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|SCRIP||BSE PRICE (Rs)||NSE PRICE (Rs)||CHART||GET MORE INFO|
|HINDALCO||182.10 1.17%||182.10 1.14%|| More Info
|NALCO||65.80 1.62%||65.80 1.70%|| More Info
|NIFTY 50||Not Listed||8,939.50 0.14%|| More Info
|S&P BSE SENSEX||28,892.97 0.10%||Not Listed|| More Info
BSE prices: February 23, 2017 (Close) NSE prices: February 23, 2017 (Close)
Global stock markets ended the week on a mixed note. Stock markets in Germany and China were the biggest gainers, with gains of 1.7% and 1.6% respectively. Further, Indian stock markets were also up by 1.5%. However, the UK and Brazil share markets were marginally down by 0.6% and 0.5%, respectively.
Hindalco Industries has reported a 14.5% YoY increase in the topline while the bottomline came at Rs 3.2 billion.
Hindalco Industries has reported a 1.1% YoY increase in the topline while the bottomline has accelerated by 255.4% YoY.
Hindalco Industries has reported a 11.4% YoY decline in the topline while the bottomline has accelerated by 379% YoY.
SAIL has reported a 21.4% YoY increase in the topline while the bottomline reported a loss of Rs 7.31 billion.
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