Daily Archives: Tuesday September 11th, 2018

Higher Delivery Quantity (11/09/2018)

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NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
NIACL 496239 35424 245.45
GPPL 1067042 76586 106.70
SIMPLEXINF 204860 17597 402.75
CARBORUNIV 357030 37945 385
GREENPLY 195795 24216 190.85
NH 77910 13118 250,50
VRLLOG 240231 47441 304.50
PIIND 777138 181747 770.45
BAJAJHLDNG 35991 8856 3060.75

Buyback offer of HCL Technology from September 18

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Mumbai-based information technology company HCL Technologies is planning to buy back shares of Rs 4,000 crore and this buyback offer is open from September 18. Last month, the company’s shareholders had approved the buyback proposal. On Tuesday, the company’s stock closed at Rs 1,083 with a fall on BSE. Its market capitalization was above Rs 1.50 lakh crore.

The company said in the information given on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) that the offer will open from September 18 and close on October 3. According to the Sebi’s buyback rules of capital market regulator, the company had completed the proposal letter on September 10 and it would be available to all equity shareholders. In July, HCL Technology announced the buyback program which will be done in the financial year 2019 to Rs 1,100 per share.

Buyback offer of HCL Technology from September 18

bombay-stock-exchange-building-1440388695-1693300

Mumbai-based information technology company HCL Technologies is planning to buy back shares of Rs 4,000 crore and this buyback offer is open from September 18. Last month, the company’s shareholders had approved the buyback proposal. On Tuesday, the company’s stock closed at Rs 1,083 with a fall on BSE. Its market capitalization was above Rs 1.50 lakh crore.

The company said in the information given on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) that the offer will open from September 18 and close on October 3. According to the Sebi’s buyback rules of capital market regulator, the company had completed the proposal letter on September 10 and it would be available to all equity shareholders. In July, HCL Technology announced the buyback program which will be done in the financial year 2019 to Rs 1,100 per share.

SBI will no longer be credited to another account

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Mumbai: The country’s largest bank, State Bank of India, has given a big jolt to all its customers. Under this, no other person will be able to deposit money in your account. This rule will only be done on depositing money by going to the bank. However, there is no restriction on the online transfer.

Under this rule, customers will have to get permission letter to deposit money in another’s account. This letter will be signed by both the depositor and the account holder. Apart from this, the bank account holder should sign the deposit form with cash on the bank counter.

SBI has enforced this rule, the biggest reason behind it is the banquet. This is because a large number of thousand and five hundred notes were deposited in many bank accounts during the note-taking. After the investigation, when people are being asked about so many notes, they say that some unknown person has deposited money in their bank accounts. People had responded to bank officials that they have nothing to do with this money.

The rules which SBI has implemented can be implemented by other banks too soon. After the ban, the Income Tax Department requested all the government banks to implement this rule. The Income Tax Department had said that banks should make such rules that no other person could deposit cash in anybody’s bank account, so that no person could escape from their responsibility and accountability about the money deposited in their bank accounts.

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