Marksans Pharma shares ended 10.76 per cent up at Rs 53 after it received approval from USFDA for loratadine liquid-filled capsules, used for treatment of allergies.
Domestic equity markets closed lower for second consecutive session on Monday following global markets as investors remained cautious ahead of the US presidential debate. Sensex tanked 373.94 points to end at 28,294.28, while NSE Nifty settled below 8,800-mark by falling 108.50 points to 8,723.05
Below are the 7 stocks that remained in focus in Monday’s trade
Coal India: Stocks of the company ended 1.19 per cent up at Rs 332.65 after the public sector company has asked for alternative coal blocks from the Mozambique government since it did not find any commercially viable reserves in the block it was allotted a few years ago.
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd: Stocks of the company ended 2.56 per cent up at Rs 428.95 following reports that the oil marketing company is planning to set up an international oil trading desk.
Marksans Pharma: Shares of the company ended 10.76 per cent up at Rs 53 after it received approval from USFDA for loratadine liquid-filled capsules, used for treatment of allergies.
Vardhman Textiles: Shares of the company ended 3.15 per cent up at Rs 1071.05 after the board of the company approved the proposal to buyback the fully paid up equity shares of face value of Rs 10 from the shareholders of the company on a proportionate basis.
Rain Industries: Stocks of the company ended 4.66 per cent up at Rs 47.20 after its wholly owned subsidiary company — Rain Cements — has commenced operations of Waste Heat recovery based Power Plant to generate up to 7 MW of gross electrical energy from the waste heat and the flue gases evolved during the Cement manufacturing process at Boincheruvupalli Village, Peapully Mandal, Kurnool District in Andhra Pradesh.
Dilip Buildcon Ltd: Stocks of the company ended 0.76 per cent up at Rs 237.10 as it has informed BSE about Receipt of Letter of Award from National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) for the Project Chichra to Kharagpur in the State of West Bengal under EPC Mode.
GNA Axles: The company, which made its debut on the bourses on Monday settled at Rs 245.15, up 18.45 per cent over the issue price 207 on BSE. It got listed with a premium of 20 per cent on BSE and 22 per cent on NSE.