Stocks in the news today are BSE, RIL, NTPC, Federal Bank, DMart, and ZEEL.
Nifty traded 10.5 points, or 0.06 % higher merely at 17,540.50.
- BSE: the stock exchange is prepared with its latest technology in order to introduce EGRs that are electronic gold receipts on their platform. This will assist in the creation of the uniform structure of the price of metal yellow around the country.
- RIL: Oil led by Mukesh Ambani, retail conglomerate and telecom in the UAE has incorporated a subsidiary for trading in agricultural commodities, crude oil, and petroleum products.
- NTPC: the power giant state-run has created a divestment plan of Rs 15000 crore that involves its arm’s listing Vidyut NTPC Vyapar Nigam, Renewable NTPC energy, and Electric Power North Eastern Corporation.
- Federal Bank: the lender of the private sector told that it has posted a growth of 10 % at Rs 1,37,309 crore in advances for the 2nd quarter that is ended by September 30.
- DMart: the operator and owner of the D-mart retail chain have reported an increase of 46.6 % in their revenue of standalone at Rs 7,649.64 crore from operations for the 2nd quarter that is ended around September 2021.
- ZEEL: the media major proclaimed about its moving of Bombay High Court against Invesco, minority shareholder’s requisition, and Global OBI China Fund for holding an EGM.
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