Stocks That Were In News On July 15, 2016

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Key domestic benchmark indices on Friday ended trade lower. The 30-share benchmark index ended trade at 27836.50, lower by 105.61 points, while the NSE Nifty was at 8541.40, down by 23.60 points.

Stocks That Were In News On July 15, 2016

TCS

Shares of TCS were seen trading lower after the company reported net profit down by 0.4 percent at Rs 6,318 crore versus Rs 6,341.2 crore for quarter on quarter basis.

TCS shares ended trade at Rs 2441, lower by 3.11 per cent on the BSE. It touched an intra-day high of Rs 2528 and lower of Rs 2428.

Infosys

Infosys first quarter profit falls by 4.5 per cent and company said also lowered dollar revenue guidance.

Shares of Infosys ended trade at Rs 1072, lower by 8.81 per cent on the BSE. It touched an intra-day high of Rs 1195 and low of Rs 1058 during trade.

Titan Company

Shares of Titan rose after it said that it has share purchase agreement to acquire 61 percent in Caratlane for Rs 357 crore.

Shares of Titan ended trade at Rs 417 higher by 0.66 per cent on the BSE. It touched an intra-day high and 52-week high of Rs 434.

Spice Mobility

Shares of Spice Mobility rose more than 13.29 per cent on Friday after the company said that its subsidiary has further acquired stake in Sunstone learning.

Spice Digital, subsidiary of Spice Mobility acquired further 3.07 percent in Sunstone learning. Now the stake is increased to 41.61 percent from 38.54 percent.

HDFC

Housing Development Finance Corporation said that it has successfully priced its first overseas issue of unrated Rupee Denominated Bonds.

Shares of HDFC ended trade at Rs 1360 higher by 1.80 per cent on the BSE. It touched an intra-day high and of Rs 1364.

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