RVNL, JSW Steel, ONGC, HPCL, NMDC, Lupin, IRCTC, BEL, and Other Stocks to Monitor

Stocks To Monitor On November 24: The GFT Nifty on the NSE IX down 19 points, or 0.10 percent, to 19,859, indicating that Dalal Street will likely have a quiet Friday morning. These are a number of equities that will be watched closely today for different reasons.

RVNL: Exchanges BSE and NSE jointly fined Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd. around Rs. 10 lakhs for failing to have the requisite number of independent directors on board by the end of seat assignment for counseling phase 2 of the ap icet 2023 announced download 61

JSW Steel: JSW Paints has informed JSW Steel that it has finished allocating funds for strategic investments. JSW Steel has invested a total of Rs 750 crore in JSW Paints.

ONGC, HPCL: The government intends to request that ONGC explore initiating a rights issue to assist in financing green projects at refining subsidiary Hindustan Petroleum Corp. This initiative has the potential to generate around $1.9 billion, according to Reuters. TCS: Today is the stock’s ex-buyback date. At a price of Rs 4,150 per share, it had authorized the repurchase of shares valued at Rs 17,000 crore.

Power Finance Corporation: The government-owned business said that it will issue bonds with a maximum value of Rs 3,500 crore.

NMDC: As of November 23, the business has set the price per tonne for iron ore at $5,400 and the price per tonne for fines at $4,660.

Lupin: It has said that Vilfuro-G, the first fixed-dose triple combination medication (FDC) in the world, is now available in India for the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

LTIMindtree: In collaboration with Quantum Xchange and Fortinet, it has established a quantum-safe virtual private network (VPN) connection in London. The goal of this is to protect data transfer in the age of quantum computing.

L&T Finance: On November 23, the NBFC and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) inked a $125 million financing deal to boost lending in rural and peri-urban regions, with a focus on women borrowers.

Siemens: Belapur’s Central Excise Commissionerate and CGST issued the firm a GST demand and penalty notice of Rs 23.7 crore.

BEL: For having too few independent directors, NSE and BSE have fined the company Rs 1.82 lakh each.

IRCTC: For failing to have the requisite number of independent directors in the September quarter, NSE & BSE fined it Rs 5.4 lakh each.

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