6:00 PM Mumbai – Bank of India is planning to raise nearly $1.5 billion. GAIL reduced its stake in Dahej, Gujarat based petrochemical project controlled by ONGC. Net 4 India net swung to a loss. TCS lowered its quarterly outlook.
The Sensex Index fell 37.69 to close at 25,190.48 The CNX Nifty slid 8.55 to 7,533.55.
Gainers & Losers
Bank of India
slid slightly lower to Rs 289.40 after the bank seek shareholder approval to raise Rs 4,000 crore through an institutional offering.
The bank also plans to raise an additional Rs 5,745 crore through a debenture offering.
Central Bank of India
gained 1.4% to Rs 77.55 and the bank fixed issue price of Rs 81.83 per share for preferential allotment of shares to Life Insurance Corporation.
GAIL (India) Limited
jumped 3.9% to Rs 433.25 after the gas utility provider will reduced its equity stake in ONGC''s mega petrochemical project at Dahej to 11.6%.
Nitesh Estates Limited
climbed 4.9% to Rs 17.20 after the real estate developer signed agreement to development of a gated community with 440 units in an area of 12 acres.
Net 4 India Ltd
declined 4.9% to Rs 6.03 after the company reported fourth-quarter net swung to a loss of Rs 85.57 crore compared to net profit of Rs 3.19 crore and sales declined 67.7% to Rs 30.20 crore.
Tata Consultancy Services Limited
jumped 2.4% to Rs 2,268.55 after the company lowered the operating earnings outlook by 100 basis points or 1% in the first-quarter on higher rupee.
The company said there is no change in revenue outlook issued during the conference call in April 2014.