Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. (NS: MRTI ), a leading entity in the Indian automotive sector, experienced a modest increase in its share price on Monday. The shares rose by 0.47% to 10,586.25 Indian rupees in a trading session that proved favorable for the stock market overall. This was accompanied by a surge in the company's trading volume, which reached 21,249, exceeding its 50-day average volume of 17,143.
Despite this upward trajectory, the company's performance was somewhat subdued when compared with some of its competitors on Monday. Notably, shares of Ashok Leyland Ltd. (NS: ASOK ), another automotive player, climbed by a more substantial 2.01%, closing at 182.45 rupees.
The broader market also saw positive movement on Monday, with the S&P BSE Sensex Index, a significant indicator of the Indian stock market, rising by a marginal 0.02% to reach 66,023.69.
However, Maruti Suzuki's stock closed at 38.55 rupees below its 52-week high of 10,624.80 rupees, which it achieved on Sunday, September 18.
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