airtel share price: Stocks in the news: Ambuja Cements, Airtel, Magma Fincorp, GIC Re, Dish TV and Vedanta

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Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange traded 51 factors, or 0.34 per cent, increased at 15,247 in indicators that Dalal Street was headed for a constructive begin onThursday. Here are a number of shares which can buzz the most in as we speak’s commerce:

Ambuja Cements: The firm will report its December quarter outcomes as we speak.

Bharti Airtel: The telecom operator stated it would purchase 20 per cent stake in its DTH arm Bharti Telemedia from an affiliate of Warburg Pincus for about Rs 3,126 crore.


GIC Re:
The authorities is debating whether or not reinsurer General Insurance Corporation of India ought to be divested, folks conscious of the matter advised ET.

IndusInd Bank: Hinduja Group’s

is anticipated to get a capital increase from promoters by Thursday after a profitable rights subject in which they’ve raised Rs 2,021.45 crore.

Magma Fincorp: Adar Poonawalla-controlled Rising Sun Holdings Pvt Ltd together with two different people have made an open supply to purchase an extra 26 per cent stake in non-banking monetary firm

for a consideration of greater than Rs 1,391 crore.

Dish TV: and its promoters — Direct Media Distribution Ventures Pvt Ltd and World Crest Advisors LLP — on Wednesday settled with Sebi circumstances of alleged disclosure lapses after paying almost Rs 45 lakh as settlement costs.

Vedanta: India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has revised the outlook for Vedanta Ltd (VDL) to steady from detrimental and additionally affirmed the firm’s long-term issuer score.

FRL, RIL: Amazon has approached the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) urging it to not enable convening of any assembly of Future Group’s shareholders or collectors for approval of its proposed Rs 24,713 crore take care of

.

RCF: State-run

(RCF) on Wednesday paid a dividend of Rs 117.51 crore to the authorities for the 2019-20 fiscal and an interim dividend of Rs 49.65 crore for the present monetary 12 months.





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