Volumes increase at the counter of Max Healthcare Institute Ltd

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Max Healthcare Institute Ltd recorded a share volume of 1053.27 lakh as of 2:19 p.m. IST on NSE, a 59.62x increase on a two-week average daily volume of 17.67 lakh shares

Edelweiss Financial Services Ltd, V-Mart Retail Ltd, IIFL Wealth Management Ltd, KEI Industries Ltd are among the other stocks to see increased volumes on NSE today, March 31, 2022.



Max Healthcare Institute Ltd recorded a volume of 1053.27 lakh shares as of 2:19 p.m. IST on NSE, a 59.62-fold increase from the two-week average daily volume of 17.67 lakh shares. The stock slipped 3.07% to 349.90 rupees. Volumes stood at 12.23 lakh shares in the last session.

Edelweiss Financial Services Ltd recorded volume of 295.3 lakh shares at 2:19 p.m. IST on NSE, a 10.03x increase from the two-week average daily volume of 29.46 lakh shares. The stock gained 16.22% to Rs.59.10. Volumes stood at 60.57 lakh shares in the last session.

V-Mart Retail Ltd recorded volume of 51,617 shares at 2:19 p.m. IST on NSE, a 5.22x increase from the two-week average daily volume of 9,893 shares. The stock gained 2.78% to reach 3,894.90 rupees. Volumes stood at 23,813 shares last session.

IIFL Wealth Management Ltd recorded a volume of 4.51 lakh shares at 2:19 p.m. IST on NSE, a 5.21-fold increase in the two-week average daily volume of 86,553 shares. The stock rose 1.33% to reach 1,690.80 rupees. Volumes stood at 40,808 shares last session.

KEI Industries Ltd recorded volume of 10.99 lakh shares at 2:19 p.m. IST on NSE, a 5.14x increase from the two-week average daily volume of 2.14 lakh shares. The stock rose 4.82% to 1,253.30 rupees. Volumes stood at 88,212 shares last session.

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