Stocks That Were In News On November 7, 2016

Key domestic benchmark indices ended higher on Monday. The 30-share benchmark index ended trade higher by 184.84 points to end at 27,458.99; Nifty ends at 8497.05 up by 63.30 points.

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Key domestic benchmark indices ended higher on Monday. The 30-share benchmark index ended trade higher by 184.84 points to end at 27,458.99; Nifty ends at 8497.05  up by 63.30 points.

Stocks That Were In News On November 7, 2016

Lupin

Shares of Lupin rose more than 8 percent on Monday after the US health regulator has cleared company's Goa facility.

Lupin shares ended trade at Rs 1,519, higher by 6.95 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high of Rs 1,535 during trade.

Career Point

Shares of Career Point gained on Monday after the company said that it has bagged a project worth Rs 8.93 crore.

Career Point shares ended trade at Rs 124, higher by 42.18 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high of Rs 126 during trade.

Crompton Greaves

Shares of  Crompton Greaves gained 9 per cent on Monday after the company received a binding offer for acquisition from Alfanar.

Crompton Greaves shares ended trade at Rs 85.90, higher by 12.29 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high of Rs 86.45during trade.

PNB Housing

Shares in PNB Housing made a strong debut at the bourses today, surging more than 11 per cent over the issue price of Rs 775 per share.

Punjab National Bank

Shares of Punjab National Bank surged following the company's housing finance arm making a strong debut at the bourses along with a marginal stability in NPA numbers during the second quarter.

PNB shares ended trade at Rs 140.50, higher by 6.76 per cent on BSE. It touched an intraday high of Rs 141 during trade.

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