Wipro, InterGlobe Aviation and other top stocks to watch out for on September 20

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Wipro, InterGlobe Aviation and other top stocks to watch out for on September 20
The Indian stock markets could open on a negative note on September 20BCCL
  • The Indian stock markets could open on a negative note on September 20, snapping the upward trend from the previous week.
  • Trends on SGX Nifty showed a decrease of 113 points, suggesting that Nifty could open in the red amid negative cues in other Asian markets.
  • Wipro and InterGlobe Aviation could be among the top stocks to watch out for on September 20.

Wipro



Announced setting up a new co-innovation space with Google Cloud. It will be based in Bengaluru and provide support to business customers looking to onboard to the cloud.

InterGlobe Aviation



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The government has decided to increase domestic flight capacity to 85 percent from 72.5 percent with immediate effect.

Cadila Healthcare



Received US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for Vortioxetine tablets used to treat depression.

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Nazara Technologies



Its subsidiary, Nodwin Gaming, has acquired the gaming business and related IP of OML Entertainment for ₹73 crore.

Bajaj Holdings



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Approved a dividend of ₹90 per share, with the record date being September 29, 2021.

Indian Oil



Efforts underway to restart the crude processing unit at its Barauni refinery after an incident on September 16 injured 19 people.

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Adani Ports & SEZ



Has approved the issuance of ₹1,000 crore worth debentures.

Rail Vikas Nigam



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Bagged a ₹1,035 crore contract for the Indore Metro Rail Project.

Zee Entertainment



US equity giant BlackRock has increased its shareholding in the company to 5.01 percent by picking up over 3 lakh equity shares via the open market.

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