Stocks in the news today are Vedanta, Paytm, Maruti Suzuki, and many more. Nifty futures traded 75.5 points, or 0.43 percent, lower at 17,370.50,
- Vedanta: Twin Star Holdings and Vedanta Netherlands Investments BV, the advertiser organizations of Vedanta, will buy around 170 million offers at a proposition cost of Rs 350 for every offer, which is at a higher cost than expected of 6.6 percent to the last close cost of Rs 328.35 each.
- Latent View Analytics: The organization whose Rs 600-crore starting public deal (IPO) pulled in a record multiple times offers, will make its market debut on Tuesday. The IPO, which was sold from November 10 to November 12, had gotten membership for 572.18 crore shares worth Rs 1.12 lakh crore. This was in excess of multiple times the interest for India’s biggest ever IPO from Paytm.
- Bharti Airtel: The organization added 2.74 lakh portable endorsers in September even as bigger opponent Reliance Jio lost 1.9 crore clients and Vodafone Idea lost 10.77 lakh supporters during the month, as per information delivered by telecom controller TRAI.
- Punjab National Bank: The bank said there had been no break of its frameworks or pilferage of individual information of clients and record holders. The state-run loan specialist, in an assertion, said it had completely checked its frameworks and that the announced endeavor of the culprit was observed and checked.
- Maruti Suzuki: Appellate tribunal NCLAT on Monday remained the Rs 200 crore punishment forced by the Competition Commission on Maruti Suzuki yet guided the vehicle creator to store 10% of the aggregate sum inside three weeks.
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