Around 8.20 a.m., Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange were down 220 points at 16,342, signalling a gap-down start for Friday's main benchmarks.
The following are the top stocks to keep an eye on in today's session:
CarTrade Tech's stock will be listed on stock exchanges. The company's first public offering (IPO) received a significant reaction from investors, with a 20-fold subscription rate. The final issuance price per share is Rs 1,618.
India's largest private sector lender said it raised $1 billion from global investors in its first AT1 bond sale at a competitive price, easing concerns about the capital-raising tool for Indian institutions.
On Thursday, the corporation announced that it had paid its licence fee dues for the first quarter of 2021-22. The remark was made in response to a news that the troubled telco, which is trying to stay afloat, was Rs 150 crore short on licence fee payment for the June quarter.
Through open market transactions, the Singapore government and the Monetary Authority of Singapore purchased shares in AAVAS Financiers Ltd valued approximately Rs 782 crore on Wednesday. Lake District Holdings, the firm's promoter, sold 49.54 lakh shares for around Rs 1,215 crore in a separate transaction.
The company paid Rs 518.21 crore for a 9.16 percent stake in Grofers India and Rs 222.83 crore for an 8.94 percent stake in Hands-on Trades.
A review petition on the adjusted gross revenue (AGR) issue has been filed with the Supreme Court by the telecom giant. The company has requested that arithmetical errors in AGR calculations be corrected.
Ujjivan Small Finance Bank's MD and CEO Nitin Chugh has resigned, and his term at the bank will conclude on September 30. According to Ujjivan SFB, Chugh's resignation is for personal reasons, as he said in his resignation letter, and there are no material reasons for his resignation.
The Jalan Kalrock consortium's resolution plan, which was accepted by the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) in June, has been contested by Jet Airways cabin crew and ground workers, who are concerned about pending salaries and retirement benefits.
HCL Technologies has chosen Fabiano Funari as the country head for Brazil, with the goal of accelerating the company's expansion in the Latin American market.
Lalit Kumar Chandel, Economic Adviser, Department of Financial Services, has been appointed to the Bank of Maharashtra's board of directors. Hrisheekesh Arvind Modak was succeeded by Chandel.
Hindustan Zinc, a Vedanta group firm, stated that its dividend policy has not changed and that it will continue to do so. The announcement comes a day after the company postponed a board meeting that was scheduled to discuss the interim dividend for FY22.
: Promoters plan to sell 61,89,737 equity shares in the company through an offer for sale issue on August 20 and August 23.
Source: Business Standard
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