Stocks That Were In News On July 20, 2016

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Key domestic benchmark indices on Wednesday ended trade higer. The 30-share benchmark index ended trade at 27915.89, higher by 128.27 points, while the NSE Nifty was at 8565.85, up by 37.30 points.

Stocks That Were In News On July 20, 2016

Wipro

Shares in Wipro fell after company reported the quarterly numbers. The results lagged estimates and the commentary company's commentary and guidance remained uninspiring.

Wipro Shares ended trade at Rs 539, lower by 1.89 per cent on BSE. The stock touched an intra-day low of Rs 511 during trade.

JBM Auto

Shares of the JBM rose after the company said that it will invest Rs 300 crore for development and manufacturing of electric and hybrid buses in India through its joint venture with Poland's Solaris Bus & Coach.

Shares of JBM Auto ended at Rs 155, higher by 18.08 per cent on BSE. The stock touched an intra-day high at Rs 157 during the trade.

Reliance Communications

Reliance Communications said that it has incorporated an investment firm in the Netherlands in the name of Aircom Holdco BV. 

Reliance Communications ended trade at Rs 50.15, higher by 2.945 per cent on BSE. The stock touched an intra-day high of Rs 50.90 during trade.

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals

Shares of the Pharma company rose after it has been granted final approval for drug from United States Food & Drug Administration (U.S. FDA).

Shares of the Glenmark Pharma ended Rs 5851, higher by 2.33 per cent on BSE. The stock touched an intra-day high af Rs 856 during trade.

Anant Raj

Shares of Anant Raj rose 19.98 per cent on Wednesday after the company approved the demerger of real estate division and project division.

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