Top 16 stocks in focus today: Sun Pharma, HUL, Ashok Leyland, MMTC
Ashok Leyland stake in Optare Plc increases to 98.31% from 75.11% post conversion of loan into equity.
Hindustan Unilever to lower prices of some products on GST cut.
Sun Pharmaceutical to recall Riomet drug due to microbial contamination.
Adani stocks in focus as Labor party closes in on majority in Queensland, as per media reports.
MMTC seeks bids from suppliers to import 2,000 ton onions.
Autoline Industries says unit of the co received environmental clearance for its township project in Pune.
Great Eastern Shipping says GDR delisted from Euro MTF Market of Luxembourg stock exchange.
Satin Creditcare to raise fund from promoter, Nordic Microfinance, Kora Investment and IndusInd Bank by way of issue of convertible warrants, equity and convertible preference shares.
Quess Corp to acquire 51% stake in Trimax Smart Infraprojects.
RIL completes sale of U.S. Shale assets for $126 million. It may also look at paring stake in its other 2 shale gas assets, as per media reports.
Rain Industries’ subsidiary Rain Carbon looks to issue new credit facility to refinance 2021 bonds.
Schneider has entered into exclusive negotiations with Larsen & Toubro to buy their Electrical and Automation unit, as per media reports.
Dalmia submits binding bids for insolvent Murli Industries, as per media reports.
GPT Infraprojects Ltd. subsidiary wins arbitration against NHAI. Unit gets award for Rs62cr.
Bank of Baroda is planning to focus on supply chain financing, where it will provide loans to micro, small and medium enterprises associated with large corporates based on credit rating of the latter.
Bharti Airtel bid to acquire 40 mn customers of loss-making Tata Teleservices through a merger may hit a regulatory hurdle, as per media reports.