6 FMCG stocks touch their 52-week high, gaining up to 35% in a month

During Thursday’s trading session, the benchmark index Sensex rose around 385 points, closing at 66,265. Within this upward trend, six stocks from the BSE FMCG index reached their highest prices in the last 52 weeks. The 52-week high holds significant significance for specific traders and investors, as it functions as a vital technical indicator for evaluating a stock’s current value and anticipating potential price changes. This value represents the peak price at which a stock was traded in the preceding year.

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