Stocks in the news today are HDFC, Airtel, TCS, and many more. Nifty futures traded 110 points, or 0.63 percent, lower at 17,467.50.
- HDFC: Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) Ltd on Thursday said it will raise up to Rs 10,000 crore by giving bonds on a private situation premise to increase its drawn out capital.
- Bharti Airtel: Fitch Ratings has insisted Bharti Airtel’s drawn out unfamiliar money Issuer Default Rating (IDR) and senior unstable rating at ‘BBB-‘. The attitude toward the IDR is negative, Fitch Ratings said in an assertion.
- Tarsons Products: The stock will make its market debut on Friday. Tarson Products shares were exchanging at a higher cost than normal of Rs 175-180 on Thursday, a 27 percent premium over the upper finish of IPO value band.
- TCS: Country’s biggest programming exporter TCS said it has won a multi-year bargain from metal and mining organization South32. Without sharing the arrangement size, the Tata group organization said the arrangement includes smoothing out and improving South32’s IT working model for more prominent versatility and readiness, according to an authority explanation.
- Adani Enterprises: The development of the second air terminal in India’s business capital is at long last coming to fruition with the Adani Airport Holdings preparing financing of up to Rs 15,000 crore from the State Bank of India for the proposed air terminal in Navi Mumbai.
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