Top 5 Mid Cap Stocks that Mutual Funds Bought and Sold in February

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Top 5 Mid Cap Stocks that Mutual Funds Bought and Sold in February
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By Aditya Raghunath

Investing.com -- Yesterday, Investing.com took a look at stocks that mutual funds in India bought and sold in February 2021. Here’s a look at mid-cap stocks that were in demand versus those that were unloaded by mutual funds in February.

Top 5 Buys

  1. L&T (NS: LART ) Finance Holdings Ltd (NS: LTFH )

Price on February 26: Rs 104.9

Price on March 16: Rs 105.8

Percentage Difference: Up 0.85%

  1. Steel Authority of India Ltd. (NS: SAIL )

Price on February 26: Rs 76.55

Price on March 16: Rs 74.85

Percentage Difference: Down 2.22%

  1. Shriram Transport Finance Co. Ltd. (NS: SRTR )

Price on February 26: Rs 1,282.95

Price on March 16: Rs 1,323

Percentage Difference: Up 3.12%

  1. IRCTC (NS: INIR )

Price on February 26: Rs 1,759.65

Price on March 16: Rs 1,901

Percentage Difference: Up 8.03%

  1. GMR Infrastructure Ltd (NS: GMRI )

Price on February 26: Rs 26.05

Price on March 16: Rs 26.80

Percentage Difference: Down 2.88%

Top 5 Sells

  1. Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. (NS: ZEE )

Price on February 26: Rs 201

Price on March 16: Rs 210.4

Percentage Difference: Up 4.67%

2. New India Assurance Company Ltd (NS: THEE )

Price on February 26: Rs 153.65

Price on March 16: Rs 170.7

Percentage Difference: Up 11%

  1. Sun TV Network Ltd (NS: SUTV )

Price on February 26: Rs 493.2

Price on March 16: Rs 477

Percentage Difference: Down 3.28%

4. Nippon Life India Asset Management Ltd (NS: NIPF )

Price on February 26: Rs 329.8

Price on March 16: Rs 335

Percentage Difference: Up 1.57%

  1. Dixon Technologies (India) Ltd (NS: DIXO )

Price on February 26: Rs 19.848.9

Price on March 16: Rs 20,760

Percentage Difference: Up 4.59%

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