Top stocks to watch on February 19

Feb 19, 2021

By: Navdeep Yadav

​IndiGo, SpiceJet and other tourism stocks in focus

IndiGo’s market share rose to 54.3 percent in Jan, while SpiceJet’s fell to 12.8 percent from 16.6 percent earlier.

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​Airtel, RIL and Vodafone-Idea (Vi) in focus

Airtel added 40.51 lakh customers, Jio added 4.79 lakh, and Vi lost over 56.90 lakh customers in December.

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​DLF rental arm acquires 'One Horizon Centre' building in Gurugram for ₹780 crore

US-based real estate developer Hines held 52 percent stake in the One Horizon Centre, and the rest was with the DCCDL.

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​Oil India to bid for 61.6 percent stake in Numaligarh Refinery

Oil India Limited will bid to acquire the stake in Bharat Petroleum in consortium with Engineers India.

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​L&T Finance closed its rights issue to raise ₹2,998.61 crore

The rights issue was oversubscribed by nearly 15 percent.

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​IDFC First Bank gets board nod for ₹3,000 crore fund mop-up

The bank said it might raise the fund in one or more tranches.

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​NMDC resumes mining at Donimalai mine in Karnataka

In 2018, NMDC had suspended mining after the state government imposed an 80 percent premium on iron ore sales.

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​Ambuja Cements net profit jumps 34 percent (y-o-y) to ₹968 crore in the quarter ended December 31

The sales volume is up from 6.54 million tonnes to 7.01 million tonnes (y-o-y) aided its growth.

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​East Bridge Capital Master Fund pares stake in Jammu & Kashmir Bank

East Bridge Capital Master Fund sold 101 crore equity shares of the company at ₹31.09 per share on the NSE.

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Nirav Modi can be brought to India as UK judge says Arthur Road Jail is fit for the fugitive diamantaire