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LIC earns 1,000 percent returns by bidding on small and mid-sized shares


Mumbai: The country’s largest life insurance company and market leader LIC has earned a 1000% return by betting on small and mid-sized shares. However, the company has reduced the number of portfolio of its shares from 375 to 367.

According to available data, in the stock portfolio of LIC, which has given the highest returns in the last one year, there are mostly small and medium stocks. While the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Midcap has seen a decline of 10 per cent, the 3.9 per cent drop in its smartcap index has come so far this year. The small shares of LIC are in the portfolio of HEG, Graphite India, Lime Chemical, Bombay Dyeing, Excel Industries, Shalimar Wires, Lakshmi Automatics, Punjab Alkalise, NIIT and Sterlite Technology.

In this, Punjab Alkalice has given a return of 153%, then Bombay Dyeing has given returns of 249%. Similarly, Lime Chemical’s return was 353 percent, HEG 979 percent, Graphite India 545 percent, Shalimar Vires 228 percent, NIIT Technologies gave a return of 102 percent.

In mid-2017, mid-caps and small-caps had given a good return, but this year there has been a lot of pressure in this year, because of the loyalty valuation, rising prices of crude oil and falling rupee against the dollar in comparison to the dollar. Since the last 12 months, some stocks have seen considerable decline. Some stocks have also seen a decline due to profit recovery.

Market closed on the last day of the week

Sensex ends down

Mumbai: On the last day of the week, the market continued to sell. The Nifty slipped below 10,600 while the Sensex has also dropped 300 points. Sensex and Nifty closed with a weakness of about 1 per cent.

BSE’s 30-share index Sensex fell 301 points, or 0.9 per cent, to close at 34,848 level. NSE’s 50-share index Nifty closed 86 points i.e. 0.8 percent and closed at 10,596.4.

Mid-cap and smallcap stocks have seen strong sales. BSE’s mid-cap index has fallen 1.5 percent, while the mid-cap index of the Nifty has dropped 1.4 percent. BSE’s smallcap index closed 1.6 percent lower.

Metal, pharma, auto, banking, realty, capital goods, power and oil and gas stocks saw the pressure of selling. Bank Nifty closed at 0.75 per cent down at 25,876 level. However, today FMCG shares have seen purchases.
In the giants, Cipla, Wipro, ICICI Bank, Indiabulls Housing, Tata Motors, Sun Pharma and L & T were down by 3.7-3.1 per cent. However, Bajaj Finance, Bajaj Finserv, Tech Mahindra, HUL, Kotak Mahindra Bank, IndusInd Bank, ITC and Hero Moto have climbed 4-0.3 per cent in the giants. Strides ruled in smallcap stocks, SRF, Merck Electronics, Sequet Scientific and Eptech have broken down to 23-9.1 percent. However, Lipsa James, Time Techno, Dhampur Sugar, Ucal Fuel and Soril Infra have climbed up to 8.7-5 per cent in smallcap stocks.
In mid-cap stocks, Wockhardt, Nalco, Amara Raja, Adani Power and Reliance Power have slipped down to 6.6-5.1 per cent. However, mid-cap stocks have ended up with the rise of Endurance Tech, Colgate, United Breweries, Central Bank and Biocon to 4.9-1.4 per cent.

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