BSE FMCG Stocks Fly High, ITC Contributes Nearly 95% To Index Gains

Indian conglomerate headquartered in Kolkata, ITC is contributing nearly 95% to the BSE FMCG index gains in Friday’s trading session. Benchmark indices are extending their rally on the last trading day of the week.

Now about the barometer indices, NSE Nifty opened at record highs levels of 9200, while BSE Sensex opened 170 points higher in Friday’s pre-opening session. The BSE FMCG index is at 9175 level up by 192 points or 2.1%, with heavyweight stocks in the sectoral index sizzling on bourses.

Heavyweights such as ITC is up by 5.2%, Daawat is up by 2.1% and Dalmia Sugar is up by 1.%. Whereas, Godfrey Philips up by 1.9%, Dwarikesh Sugar is up by 1.6%, Vadilal India is up by 1.3%, KSCL is up by 1.2% and Heritage Foods is up 1.3%. Meanwhile some stocks like, Ruchi Soya is down by 0.3% and CCL is down by 0.2%. Among all the index constituents there are 52 advances, 6 declines and 1 unchanged scrip.

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