Stocks That Were In News On October 27, 2016

Key domestic benchmark indices ended mixed on Thursday. The 30-share benchmark index ended trade up by 79.39 points to end at 27,915.90; Nifty ended the flat at 8,615.25.

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Key domestic benchmark indices ended mixed on Thursday. The 30-share benchmark index ended trade up by 79.39 points to end at 27,915.90; Nifty ended the trade flat at 8,615.25.

Stocks That Were In News On October 27, 2016

Thomas Cook

Shares of Thomas Cook rose after the company reported second quarter net profit at Rs 20 crore against loss of Rs 6.8 crore (YoY).

Thomas Cook shares ended trade at Rs 216, higher by 1.36 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high of Rs 219 during trade.

Infibeam Incorp

Infibeam Incorp rose after company said that it has signed MoU with IL&FS for digital projects with revenue opportunity of Rs 1,250 crore for over 5 years.

Infibeam Incorp shares ended trade at Rs 920, higher by 6.98 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high Rs 934 during trade.

Dr Reddy's

Shares of Dr Reddy's rose on Thursday after the company announced latest strategic deal with Gland Pharma to market and distribute 8 injectable ANDAs in US.

Dr Reddy's shares ended trade at Rs 3,316, higher by 2.28 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high Rs 3,327 during trade.

Tata Group

Shares in Tata group companies saw heavy selling pressure in trade today, as worries over Mistry's exit as the Chairman of Tata Sons, left investors worried.

Indian Hume Pipe

Shares Indian Hume Pipe rose to hit 52-week high on Thursday after the company reported good Q2 numbers and on recommended bonus share.

Indian Hume Pipe shares ended trade lower after hitting 52 week high in trade. The stock ended at Rs 835, lower by 1.54 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high Rs 907 and low of Rs 821 during trade.

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