Share Market News Aaj Ka Share News: Shares that will split investors in 2020 – The biggest asset maker of 2020 stocks that turns 10,000 into Rs 1,30,000

About 200 stocks from various sectors have returned more than 100 per cent this year. This includes many fifty-five stocks. The stock market crashed in March due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, but it has gained record momentum since then. The calendar year 2020 has seen double-digit growth in both the Sensex and the Nifty. Let’s take a look at stocks that have given bumper returns to investors this year.

Biophil Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals

Biophil Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals top the list. This year the stock has returned 1207%. On December 31 last year, the share price was Rs 17.06, which has risen to Rs 222.95 on December 23. This means that if your investment was Rs 10,000 in December last year and today it will be worth more than Rs 1.30 lakh.

Adani Lili Energy Rja

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Tanla Platforms (55% return), Hathway Bhavani Cabletel and Datacom (7૨7% return), Alok Industries (606% return), Adani Green Energy (7૨7% return) and Makers Laboratories (7૨7) are among the stocks that have given big returns to investors this year. Included. Percentage Return) Tanla Platform ranks second in terms of highest returns in 2020.

Shares of Alok Industries started gaining momentum this year after joining Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries.

280 to 525 percent increase

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Shares of Bharat Immunological and Biological, Shukra Upaya, Vardhman Polytex, AGC Networks, Standard Battery, Aarti Drugs, Subex, Laurus Labs, Gujarat Themis Biosin, Mangalam Drugs, CG Power have risen 280% since December 31 last year. It has risen to 525 percent. The BSE Sensex has risen about 13% from 31 December last year to 23 December this year.

Shares of the Sensex

In the Sensex, D Red Reddy’s Labs gained 4%. It is followed by Infosys (up to 1%), HCL Technologies (up 5%), Asian Paints (up 48%) and TCS (up 34%). IndusInd Bank, ONGC, Axis Bank and SBI were the biggest losers. It has dropped more than 21 percent this year.

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