HUL stock hit a new 52 weeks high today

Global FMCG major Unilever said its growth in India has been hit by slowing market and the lockdown that led to a halt in production, shipping activities
HUL, India's largest FMCG company

HUL hit a new 52 weeks high of 2,414.40 and is currently trading with more than 10% or 234.5 points gain at 2,388.60.Bank Nifty gained nearly 10% on positive global clues.

Indian market is trading higher after yesterday’s holiday.The NSE Nifty soared 589.75 points, or 7.30 per cent, to 8673.55. Similarly BSE Sensex and Bank Nifty are trading 7-9 per cent higher.

Hindustan Unilever Limited(HUL) is a India’s largest FMCG company and with today’s rally company’s market capital is also zoomed above 5 lakh crores at 517094.68 crores.

Banking stocks are trading considerably higher in todays’ trade .IndusInd ,Axis and ICICI bank have rallied 12-19 per cent.Only Bandhan bank in Bank Nifty is trading lower.



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