Foxconn, a major Apple Inc supplier, also on Tuesday reported record-breaking September sales.
BPCL has a market capitalisation of Rs 67,301 crore, which is in the refining of crude oil and marketing of petroleum products.
Blackstone raised USD 325 million (Rs 2,650 crore) by selling 7.7 crore shares/units in the REIT to institutional investors through block deals at Rs 345 per share
According to bulk deal data available with BSE, SmallCap World Fund Inc purchased 5,49,676 shares of the company, amounting to a 1.82 per cent stake in the firm.
The Securities Issue Committee of the Board, at its meeting held on Sunday, approved the rights issue.
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At the end of Tuesday's trading session, the market capitalisation of Coal India stood at Rs 1,42,543.91 crore.
The shares were acquired at an average price of Rs 2,290 apiece, taking the transaction value to Rs 215.61 crore. Shares of ACC settled 0.43 per cent lower at Rs 2,286.50 on NSE.
The company had posted a net profit of Rs 3,169.86 crore in the year-ago period, Coal India Ltd (CIL) said in a BSE filing. Its revenue from operations during the April-June period increased to Rs 35,092.17 crore from Rs 25,282.75 crore a year ago
Musk disclosed in series of regulatory filings that he unloaded about 8 million shares of his company Tesla Inc. in recent days.
Those who picked up the shares of the Mumbai-based home appliances company were Copthall Mauritius Investment Ltd and Ghisallo Master Fund LP.
The company also announced a slew of moves including appointing Blake Jorgensen as Paypal's new chief financial officer and a new $15 billion repurchase program. Blake, who takes over the role on Wednesday, joins PayPal from Electronic Arts.
The stock had jumped 5.75 per cent to Rs 15.80 during the day on the BSE. Later, it settled at Rs 15.19 apiece, up 1.67 per cent.
Shares of vaccine producers, antiviral drug makers and protective equipment manufacturers are in demand as investors tap a strategy that delivered gains during the coronavirus pandemic.
The stock was down more than 3 percent at 0751 GMT, the third-worst performer on France’s blue chip index, despite the group reporting second-quarter results in line with analyst forecasts.
Shares rose 3 percent in premarket trading as the carrier’s results marked a bright spot in the U.S. telecom market in which Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T Inc cautioned that subscribers were feeling the heat of rising cost of living.
The stock advanced 2.67 per cent to settle at Rs 1,797.20 apiece on the BSE. During the day, it jumped 3.91 per cent to Rs 1,819.
Shares of rivals including Target and Amazon.com also tanked after Walmart's warning, which signaled a "proverbial train wreck" for retailers, Burt Flickinger, managing director at Strategic Resource Group, said.
It was alleged that Chartered Capital and Investment Ltd (CCIL) had violated the norms with respect to the buyback of shares of Mazda Ltd.
Details about HDFC’s loan exposure to Ansal were not provided. Details about HDFC’s loan exposure to Ansal were not provided.
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Wall Street has been assessing the latest government reports showing that inflation remains hot and shows no signs of cooling, even as central banks try to loosen its grip on businesses and consumers by hiking interest rates.
The stock fell 1.11 percent to settle at Rs 917.75 apiece after a muted start on the BSE. During the day, it dipped 2.46 percent to its 52-week low of Rs 905.20.
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Underlining the global nature of the inflation problem, central banks in Canada and New Zealand are expected to tighten further this week.