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In a dull broader market, shares of M&M soared 3.48 per cent to touch an early high of Rs 779.40 on BSE. The counter was also the most sought after for investors.

 
 

Shares of the firm bounced back after the company said it has sufficient liquidity for disbursals and bank repayments.

The bank had on Wednesday announced that it had bought the investment banking and other businesses of Enam Securities for Rs 2,063 crore in an all-stock deal.
Mahindra Satyam tanks by nearly 14 per cent to its lowest level in almost 17 months in early trade on the BSE.
Shares of the state-owned lender plunged 1.8 per cent to Rs 3,117.50 on the BSE. Similarly, the scrip was trading 1.83 per cent lower at Rs 3,117.95 on NSE.
Boosted by the robust second quarter numbers, shares of Tata Motors surged 6.25 per cent to an all-time peak of Rs 1,350 in the start of the trade on BSE.
Reacting to the September quarter numbers, shares of the country's largest lender slipped by 4.9 per cent.
 
 
The CAG accuses RCom of not revealing a partner firm's 9.9 per cent stake in Swan Telecom.
DLF share declined 3.23 per cent to a month-low of Rs 335.25 on BSE. In a similar fashion, it fell 3.24 per cent, at Rs 335.20, on the National Stock Exchange.
Reacting to the lower-than-expected September quarter numbers, shares of the telecom giant declined 1.43 per cent to touch an early low of Rs 329.25 on the BSE.
Forex dealers said that the dollar's gain overseas weighed down the rupee sentiment.
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