Daily Archives: Wednesday October 10th, 2018

Higher Delivery Quantity (10/10/2018)

SingleDataSeriesExample_01
NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
VRLLOG 134081 23790 259.40
SHARDACROP 289161 51579 327
DHANUKA 34162 6314 410.70
MHRIL 185687 34903 199.95
BLUESTARCO 93412 17657 571.95
HERITGFOOD 55103 10517 500.55
ASHOKA 957638 203478 107.50
CROMPTON 3279883 700750 202.75
PNBHOUSING 900787 218804 875.85

SBI to save NBFCs

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Mumbai: State Bank of India (SBI) has come forward to save NBFCs, who are struggling with the crisis of liquidity. Following the lapse in payment of several loans by IL & FS and its subsidiaries, cash crunch in front of NBFC has emerged. It is being told that SBI will buy a good quality account of Rs 45,000 crore from IL & FS. This will help these companies recover from the liquidity crisis.

SBI had earlier decided to buy properties worth Rs 15,000 crore, but now the bank has decided to purchase additional assets of Rs 30,000 crore. According to the bank, this is a good opportunity for the bank to increase its loan portfolio. Assets of NBFCs are available at attractive prices. This will benefit both SBI and NBFCs. Because this will provide liquidity to meet their needs, while the bank’s loan portfolio will be better.

In the statement, the bank said in the statement that the bank had initially set a target of raising Rs 15,000 crore through the purchase of portfolio, which has now been extended. According to the internal estimation of the bank, he will have the opportunity to purchase an additional portfolio of 20,000 to 30,000 crores. National Housing Bank, which regulates non-banking financial companies, has also said that it will increase the refinance facility of NBFC to Rs 30,000 crores. Explain that there is a total loan of Rs 91,000 crore on the IL & FS group. Its major shareholders include the Life Insurance Corporation of India, the State Bank of India and the Central Bank of India.

 SBI to save NBFCs

bombay-stock-exchange-building-1440388695-1693300
Mumbai: State Bank of India (SBI) has come forward to save NBFCs, who are struggling with the crisis of liquidity. Following the lapse in payment of several loans by IL & FS and its subsidiaries, cash crunch in front of NBFC has emerged. It is being told that SBI will buy a good quality account of Rs 45,000 crore from IL & FS. This will help these companies recover from the liquidity crisis.

SBI had earlier decided to buy properties worth Rs 15,000 crore, but now the bank has decided to purchase additional assets of Rs 30,000 crore. According to the bank, this is a good opportunity for the bank to increase its loan portfolio. Assets of NBFCs are available at attractive prices. This will benefit both SBI and NBFCs. Because this will provide liquidity to meet their needs, while the bank’s loan portfolio will be better.

In the statement, the bank said in the statement that the bank had initially set a target of raising Rs 15,000 crore through the purchase of portfolio, which has now been extended. According to the internal estimation of the bank, he will have the opportunity to purchase an additional portfolio of 20,000 to 30,000 crores. National Housing Bank, which regulates non-banking financial companies, has also said that it will increase the refinance facility of NBFC to Rs 30,000 crores. Explain that there is a total loan of Rs 91,000 crore on the IL & FS group. Its major shareholders include the Life Insurance Corporation of India, the State Bank of India and the Central Bank of India.

Garden Reach Shipbuilders IPO disappointed

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Mumbai-Shares of Government Company Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers strongly disappointed investors. The stock of this company was listed on the stock exchanges at less than the value of the issue (IPO) on Wednesday. On NSE, shares were listed on IPO price of 13.13 per cent with a discount of Rs 102.50 per share, while shares on BSE were down by 11.86 per cent to Rs 104 per share.

Explain that this company had an IPO worth 118 rupees per share. The company had targeted to raise Rs 345 crore from the IPO and the IPO was open from September 24 to September 26, which got only 67 percent subscription. After this, the company reduced the price and also increased the date of the IPO, despite it did not get very good response. Foreign investors did not show any interest in it.

Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers makes the shipyard for the defense sector. The company has been modifying its infrastructure. The company gets a good order from the government. In 2013, the company has developed a new integrated shipbuilding facilitation. Apart from this, this new hull shop, module shop, drydock and building berth have been made for mega block integration. The company has inaugurated the Modern Pump Test Bed Faceliti in the Taratala unit on June 11, 2018. The company meets the requirements of the Indian Navy and Coast Guard. The company has an order book of Rs 20,313.6 crore, which is mostly from the Ministry of Defense.

Higher Delivery Quantity (09/10/2018)

SingleDataSeriesExample_01
NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
NH 210995 11469 234.25
ERIS 155328 11227 671.35
ITDCEM 420500 55635 112.75
SHK 763522 104712 198.10
KOLTEPATIL 330946 46035 211.95
MINDACORP 499438 100157 118.25
GEPIL 30620 6722 727.05
CHAMBLFERT 882727 223309 137.45
JYOTHYLAB 890595 234703 188
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