6:00 PM Mumbai – GMR bid for airport development project in Philippines. Maruti surged on weaker yen. Power Grid board approved investment of $700 million. Shriram City hired banks for share sale of up to $182 million.
The Sensex Index fell 59.47 or 0.3% to close at 18,450.23 The CNX Nifty slid 21.50 to close at 5,553.25.
For the week Sensex declined 2.1%.
Gainers & Losers
Ahluwalia Contracts (India) Limited
surged 18.7% to Rs 33.65 after the company secured new projects worth Rs. 1,015.26 crore.
GMR Infrastructure, Ltd
climbed 3% to Rs 22.15 after the report the company agreement with Megawide Construction Corp to bid for airport development project in Philippines.
Hindustan Unilever Limited
rose 0.1% to Rs 470.50 after it agreed to acquire remaining 74% stake in Aquagel Chemicals Pvt Ltd.
HT Media Limited
slipped 2.8% to Rs 95.20 and the company launches weekly Indian business and economy news in Singapore this weekend.
Kitex Garments Limited
inched up 0.1% to Rs 57.20 after net profit declined 16.7% to Rs 7.76 crore quarter ended March.
Maruti Suzuki India Limited
surged 7.2% to Rs 1,405.95 after the weaker yen would reduce the auto parts import cost from Japan.
Mahindra Holidays and Resorts India Limited
slid 0.9% to Rs 261.50 after the company adds Dubai resort to its network.
Larsen & Toubro Limited
slid 0.9% to Rs 1,348.75 after the company secured new orders worth Rs 2,004 crore.
Power Grid Corporation of India Limited
rose 0.4% to Rs 104.85 after the board approved investment of various projects at an estimated cost of Rs 3,450.81 crore.
Reliance Industries Limited
increased 1.8% to Rs 780.35 after the company plans to borrow about $2 billion to refinance debt, as of December total outstanding debt was $13.2 billion.
Shriram City Union Finance Limited
plunged 4.9% to Rs 1,047.05 and the company hired four bankers for share sale to raised $182 million.
Titagarh Wagons Ltd
jumped 2% to Rs 180 after the company said it acquired 100% stake in Titagarh Marine.
rose 0.9% to Rs 76.45 after the company expects 20% revenue growth from air conditioner segment sale in the current fiscal year.