Volumes soar at the counter of India Tourism Development Corporation Ltd



India Tourism Development Corporation Ltd recorded volume of 40,073 shares at 10:48 a.m. IST on BSE, a 6.54x increase from the two-week average daily volume of 6,127 shares

Varun Beverages Ltd, ABB India Ltd, Rain Industries Ltd, Sonata Software Ltd are among the other stocks to see increased volumes on BSE today, 05 May 2022.

India Tourism Development Corporation Ltd recorded volume of 40,073 shares at 10:48 a.m. IST on BSE, a 6.54x increase from the two-week average daily volume of 6,127 shares. The stock gained 1.94% to 368.45 rupees. Volumes stood at 34,875 shares last session.

Varun Beverages Ltd recorded volume of 22.43 lakh shares at 10:48 a.m. IST on BSE, a 6.09-fold increase from the two-week average daily volume of 3.68 lakh shares. The stock slipped 0.16% to 1,089.50 rupees. Volumes stood at 3.14 lakh shares in the last session.

ABB India Ltd recorded volume of 28,789 shares at 10:48 a.m. IST on BSE, a 5.87x increase from the two-week average daily volume of 4,905 shares. The stock gained 9.12% to reach 2,197.50 rupees. Volumes stood at 5224 shares last session.

Rain Industries Ltd recorded volume of 3.77 lakh shares at 10:48 a.m. IST on BSE, a 2.51-fold increase from the two-week average daily volume of 1.50 lakh shares. The stock rose 1.54% to 178.10 rupees. Volumes stood at 3.23 lakh shares in the last session.

Sonata Software Ltd saw volume of 16,123 shares at 10:48 a.m. IST on BSE, a 2.3x increase from the two-week average daily volume of 6,997 shares. The title lost 3.59% to 690.55 rupees. Volumes stood at 6633 shares last session.

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