​Reliance Industries, Rossari Biotech, Tata Power and other stocks to watch out for on June 3​

Jun 3, 2021

By: Rounak Jain

Reliance Industries

It will complete the separation of its oil-to-chemicals business into a subsidiary by the end of 2021. Jio and Qualcomm have successfully tested 5G solutions, achieving 1Gbps speeds. It has also made a pre-payment of $7.8 billion long-term foreign currency debt.

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Rossari Biotech

It will acquire Unitop Chemicals, which supplies surfactants, emulsifiers and specialty chemicals, in a deal worth ₹421 crore.

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Tata Power

Its subsidiary, Tata Power Solar, has received orders worth ₹686 crore to set up 210MWp of solar projects in Gujarat for the state-owned NTPC. Tata Solar Power now has a total order pipeline of 2.8GW, worth ₹13,000 crore.

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It has sold its 33.33 percent stake in Denim Group for $22.42 million (₹160 crore), after acquiring it for $8.83 million (₹63 crore) in 2018. It has partnered with Finastra to help banks in the Asia Pacific region to help manage their digital transformation.

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MTAR Technologies

It reported a 47 percent jump in its net profit in the March 2021 quarter to ₹46 crore, while revenue increased 15 percent to ₹246 crore, year-on-year.

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Reliance Infrastructure

The company’s board will meet on June 6 to consider issuing equity shares for long-term fundraising.

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Ruchi Soya

It has entered the ‘nutraceuticals’ and wellness segments, with plans to launch 10 products under the Patanjali and Nutrela brands.

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Panacea Biotec

It reported a loss of ₹54 crore in the March 2021 quarter compared to a loss of ₹68 crore a year ago. Revenue surged by over 34 percent to ₹168 crore, year-on-year.

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Its board will meet to consider raising debt of up to ₹4,300 crore by way of bonds, term loans or external commercial borrowings.

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