Airlines’ stocks increased by up to 12 %

Airlines’ stocks on Friday witnessed good acquiring and increased by up to 12 % on BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange ) boosted by a drop in crude oil rates.

Stocks of Jet Airways settled 11.87 per cent higher at Rs 491.55 on BSE. In intra-day sell, the scrip shot up by 13.56 % to Rs 499 a piece.

Similarly, low fare airline Spicejet’s shares increased by 10.72 % to Rs 44.40, while Kingfisher Airlines skipped 10.46 per cent to Rs 44.35 a piece

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