Jindal Steel continues to fall on regulatory worries

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Shares in Jindal Steel continued to fall for a second day in a row with the stock down 2 per cent at Rs 149 on the National Stock Exchange. The stock had fallen 8 per cent on Monday after reports surfaced that there was a CBI probe into the company on acquisition of forest land.

DLF which had also fallen over worries that the new government in Haryana would initiate a fresh probe into land deals between the company and Robert Vadra recovered lost ground. The stock was up 1 per cent in trade.


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