Stocks That Were In News On September 10, 2015

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The Sensex ended the day lower by 97 points, while the Nifty closed lower by 30 points. On the global front, Asian equities ended the day on a negative note. European counters were also trading in red with all CAC, DAX and FTSE trading in red.

Stocks That Were In News On September 10, 2015

Piramal Enterprises

Shares of the company gained on Thursday after the media reports that the company may acquire IL&FS.

Stock ended the day at Rs 866, higher by 1.62 per cent on NSE. It touched an intraday high of Rs 878 during the trade.

Suven Life Sciences

Shares in Suven Lifesciences jumped more than 8 per cent after the company secured product patent from countries like China, Mexico, Israel, China, Singapore and Sri Lanka.

Stock ended the day at Rs 230, higher by 11.47 per cent on NSE. It touched an intraday high of Rs 234 during the trade.

Jindal Steel

Jindal Steel and Power (JSPL) shares slipped on reports that rating agency ICRA downgraded non-convertible debentures, commercial paper, term loans and short term loans of the company.

Stock ended the day at Rs 60.85, lower by 2.41 per cent on NSE. It touched an intraday low of Rs 59.35 during the trade.

Vedanta

Shares of Vedanta slipped during morning trade and recovered before closing. The company saw selling pressure after the rating agency S&P raised concerns on its merger with Cairn India.

Stock ended the day at Rs 99.75, marginally lower by 10.15 per cent on NSE. It touched an intraday low of Rs 95.5 during the trade.

Amtek Auto

Shares of Amtek Auto plunged 9 per cent, while that of its subsidiary Castex Technologies lost 5 per cent today after market regulator Sebi began a probe into alleged manipulation of the latter's stock price, reports PTI.

However, stocks recovered before closing and ended the day at Rs 30.40, lower by 0.16 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday low of Rs 27.75 during the trade.

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