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TOP CORPORATE NEWS- 29 Mar 2017

Berger Paints starts commercial production at Pune Berger Paints starts the commercial production at its expanded capacity at Jejuri plant at Pune; the company invested about Rs100crore for the expansion of the capacity.This is sentimentally positive read through for the stock as company aims to double the revenues over the next five years through enhanced

Stocks in news today: 29 MAR 2017

On Tuesday, Nifty opened the session on a positive note, and it continued its upward momentum, however, during the mid afternoon session, profit booking emerged. Now going forward, Nifty has immediate resistance placed around levels of 9125-9135, and if it manages to sustain above this level, the next level to watch out for would be

TOP CORPORATE NEWS – 28 MAR 2017

Dishman rallies as USFDA approves cancer drug Zejula Dishman in focus: USFDA approves Tesaro Inc’s ovarian cancer drug Zejula (market size is $2 bn). Dishman is one of the API supplier to Tesaro – Positive for Dishman; Stock hit an upper circuit of 20% to Rs278.70 on NSE today. Axis Bank up on fund raising

Stocks in news today:28 MAR 2017

Nifty has opened positive today and is trading in a positive bias the zone of 8970-9000 is a crucial support area for the Nifty, and as long as this area is defended by the bulls, buy on dips would be a wise thing to do. On the upside, the level of 9110-9120 would be an

Stocks in news today: 27 MAR 2017

On Friday, Nifty opened the session on a positive note, and thereafter it shifted into a range bound mode for the better part of the trading session. Profit booking emerged towards the end, and Nifty ended the session with marginal gains. Going forward, immediate support for market stands around levels of 9060, and breach of

Market Outlook for the coming week 25 MAR 2017

Market Outlook for the coming week! In the coming Week, macroeconomic data, trend in global markets, investment by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) and domestic institutional investors (DIIs), the movement of rupee against the dollar and crude oil price movement will dictate trend on the bourses. The market may remain volatile as traders roll over positions

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