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NTPC, Info Edge among top 5 stocks that hogged limelight on Dalal Street today

Shares of Ujjivan Financial Services  settled the day 3.32 per cent down on BSE after the Reserve Bank of India put the microfinance company on the list where foreign investment is barred, thus restricting overseas investors from buying further equity in the company.

BT Online   New Delhi     Last Updated: June 16, 2016  | 16:05 IST
Top 5 stocks hogging limelight on D-Street

The S&P BSE Sensex on Thursday pared some losses to settle the day 200 points lower, while the broader Nifty50 managed to hold above its key 8,100-mark.

The headline indices slipped tracking negative trend seen in Asian markets after US Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan kept their respective monetary policies steady.

Key stocks that buzzed in today's trade:

1)NTPC:
Shares of NTPC slumped 1.53 per cent on BSE even after the company announced incorporation of a joint venture with Coal India Hindustan Urvarak and Rasayn Ltd to revive Gorakhpur and Sindri plants of Fertilizer Corporation of India.

2)Aegis Logistics: Shares of Aegis Logistics declined 1.98 per cent on BSE after Foreign fund house Credit Suisse sold Aegis Logistics shares worth Rs 40 crore. According to bulk deal data, it sold 16.75 lakh shares each on the BSE and the NSE at an average price of Rs 119.

3)Info Edge (India): Shares of Info Edge  settled the day 1.67 per cent down on BSE even after the company has invested an amount of Rs.30 million through convertible preference shares for acquiring 11.5 per cent stake, on fully converted & diluted basis, in a company known as Vcare Technologies Pvt Ltd.

4)Zensar Technologies:
Shares of Zensar Technologies closed the day 1.02 per cent up on BSE even after the company announced a multi-million multi-year Managed Services Deal with John Lewis, UK's largest department store retailer. Zensar has been partnering John Lewis through its business transformation process with next gen applications management solutions for many years now.

5)Ujjivan Financial Services: Shares of Ujjivan Financial Services settled the day 3.32 per cent down on BSE after the Reserve Bank of India put the microfinance company on the list where foreign investment is barred, thus restricting overseas investors from buying further equity in the company.

 

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