Monthly Archives: September 2018

Higher Delivery Quantity (28/09/2018)

SingleDataSeriesExample_01
NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
APARINDS 170233 13684 591.05
ABFRL 3225348 295746 183.50
ITDCEM 863006 100425 118.45
DBCORP 524457 65572 213.25
ELGIEQUIP 825690 117875 249.20
WHIRLPOOL 375238 61379 1349.50
PGHH 30109 5563 9719.50
KALPATPOWR 632181 122787 334.45
KPRMILL 123034 24897 606

IffiBim, Jet, DHFL, India bulls beating shares

Sensex ends down

Mumbai- Share of Infibeam Avenue, the leading e-retail company, rolled investors on Friday. By the afternoon of the trading, its shares declined by 60 percent. However, this decline has continued for the past four days. Apart from this, the stock of Jet Airways is also falling steadily.

On the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Infibeam’s shares were trading under five-day short term moving average. It also broke the brutal level of the 200 DMA, which is expected to see further declines in this stock in coming days.

If you talk about 52-week level, then the price of Infibeam was 242.8 rupees, while now the share has fallen 170 percent to 90 rupees. The 52-week high level of Diwan Housing was 690 rupees, while now 61% fall at the current level has come down to 270 rupees. Yes Bank’s highest level of 52 weeks was 404 rupees, while now the share has dropped 54 percent to Rs 187.

Similarly, the 52-week high level of Indiabulls Housing was Rs 1439.4, while on the current level, the share has fallen by 39% to Rs 884.15. The 52-week highest level of Indiabulls Real Estate was Rs 263.65, while on the current level, the share has dropped 64 percent to 93.7 rupees.

The 52-week high level of Jet Airways was 883 rupees, but now the stock has fallen 80 percent to 175 rupees at the current level. The 52-week high level of Interglobe Aviation was Rs 1520, whereas now at the current level, the share has dropped by 45 percent to 830 rupees. The 52-week high level of SpiceJet was 156 rupees, while now the stock has fallen 56 percent to 68.5 rupees.

Many IDFC officials will leave the company

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MUMBAI: After the approval of the merger with the non-banking financial company (NBFC) Capital First, some senior officials from IDFC Bank were informed about the departure of the regulator.

According to sources, the officials who are reported to be known are Rakesh Bhutorita, Head of Commercial Banking and Strategy Initiative. He had resigned in August and is currently on notice. They are going to go to a NBFC in Kolkata. Similarly, Chief Operating Officer Avtar Monga, Chief Risk Officer Pawan Kaushal and Chief Human Resources Officer N.S. Rajan may also leave the company in the next few months.

Let us know that the process of merger of IDFC with Capital First has begun and it will be completed sometime. Sources reveal that after the merger, there will be two people in many posts, so these people have been asked to resign. These positions include departments like Risk, Operations, Retail Services and Human Resources. It is estimated that Nihal Desai and Apul Nayar can be part of the executive committee of the company after the merger.

Desai is the chief risk officer while Nair is the executive director. Reserve Bank of India cleared Capital First with merger with IDFC a few months ago. About the proposed merger, it is estimated that in the retail loan, the share of IDFC Bank will be 60% by 2021.

IRCON gives investors shock

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Mumbai-based company IRCON International Limited, the stock of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), saw the value of IPO at Rs 410.30 with a loss of 13.62 per cent against the value of Rs 475. On the NSE, it was also listed on the NSE with a loss of 13.26 per cent to Rs 412. Its issue of 470 crores was open on September 17 and closed on September 19th. However, later it was trading at 448.85 with a slight increase.

The offer was offered to sell 99,05,147 shares through IRCON International IPO and it received 9,80,96,580 applications for the issue compared to the offer. On the last day, this issue got 10 times the subscription. 500,000 shares worth of qualified employees were reserved under the offer. Lead managers of this offer were IDBI Capital Markets and Securities, Axis Capital and SBI Capital Markets.

This is a government engineering and construction company. The company is in the development of infrastructure projects, railways, highways, flyovers, bridges, tunnels, aircraft maintenance, construction of commercial and residential properties, runway, electrical and mechanical work, industrial area. The headquarter of the company is in Delhi and abroad in Malaysia. The presence of the company abroad is in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, South Africa and Algeria.

Higher Delivery Quantity (27/09/2018)

SingleDataSeriesExample_01
NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
IEX 119696 10269 1700.60
CENTURYPLY 952202 94827 190.15
J&KBANK 1436431 151303 44
INDOCO 416844 48944 201.75
VBL 131556 21996 760.40
BOSCHLTD 41292 7335 19768.30
STARCEMENT 1198938 310354 104.55
APLAPOLLO 69369 19731 1335.10
SHK 211396 65397 205.20
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