The bright future on the Singapore Stock Exchange traded 61.5 points or 0.37 percent below 16,508.50, which means that Dalal Street has a negative start on Friday. Here are the dozens of stocks that can be traded the most today:
Bharti Airtel: The main telecommunications company has a nearly 9 percent stake in the sustainable energy company Avaada Clean TN Project for about Rs 7.88 million in the cash agreement.
Colgate-Palmolive (India): A leading manufacturer of
oral care products has announced the appointment of former HUL Director Prabha
Narasimhan as its CEO and CEO. Current CEO and CEO Ram Raghavan has been
promoted to the role of Global Enterprise Oral Care for the parent company.
Tata Power: The electric vehicle charging infrastructure provider has teamed up with Enviro - the supply chain of the real estate development company Vatika Group - to install 59 charging points for electric cars on its land here. EV EV-Charters can be installed at 18 places in the Viatika group in the city.
Bayer CropSience: Agri-chemical player said the parent has Bayer AG signed the ultimate Cinven Professional Agreement in USD 2.6 billion.
Lupine: Rugmaker says launches the first laboratory
recommendation under the division in Kolkata. The company surrounds the
diagnostic part of December as part of their strategy to provide integrated
health care in India.
Exide Industries: The storage battery major has forged a multi-year technical collaboration with a Chinese company SVOLT Energy Technology for lithium-Ion battery manufacturing in India.
RailTel: Railway PSU jumps in 67 positions in order 124th in list 2021 of primary Indian companies. RailTel is one of the largest service providers for neutral telecommunications infrastructure in the country.
Coforge: The founder of the IT company (formerly NIIT Technologies), Hulst BV, has removed almost a 10 percent stake in the IT company for about Rs 2,560 million through open market transactions. Hulst BV sold a total of 60 million shares in combination with a 9.85% stake in the company.
Kirloskar Ferrous Industries: Manufacturer of cast iron and grey iron castings takes over majority stake in specialised seamless tube manufacturer Indian Seamless Metal Tubes for Rs 670 crore
MMTC: The state-owned mineral and mining player said it had entered into a share purchase agreement to sell its entire stake in Neelachal Ispat Nigam to Tata Steel Long Products Ltd as part of a government disinvestment. In January, the government approved the sale of NINL, which lost to Tata Steel Long Products for Rs 12,100 million.
UCO Bank: The state creditor has entered into an agreement to acquire a 3% stake in India Debt Resolution Company for Rs 1.50 million. UCO Bank became one of the stakeholders in IDRCL on March 9, 2022. The company's banking stakes will be 3 percent, so no approval is required.
Supreme Petrochem: The board of the petrochemical player has approved a phase II expansion of its expandable polystyrene (EPS) plant in Nagothane, Maharashtra, to 330,000 MTA. The capital costs of these investment schemes will be covered by the company's internal structure.
RattanIndia Enterprises: The trading and commercep players has forayed into the drone business in the country through its wholly-owned subsidiary NeoSky and expects the commercial rollout of products in the first quarter of 2023.
Aavas Financiers: Finance's United Kingdom Finance is
invested in RS 360-crore in the Social Housing Program. Investments will be
held in the form of Rupee- denominated bonds (Masala bonds) and called as a
social group of capital structures.
Shipping Corporation of India: India's life insurance sells 2% of equity-powered market transactions. LIC's shareholding in the company dropped to 6.03 per cent.
BLS-International: Visa-Outsourcing Fish says that
India visas asked that it decides to be able to maintain international flight
services from reduced future cases of covid-19.
Lasa Supergenerics: The API manufacturer has filed a standing order to limit its patent infringement, culpability, confidentiality and misuse of information and unfair trading to Bombay High Court's business division against Lohita Lifescience and others.