Stocks That Were In News On June 24, 2016

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Indian equity benchmarks ended the trade in the negative zone. The 30-share benchmark index ended trade at 26397.71, lower by 604.51 points, while the NSE Nifty was at 8088.60, down by 181.85 points.

On the global front, Asian peers ended the day in red on fallout of the Brexit vote . Meanwhile, European counters were also trading in red.

Stocks That Were In News On June 24, 2016

Tata Motors

Tata Motors crashed 10 per cent, as Britain exited the EU. The company has a significant presence in the UK, with plants and facilities in the country.

The stock ended the day at Rs 449, lower by 7.95 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday low at Rs 425 during the trade.

Sun Pharmaceutical

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries shares rose 1.8 percent on Friday after the company announced 75 lakh shares buyback.

The stock ended the day at Rs 752, higher by 0.07 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high at Rs 765 during the trade.

Omax Autos

Omax Autos rose after the company said that it has secured order from Indian Railways.

The stock ended the day at Rs 65.65, higher by 2.10 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high at Rs 67 during the trade.

Shilpa Medicare

The Board will meet June 27 to merge with Navya Biologicals (NBPL).

The stock ended the day at Rs 466, lower by 3.10 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high at Rs 472 and low of Rs 442 during the trade.

Control Print

Control Print India to list on NSE on today

Aditya Birla Fashion

Aditya Birla Fashion said that the Pantaloons had signed the exclusive deal with British Brand 'Izabel London'

The stock ended the day at Rs 131.30, lower by 2.71 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high at Rs 133 and low of Rs 128 during the trade.

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