Volumes jump at the counter of SBI Life Insurance Company Ltd

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SBI Life Insurance Company Ltd recorded volume of 6.08 lakh shares at 10:47 a.m. IST on BSE, a 43.27-fold increase on a two-week average daily volume of 14,059 shares

ICICI Bank Ltd, Cipla Ltd, Page Industries Ltd, Shree Cement Ltd are among the other stocks to see increased volumes on BSE today, July 18, 2022.

SBI Life Insurance Company Ltd recorded volume of 6.08 lakh shares at 10:47 a.m. IST on BSE, a 43.27-fold increase in the two-week average daily volume of 14,059 shares. The stock rose 0.72% to 1,161.50 rupees. Volumes stood at 22,555 shares last session.

ICICI Bank Ltd recorded volume of 72.52 lakh shares at 10:47 a.m. IST on BSE, a 41.46x increase from the two-week average daily volume of 1.75 lakh shares. The title gained 1.22% to Rs.760.30. Volumes stood at 72,762 shares last session.

Cipla Ltd recorded volume of 6.68 lakh shares at 10:47 am IST on BSE, a 31.45x increase from the two-week average daily volume of 21,229 shares. The title gained 0.05% to Rs.966.45. Volumes stood at 16,540 shares last session.

Page Industries Ltd saw volume of 7,340 shares at 10:47 a.m. IST on BSE, a 31.01x increase from the two-week average daily volume of 237 shares. The stock gained 0.20% to 44,500.00 rupees. Volumes stood at 208 shares last session.

Shree Cement Ltd recorded volume of 15,156 shares at 10:47 a.m. IST on BSE, a 30.61x increase from the two-week average daily volume of 495 shares. The stock gained 1.48% to 20,020.35 rupees. Volumes stood at 435 shares last session.

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