Share India Securities Limited
informed that upon the request of the Company, the ICRA Limited (Credit Rating Agency) has withdrawn the rating of [ICRA] A2+ rating assigned to Rs500 crore of short-term non-fund-based facilities of the Company.
Apart from that companyâ€™s bank loan worth Rs190 crore holds an â€˜ACUITE Aâ€™ rating. Another bank loan worth Rs810 crore holds an â€˜ACUITE A1â€™ rating.
ACUITE has given an â€˜ACUITE Aâ€™ rating to the companyâ€™s Non-Convertible Debentures worth Rs150 crore.
Companyâ€™s commercial paper worth Rs150 crore holds â€˜CRISIL A2+â€™ ratings from CRISIL.
At around 3.18 PM, Share India Securities was trading 2.77% lower at Rs1,141.50, against previous close of Rs1,174.05 on NSE. It hit intraday high and low of Rs1,188 and Rs1,136.05 respectively.
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