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GAIL (India) Limited announced on Tuesday that the company has launched a start-up initiative titled Pankh to identify and promote innovative ventures.
National Fertilizers stock has dipped over 6% at Rs 74 per share on BSE during morning hours on Wednesday.
Max Financial Services surged nearly 1.6% after block deal trades on the stock exchange on Wednesday. Around 6.4 lakh shares traded in two blocks on NSE at Rs 618.5 per share.
Indraprastha Gas Limited hiked the prices of Piped Natural Gas (PNG) and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) in Delhi to offset the overall impact on its operational cost after the transition to GST regime.
Vedanta is the second top gainer trading near its three-year high. The stock is in an upward trend as the copper and lead prices in the international market are also surging.
The stock of Salasar Techno Engineering locked in its upper circuit on its second day of trade as well, after a stellar debut on Tuesday.
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A host of companies from the banking and finance space, including HDFC, L&T Finance Holdings, YES Bank, Federal Bank, Bharat Financial Inclusion, Aditya Birla Money and Muthoot Capital Services will announce their Q1 results on Wednesday. Among the other firms set to declare results are Adlabs Entertainment, Agro Tech Foods, Grindwell Norton, Everest Industries, IFB Agro, HCL Infosystems, INOX Leisure, MphasiS, PVR, Shanthi Gears, Thangamayil and Uttam Galva Steels.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has asked MCX Biz Solutions and its proprietor Syed Sadaq to return the money collected from investors as the market regulator found that it has duped the investors’ through false documents, reported a national news agency on Friday.
Lupin, a pharmaceutical company, announced the successful completion of a PAI inspection (Prior Approval Inspection) carried out by the USFDA at its Goa manufacturing facility without any observations, on Friday. This inspection was started on July 17, 2017.
As an indication that India remains an attractive destination for investment, about 140 fresh foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) registered with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in April, reported a national news agency on Friday.
As per the data by National Housing Bank (NHB), home loan disbursements in 2016-17 of less than Rs 25 lakh witnessed a growth of 33%.
A host of companies will turn ex-dividend on Monday, pushing investors to buy those companies’ shares by Friday to receive the payout. Among these are Dr Reddy’s Labs (₹20/share), Grindwell Norton (₹4), Kalyani Forge (₹3), Shankara Building Products (₹2.75), Agro Tech Foods (₹2), Smartlink Network Systems (₹2), PVR (₹2), GE T&D India (₹1.80), Astek Lifesciences (₹1.50), Everest Industries (₹1), and Oricon Enterprises (₹0.
Close to two dozen companies including Accelya Kaya, Ajanta Pharma, Alembic Pharma, Agro Tech Foods, Dewan Housing, Everest Ind, IG Petrochem, ICICI Bank, Kaya, Intellect Design, Merck, KPR Mills, L&T Technology, R Systems, Sundaram Clayton, Shanthi Gears, TBZ, Vardhman Acrylics, V-Mart Retail, and Zandu Realty will announce their quarter and year-ending March 2017 financial performance on Wednesday.
Two major geo-political surprises framed the performance of global equity markets in 2016. In June, British voters voted to leave the EU, wrong-footing professional investors and throwing markets into confusion. Then, in November, US voters decided they wanted a political outsider intent on disrupting the Washington status quo as President. This unleashed a surge in the value of the US Dollar, as well as US equity markets as investors bought into the idea of "Trump reflation" turbo charging US growth.
Emami Agrotech is taking its premium edible oil brand Healthy & Tasty national, after a successful run in West Bengal and Karnataka
Larsen & Toubro Infotech, Agarwal Industrial Corporation , Dewan Housing Finance Corporation, Escorts, BEML, Yes Bank, Agro Tech Foods, Geometric, IndusInd Bank, Adani Power, Tata Steel, HPCL, BPCL, Biocon, Garware-Wall Ropes, Nahar Capital Financial Services, Insecticides India, Lumax Industries, GAIL, Tata Chemicals, Infibeam Incorporation, Minda Industries, Dhanuka Agritech and Kotak Mahindra Bank are the 25 stocks which are close to their 52-week high and should be kept an eye on, on February 27.