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TOP CORPORATE NEWS – 13 AUGUST 2019

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Yes Bank issues clarification regarding QIP
Shares of Yes Bank ended ~11% down in today’s trade. The bank issued a clarification on the NSE today just before the closure of market hours. It stated, “It has been brought to the notice of Yes Bank management today that there are some rumors regarding the recently launched QIP on August 08, 2019. Through this intimation, we would like to confirm to the market participants, that the Board’s Capital Raising Committee (“CRC”) will consider and approve, amongst other things, the issue price for Equity Shares in respect of the QIP on August 14, 2019 (as was earlier communicated vide exchange release dated August 08, 2019). This intimation is intended to put to rest unnecessary speculation/ rumors being spread regarding the QIP.”

Ipca Laboratories Q1 cons. net profit jumps 89%; stock down 3%
Ipca Laboratories Limited today announced its consolidated financial results for the first quarter ended June 30, 2019, of the financial year 2019-20. The company’s Q1FY20 consolidated net profit was up 89% at Rs129.43cr vs. Rs68.55cr in the year-ago period. Total income also rose 23% at Rs1,098.53cr vs. Rs889.75cr.

Indiabulls Housing Finance jumps 11% post clarification
Shares of Indiabulls Housing Finance surged 11% after clarifying on the news item which appeared in the “economictimes.indiatimes.com” on August 09, 2019 captioned “Indiabulls founder to cede control after Lakshmi Vilas Bank merger”. The company said that it has already applied for the approval of various regulators, including Reserve Bank of India, for the proposed merger of Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited along with its wholly-owned subsidiary company i.e. Indiabulls Commercial Credit Limited with The Lakshmi Vilas Bank Limited.

Reliance Capital down 6% on reports of plans to sell stake in home finance biz, take legal action against PwC
Media reports suggested that Reliance Capital is in talks with at least four companies to sell its stake in housing finance subsidiary Reliance Home Finance, which is under debt of around Rs11,500cr. According to reports, Reliance Capital is in talks with Varde Partners, AION Capital, Cerberus Management and Altico Capital India. From these, two companies are at an advanced stage of discussions with Reliance Capital.

Reliance Industries extends gain after Aramco deal
Shares of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) extended rally for the third straight day today. The company Chairman and Managing Director, Mukesh Ambani said that Saudi Aramco has agreed to a non-binding Letter of Intent (LOI) regarding a proposed investment in the Oil to Chemicals (O2C) division comprising the Refining, Petrochemicals and fuels marketing businesses of RIL, the company said on Monday at 42nd AGM. The deal with Aramco, which values the business at $75bn including debt, also includes an agreement for Aramco to sell up to 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) to Reliance’s Jamnagar refinery in Gujarat.

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