The BSE Sensex plummeted 388.20 points or 0.66% to close at 58,576.37. During the day, the benchmark plunged 666 points or 1.12% to 58,298.57. The NSE Nifty closed 144.65 or 0.82% lower at 17,530.30.

On the sectoral front, except the bank, all other sectors including metal, realty, IT, capital goods and oil & gas closed 1%-3% down. BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices closed over a per cent each.

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Here are the key stocks that moved most on April 12, 2021:

Adani Green: The share surged 5.06% to close at Rs 2,800 after total operational capacity increased by 56% YoY to 5,410 MW. The sale of energy increased by 84% YoY to 2,971 m units.  

Escorts: The tractor maker’s stock closed 3.99% lower at Rs 1,539.90 after investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala sold a 3.57% stake in Escorts in an open offer on April 11.

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Tata Motors: The auto major’s stock slipped 3.11% to Rs 438.00 after Tata Motors reported a weak wholesale number for Q4FY22. Tata Motors Group’s global wholesale in Q4FY22, including Jaguar Land Rover, were at 3,34,884, higher by 2%, as compared to Q4FY21.

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GM Breweries: The share closed 4.60% down at Rs 677.85 after reporting an 11.6% fall in its Q4 net profit at Rs 40.1 crore against Rs 45.3 crore share, though revenue grew 11% at Rs 142 against Rs 127.7 crore. EBITDA slipped 16% to Rs 23.1 crore from 27.5 crores and margin at 16.2% as compared to 21.5% in the corresponding quarter previous year.

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Delta Corp Limited: The share closed 1.60% down at Rs 317.30 after the company reported weak quarterly earnings. The gaming and casino company’s Q4 net profit fell 16.7% to Rs 48.1 crore as against Rs 57.8 crore in the corresponding quarter last year. Revenue grew 3.3% YoY at Rs 218.3 crore versus Rs 211.3 crore. EBITDA was down 12.8% at Rs 69 crore as compared to Rs 79.2 crore and margin at 31.6% as compared to 37.5% in the same period last year.