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CL Educate makes a poor debut, list at 20% discount to issue price

CL Educate, which owns Career Launcher, showcased a weak listing on Friday opening at just Rs 402 per share on BSE, a discount of 20.72 per cent over its issue price at Rs 502 per share.

 
 
Aurobindo Pharma, HDFC Bank, NIIT Tech and Coal India are among top 10 stocks that brokerages expect may deliver good returns in the medium to long term.
Broking firm Angel Broking expects the Sensex to hit 31,500, a 16 per cent upside from the present levels with a 12-18 month horizon.
With the markets rising 254 points at close on the Fed's decision, here are the five stocks that were in news today.
 
 
Multiplex operator PVR is looking at around 90 per cent jump in revenue to around Rs 4,000 crore in four to five years driven by expansion across the country.
As market trudges along its last leg of earning season, we have compiled five stocks that may offer returns up to 47 per cent in the coming 12 months.
Analysts believe first half of 2016 may mirror bearish trend of 2015, but benchmark indices may begin to log gains in the second half of 2016.
Positive momentum in midcaps helped the BSE midcap index wipe out entire losses seen in the morning trade and trade marginally higher.
The public issue of Parag Milk Foods consists of fresh issue of equity shares worth Rs 325 crore and an offer for sale of up to 19,850,000 equity shares.
The shares of the company closed 20 per cent up at Rs 100.80 apiece.
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