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Here’s a look at buzzing stocks for trade on February 27

Updated : February 27, 2020 08:52 AM IST

Indian shares are expected to open lower on Thursday as global markets extended losses over concerns that the coronavirus outbreak is turning into a pandemic. Among the stocks in news today, IndiGo clarified that it has responded to all queries from Sebi, and Rites said the government is selling 1.25 crore shares of the company.

Here is a list of top stocks that will be in focus today:

IndiGo says it has responded to all queries from Sebi regarding related party transactions.

Shriram Transport Finance raises up to Rs 500 crore by issuing bonds on private placement basis.

Thomas Cook (India) approves buyback of up to 26,086,956 fully paid up shares at a price of Rs 57.50 per share for a maximum aggregate amount of Rs 150 crore.

Rites says the government is selling 1.25 crore shares of the company on Feb 27 and 28 via an offer for sale, with an option to sell an additional 5 percent.

Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) signs a service agreement signed with Joint Stock Company and Russian Railways Logistics.

The NCLT approves a scheme of amalgamation between GSK Consumer Health and Hindustan Unilever.

Jindal Stainless approves issue of Non-convertible Debentures up to Rs 900 crore to refinance existing debt.

CCL Products board declares second interim dividend of Rs 1.50 and special dividend of Rs 1.50 per share.

Gravita India says a step-down subsidiary, Gravita Cameroon, closes itself due to operational losses.

Mahanagar Gas board declares an interim dividend of Rs 9.50 per share.

CreditAccess Grameen: The RBI grants no objection to the acquisition and to the consequent changes in the control and directors of MMFL.
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