Markets are once again trading lower, as worries mount that Brits could vote in favour of a Brexit, later on June 23. This is the third successive day of losses for the Nifty and the Sensex.
However, select stocks have gained and few have lost, following sensitive news. Here are 6 such stocks.
Deepak Fertilizers has said that the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers has agreed to release about Rs 485 crore outstanding subsidy payment to the company. The department has been withholding its subsidy claims amounting to Rs 795 crore. The stock was up 6 per cent in trade today.
Havells has said that it will increase its stake in Bangalore-based Promptec Renewable Energy Solutions up to 70 per cent for an undisclosed sum. The stock was up 1 per cent in early trade.
Jubilant Foodworks was down 1 per cent in trade. The company has plans to open 130-140 new Domino's Pizza outlets and around 20 new Dunkin' Donuts restaurants.
Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL) is set to get debt recast under the Reserve Bank's 5/25 scheme post deal with JSW Energy.
The stock was up 1% in trade.
IVRCL Ltd has allotted 6.46 lakh equity shares at a price of Rs 8.76 each to Bank of Nova Scotia. The stock jumped 7% in trade.
The stock is up 3 per cent after the RBI allowed some debt restructuring exercise for banks.
The shares were last trading at Rs 85.