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Buzzing stocks of 2022

Stocks that stayed in the news throughout the year

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Rs 8,09,989 crore
The wealth created by Adani group companies, with Adani Power giving the best returns at 200 per cent. There was not a day when Adani group stocks were not in the news: from acquiring Ambuja Cements to taking over NDTV to winning multiple projects.

Rs 21,000 crore
The IPO size of LIC, the largest ever in the Indian markets. But the stock failed to enthuse investors and listed at a discount of 9 per cent and has fallen 18.3 per cent since listing.

-72.7 per cent
Crash in the stock price of Brightcom Group. The stock had delivered a massive return of 3,996 per cent in 2021. This is the fourth time the stock has fallen more than 50 per cent in the last 10 years.

-45.1 per cent
Fall in the stock price of Wipro, its worst return in a calendar year in the last 10 years. A fall in profit in the last two quarters contributed heavily to this, apart from the sector-wide sell-off.

Rs 1,90,95 crore
Combined wealth destruction by the start-up unicorns Paytm, Nykaa, Policybazaar and Zomato. They got listed only in 2021 amid much fanfare.

15,017 crore
SBI's highest-ever quarterly net profit. After witnessing years of underperformance, India's biggest bank rose to the limelight thanks to a record interest income. As a result, SBI became one of the best-performing PSU stocks of the year.

-64.2 per cent
Crash in the stock price of Meta (Facebook). Meta had the worst year among FAANG companies (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google). Consecutive poor performance, combined with a loss-making VR/AR pursuit, hit the stock hard.

52.1 per cent
Returns generated by ITC, its highest in a calendar year in the last 10 years. From being trolled for not going anywhere, the ITC stock finally found momentum.

-27.0 per cent
Returns from Divi's Labs stock. It recorded negative calendar-year returns for the first time since 2016. Despite reaching the billion-dollar revenue mark in FY22, lack of near-term growth drivers made the market pessimistic about the company.

$44 billion
Price paid by Elon Musk to buy Twitter. As a result, the shares were delisted. Musk has been busy making drastic changes to the company, including massive lay-offs.

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