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Max India was last traded at Rs 380.45, up 1.39%. What`s your view on the stock?
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Price when posted : , NSE: Rs. 380.45 ( 1.39 % )

3.46 PM Nov 27th   |         |  Rated by   |   Posted via Mobile
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Price when posted : , NSE: Rs. 378.90 ( 0.97 % )

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Price when posted : BSE: Rs 378.90 ( 0.97 % ), NSE: Rs. 378.45 ( 0.85 % )

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Price when posted : , NSE: Rs. 380.05 ( 1.28 % )

11.37 AM Nov 27th   |   Posted via Mobile
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Price when posted : , NSE: Rs. 379.00 ( 0.00 % )

11.23 AM Nov 26th   |   Posted via Mobile
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Price when posted : , NSE: Rs. 380.80 ( 0.47 % )

9.47 AM Nov 26th   |   Posted via Mobile
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Price when posted : , NSE: Rs. 379.00 ( -4.79 % )

9.36 PM Nov 25th   |   Posted via Mobile
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Price when posted : BSE: Rs 375.50 ( -5.69 % ), NSE: Rs. 375.95 ( -5.55 % )

1.38 PM Nov 25th
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