Stocks That Were In News On April 25, 2016

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The 30-share benchmark index ended the trade at 25678.93, lower by 159.21 points, while the NSE Nifty was at 7855.05, down by 44.25 points.

On the global front, Asian peers ended the day on a negative note. While, European counters were also seen trading in red. 

Stocks That Were In News On April 25, 2016

Kalpataru Power Transmission

Shares of the company rose after the company said it has secured new orders/notification of award in excess of Rs 1,150 crore.

The stock ended the day at Rs 216, higher by 1.76 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high at Rs 226 during the trade.

Cairn India

Shares of Cairn India fell after the company reported the poor fourth quarter results which failed to lift investor sentiment.

The stock ended the day at Rs 144, lower by 04.62 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday low at Rs 143 during the trade.

Reliance Industries

Reliance Industries has posted another quarter of good results with the company reporting a net profit of Rs 7320 crores for the quarter ending March 31, 2016.

The stock ended the day at Rs 1013, lower by 2.47 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday low at Rs 1012 during the trade.

Bharti Airtel

Bharti Airtel said its board would meet this week to consider a proposal for buyback of equity shares. 

The stock ended the day at Rs 359, higher by 1.74 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high at Rs 363 during the trade.

Filatex India

Filatex India rose after the company reported strong earnings for the quarter ended March 31, 2016.

The stock ended the day at Rs 51.80, higher by 19.91 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high at Rs 51.80 during the trade.

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Story first published: Monday, April 25, 2016, 15:42 [IST]
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