New Delhi:

Benchmark indices Nifty and Sensex touched new highs on July 3, with the BSE Sensex crossing 80,000-mark and the NSE Nifty 50 crossing 24,300-mark. Earlier, on December 11, 2023, last year, the S&P BSE Sensex crossed 70,000-mark.

The Sensex took just 139 trading sessions to gain 10,000 points to hit the 80,000-mark. As the index touched its all-time high, the market capitalisation of 30 constituents of the Sensex rose 15 per cent to Rs 156.7 lakh crore on July 3.

Below are the biggest gainers from the latest 10,000-point rally in the 30-stock index:

Mahindra and Mahindra

Mahindra and Mahindra emerged as the biggest gainers ahead of the Sensex hitting the 80,000-mark. Shares of the auto company surged 74 per cent from Rs 1,652.2 apiece on the BSE on December 11 to close at Rs 2,881.35 apiece on July 3, as the benchmark index touched a new all-time high.

The stock is currently trading at Rs 2,912.8 per piece, up 1.22 percent on the BSE.

Power Grid Corp of India Ltd

Public sector firm Power Grid Corp emerged as the second biggest gainer on the Sensex. The stock surged nearly 46 per cent from Rs 230.95 apiece on December 11 to close at Rs 336.5 apiece on July 4. The Maharatna company currently has a market capitalisation of Rs 3.13 crore as of July 4.

On July 4 at 11:17 am, the stock was trading flat at Rs 336.25 per piece, up 0.25 percent.

Adani Ports

Adani Ports emerged as the third biggest gainer in the 10,000-point rally of the benchmark indices. Shares of the Adani Group company surged 44 per cent from Rs 1,031.4 per share on December 11 to Rs 1,510.75 per share on the BSE on July 3. Shares of Adani Ports were trading flat at Rs 1,504.9, down 0.39 per cent, at 11:17 am on July 4.

Bharti Airtel Ltd

Telecom giant Bharti Airtel emerged as the fourth-biggest gainer on the Sensex in the 139-day period. The shares surged nearly 42 per cent to close at Rs 1,420.35 apiece on July 3, compared with Rs 1,000.65 apiece on December 11.

Shares of the telecom major were trading flat at Rs 1,415.05 apiece on the BSE at 11:17 am, down 0.37 percent.

Tata engines

The Tata Group company was the fifth biggest gainer in the 10,000-point rally in benchmark indices.

The stock rose over 35 percent in 139 trading sessions, from a closing price of Rs 720.75 apiece on December 11 to a closing price of Rs 975.65 on July 3.

Shares of the auto company were currently trading at Rs 986 apiece on the BSE at 11:17 am on July 3, up 1.06 percent.

Here is a look at which stocks were the biggest losers in the Sensex’s 10,000-point journey:

Asian paint

Asian Paints emerged as the top drag in the 139 sessions during which the Sensex touched the 80,000-mark. The stock fell over 9 per cent to close at Rs 2,925.25 per share on July 3, compared with Rs 3,233.15 per share on December 11. The stock is currently trading at Rs 2,956.3 per share on the BSE, up 1.06 per cent as at 11:17 am on July 3.

Titan

Titan became the second biggest loser in the nearly six-month period of the benchmark index’s rise. The stock closed at Rs 3,360.9 per share on July 3, down over 7 percent from its December 11 price of Rs 3,630.9 per share on December 11.

The stock was trading flat at Rs 3,344.95 per share at 11:17 am, down 0.47 percent.

Bajaj Finserv

Bajaj Finserv was the third biggest loser in the 10,000-point rally in the benchmark indices. The stock closed at Rs1,594.6 per piece on July 3, down over 6 percent from its price of Rs1,702.95 per piece on December 11.

Shares of Bajaj Finserv were trading flat at Rs 1,598.8 per share at 11:17 am on the BSE, up 0.26 percent.

ITC

Diversified FMCG company ITC was the fourth biggest loser in the Sensex’s latest 10,000-point rally. The stock fell over 5 per cent from Rs 452.3 per share on the BSE on December 11 to Rs 428.45 per share on July 3.

At 11:17 am, ITC shares were trading at Rs 430.7 per share on the BSE, up 0.53 percent.

IndusInd Bank

Shares of IndusInd Bank closed at Rs 1,455.55 per piece on July 3. The bank’s stock is down over 4 per cent during the period under review, compared to its price of Rs 1,521.5 per piece on December 11, 2023.

On July 4 at 11:17 am, the stock was trading at Rs 1,440.4 per share, down 1.04 percent.