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Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers
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First Published: Tue, Apr 21 2009. 10 58 PM IST
Updated: Tue, Apr 21 2009. 10 58 PM IST
GHCL (8.29% down)
Shares of GHCL plunged 8.29% after the Securities Exchange Board of India barred its promoters from participating in the stock market. CNBC-TV18 was first to report on mismatch in shareholding filing.
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Shiv-Vani (13.84% up)
Shares of Shiv-Vani Oil and Gas Exploration Services rallied 13.84% on fund activity after it was reported that Reliance Capital bought a 2.5% stake, increasing its holding to nearly 6% in the company.
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Rolta India (1.04% up)
The Rolta stock was up 1.04%. It recovered 8% from the day’s low after CNBC-TV18 reported that the company’s board has approved reversal of forex losses worth Rs84 crore in the current quarter.
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Seamec (5.05% up)
The Seamec share went up by 5.05% after reporting a net profit of Rs61.95 crore for the last quarter of fiscal 2009, compared with a loss of Rs17 crore in the corresponding quarter a year ago.
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Punj Lloyd (8.58% down)
The Punj Lloyd stock slid 8.58% after a UK court ruled in favour of Sabic UK Petrochemicals Ltd. Chairman Atul Punj told CNBC-TV18 that the Sabic ruling will impact the company’s net profit numbers.
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Yes Bank (8.04% up)
Shares of Yes Bank rallied 8.04% ahead of its results, to be announced on Wednesday. A CNBC-TV18 poll suggests profit after tax will go up 14% year-on-year. The stock closed at Rs79.95.
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Welspun Gujarat (15.3% up)
Shares of Welspun Gujarat Stahl Rohren surged 15.3% on reports that it will spin off its plate mill into 100% subsidiary for better management of operations and fiscal benefits.
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Alok Industries (7.67% down)
The Alok Industries stock fell 7.67% on unwinding of futures and options positions after the National Stock Exchange barred further positions with futures positions crossing 95% of limit.
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First Published: Tue, Apr 21 2009. 10 58 PM IST