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SCI Ltd stock sinks almost 4% after posting a loss 0.7bn

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | February 15, 2013 12:31 IST

The Shipping Corporation of India Ltd stock is down by 3.8% after the after the company posted a net loss of Rs 0.75bn during the October-December quarter as against a net profit of Rs 0.74bn in the same quarter last year.

Shipping Corporation of India Ltd. stock is down by 3.8% after the after the company posted a net loss of Rs 0.75bn during the October-December quarter as against a net profit of Rs 0.74bn in the same quarter last year.

The stock is currently trading at Rs. 48.90 down 1.95 or 3.8%. The stock touched a high of Rs. 50.90 and a low of Rs. 48.80 in the day’s trade on BSE. Total traded quantity on the counter stood at 0.55 lakh.  
BSE 57.45 [0.70] ([1.20]%)
NSE 57.50 [0.65] ([1.12]%)

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SCI Ltd stock sinks almost 4% after posting a loss 0.7bn
SCI Ltd stock sinks almost 4% after posting a loss 0.7bn
The Shipping Corporation of India Ltd stock is down by 3.8% after the after the company posted a net loss of Rs 0.75bn during the October-December quarter as against a net profit of Rs 0.74bn in the same quarter last year.
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