Top stocks in focus today: HDFC, Bharat Forge, Dalmia Bharat, Narayana Hrudayalaya
These companies will be in focus during trade today based on recent and latest news developments.
L&T to sell up to 34.38 lakh shares, or 2% stake in L&T Infotech to achieve the minimum public shareholding.
HDFC QIP floor price set at Rs1,824.63 per share.
First State Investments bought 11.14 lakh shares, or 0.5% stake, at Rs300 each of Narayana Hrudayalaya.
IDBI Bank sold 1.50 lakh shares, or 0.6% stake, at Rs23.98 each of Punjab Alkalies and Chemicals.
Sadbhav Infrastructure Projects declared lowest bidder for Rs1,047cr NHAI order.
Bharat Forge completed stake sale in power equipment joint venture with GE.
Sona Koyo got approval to change name to JTEKT India.
BPCL may sell up to 24% in Bina Refinery in Madhya Pradesh.
Dalmia Bharat pips UltraTech to win bid for Binani Cement, as per media reports.
United Bank of India gets shareholders’ nod to issue up to Rs145cr shares to govt on preferential basis aggregating up to Rs2,634cr.
Cipla partnered with Roche Pharma India to create greater access to key medicines.
DLF’s subsidiary emerged as the highest bidder for 11.76-acre Gurugram land at Rs1,500cr.
Kridhan Infra acquired 31.5% stake in Vijay Nirman.