Top stocks in focus today: Fortis, Uttam Galva, RCom, HDFC
These companies will be in focus during trade today based on recent and latest news developments.
USFDA conducts inspection at Cipla’s Indore facility.
Uttam Galva Steel has offered to repay all its debt to State Bank of India, if its main lender agrees to keep the company away from National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) for a resolution. The company has a total debt of Rs5,654cr, as per media reports.
RCom says NCLAT to hear tower sale appeal on tower sale on April 18.
WS Industries proposes a one-time settlement with SBI and discussed settlement with Edelweiss Arc among others.
Sobha will invest Rs500cr for residential project in GIFT City, Gujarat.
Bajaj Electricals wins orders worth Rs3,577.93cr as part of govt’s Saubhagya Yojna
Sterlite Technologies board to consider raising funds through issue of securities on April 25.
Omkar Specialty Chemicals says Bank of Baroda classified its loan account as NPA.
Blue Star signs up with Sands International and its partners for distribution of products in Saudi Arabia.
Goa Carbon resumes operations at Orissa plant which was shut for maintenance.
Adani Ports signs long term regasification pact with Indian Oil for Dhamra LNG Terminal.
Fortis board to meet on April 19 to consider various offers received.
HDFC says AMC units FY18 total revenue up 18% (YoY) to Rs1,867cr, net profit up 31% to Rs721cr.
Amtek Auto says submitted resolution plan with NCLT.