Here are stocks that are in focus today 19-02-2020:
Shree Cement: Shree Cement to replace Yes Bank in Nifty 50 w.e.f March 27
Oil India: Stock will stop trading in the Futures & Options segment with effect from May 4.
Avenue Supermarts – Promoters sold 2.28 percent holding (2.28 crore shares) via OFS, promoter holding now stands at 74.99 percent.
SBI: SBI Cards IPO to be launched on March 2, offer price likely to be Rs 745-775 per share – CNBC-TV18 sources
Balkrishna Industries: HDFC MF sold a 2.07 percent stake in the company on February 17.
Gayatri Projects: Promoter created a pledge on 60 lakh shares (3.21 percent equity) on February 17.
GE T&D: ICRA downgraded the company’s long-term rating to A+ from AA-, revised outlook to stable from negative.
Adhunik Metaliks: Liberty House completed the acquisition of Adhunik Metaliks in an all-cash deal of Rs 435 crore.
IDFC First Bank: CRISIL assigned AA/Stable rating to the bank’s Tier-II bonds.
Den Networks, TV18 Broadcast, Hathway Cable board approved the merger scheme into Network18 Media
Quess Corp board approved the merger of 4 subsidiaries with itself
Siti Networks – Brickworks has downgraded ratings for long term bank loan facilities to BWR D
AurionPro Solutions – Cyberinc expands North American channel program, adding Tech Data as p PrincipaI distributor of the lsla Isolation Platform
Infosys partners with GE Appliances to enable digital and workplace transformation
HCL Technologies: Company received an order from Stanley Black & Decker for digital services.
Tata Chemicals: Tata Coffee sold 1,59,850 equity shares of the company (constituting 0.06 percent of paid-up capital) to Tata Sons.
Tata Chemicals: Tata Global Beverages sold 7,05,522 equity shares of the company (constituting 0.28 percent of paid-up share capital) to Tata Sons.
Jaiprakash Associates: Company received a letter from Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority on its decision to cancel land allotment to JPSK Sports.
Reliance Industries talks to sell a minority stake in its oil-to-chemical division to Saudi Aramco.