Axis MF sanctions Supreme Industries shares: NSE-BSE deals

Axis MF sanctions Supreme Industries shares: NSE-BSE deals

Axis MF sanctions Supreme Industries shares: NSE-BSE deals

Mumbai: In the first place, among the big deals on 17th June, the Axis MF sanctions the shares of Supreme Industries. Whereas the Navodya Enterprises has sold its shares on Mangalam Cement.

Besides, the fund house has purchased 1,225,000 shares of Supreme Industries at Rs. 1,080 per share. While Venkatesh Investment and Trading Co. have sold 16,51,852 shares in the company at Rs. 1,080.23 each.

Notably, Asia Global Trading and Esyspro Infotech together have sold their shares to Shriram Group Executives Welfare Trust and SVL Ltd. Precisely, the two companies sold 60,96,514 and 60,96,515 shares respectively at Rs. 51.90 each.

Likewise, Vineet Saboo HUF has purchased 59,000 shares of Innovana Thinklabs at Rs. 78 each.

Similarly, Navodya Enterprises sold its 1,59,009 shares of Mangalam Cement at Rs. 204.24 each.

At the same time, Capston Capital Partners sold 3,50,000 shares of North East Carry Corp at Rs. 6.78 per share.

Subsequently, companies such as Chalet Hotels and The Great Eastern Shipping Co. have also seen big deals in the day. At the same time, GIC Housing Finance and India Cement also had great deals on the other side.

Stock Market Update: 

Stock Market June 18th: On Thursday, both Sensex and Nifty reported a bullish trend in the stock market. The Sensex is trading at a gain of 33,570.75 levels and Nifty stood trading with 9,912.25 levels up in the stock market. The Sensex gained 54.73 points with a 0.16% rise. While Nifty gained 22.75 points with a 0.19% rise.

On the other side, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in India reached 3,66,946 as of June 18th, and deaths reached 12,237.

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