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Buzzing stocks: YES Bank, Vodafone Idea, SBI, Dish TV

YES Bank (Rs 199.86 crore) was leading the pack of most active stocks in value terms.

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Updated: Dec 12, 2019, 09.36 AM IST
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YES Bank (Rs 199.86 crore) was also leading the pack of most active stocks in value terms.
NEW DELHI: YES Bank with over 4.58 crore shares changing hands was leading among the most traded stocks on NSE on Thursday.

Shares of Vodafone Idea (number of shares traded: 2.38 crore) , Dish TV India (number of shares traded: 1.05 crore) , Ballarpur Inds. (number of shares traded: 0.92 crore) , GTL Infra (number of shares traded: 0.54 crore) , JP Power (number of shares traded: 0.54 crore) , Tata Motors (number of shares traded: 0.46 crore) , SBI (number of shares traded: 0.42 crore) , Indiabulls Housing Finance (number of shares traded: 0.33 crore) and PC Jeweller (number of shares traded: 0.29 crore) also featured among the most traded stocks on the NSE.

YES Bank (Rs 199.86 crore) was also leading the pack of most active stocks in value terms.

It was followed by SBI (Rs 134.39 crore) , Indiabulls Housing Finance (Rs 87.89 crore) , HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd. (Rs 77.24 crore) , Tata Motors (Rs 76.75 crore) , HDFC (Rs 68.26 crore) , Ujjivan Financial Services Ltd. (Rs 61.59 crore) , RIL (Rs 57.45 crore) , DLF (Rs 56.91 crore) and TCS (Rs 55.92 crore)

The NSE Nifty index was trading 38.35 points up at 11,948.50, while BSE Sensex was up 133.68 points at 40,546.25 around 09:30 am.

In the Nifty index, Tata Motors (up 2.41 per cent) , Cipla (up 2.12 per cent) , UPL (up 2.12 per cent) , Tata Steel (up 1.68 per cent) and Vedanta (up 1.44 per cent) stood among top gainers.

While Oil And Natural Gas Corporation (down 1.17 per cent) , Zee Entertainment Enterprises (down 1.01 per cent) , Bharti Airtel (down 0.59 per cent) , Bharti Infratel (down 0.47 per cent) and Housing Development Finance Corporation (down 0.40 per cent) were the top losers in the index.
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