22 March 2022 – Trading Activity & Stock Market Updates – SIP Calculator

22 March 2022 – Trading Activity & Stock Market Updates

Wipro

The technology company will consider interim dividend on March 25.

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries

The company will acquire an 11.28 percent stake in Zenotech Laboratories for Rs 5.32 crore.

Equitas Small Finance Bank

The board has approved a Scheme of Amalgamation between Equitas Holdings and Equitas Small Finance Bank.

Larsen & Toubro

The board on March 24 will seek approval for raising funds including through the issue of debt securities as part of the company’s refinancing programme.

Zomato

The company has announced that it will soon launch a 10-min food delivery offering – Zomato Instant. It will pilot Zomato Instant with four stations in Gurugram from next month.

Shankara Building Products & APL Apollo Tubes

APL Apollo Tubes announced a minority equity investment by its subsidiary APL Apollo Mart in Shankara Building Products. The investment will be through a combination of purchase of secondary promoter shares and proposed preferential allotment of convertible warrants. Total investment by APL Apollo Mart in Shankara Building Products will be up to Rs 180.5 crore including an immediate investment of Rs 101.8 crore.

Godawari Power & Ispat

The company has signed an agreement with Hira infra-Tek (HITL) to acquire 44,54,621 equity shares of Hira Ferro Alloys (HFAL) from HITL at a price of Rs 224 per share. With this, the company’s stake in HFAL will be increased to 75.66 percent from 56.45 percent.

REC

The company approved the market borrowing programme of Rs 85,000 crore under different debt segments for the financial year 2022-23.

Deepak Nitrite

ICRA has upgraded the long term rating from ‘AA-‘ to ‘AA’, and re-affirmed the short term rating at ‘A1+’ for Rs 756.27 crore bank facilities of Deepak Phenolics, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company. The outlook on the long-term rating has been revised to Positive from Stable.

NHPC

Life Insurance Corporation of India sold a 2.03 percent stake in the company through open market transactions. With this, LIC’s stake in the power generation company stands at 7.23 percent, down from 9.26 percent earlier.