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Top 10 stocks for today – 24th November 2022

  • India Infoline News Service |
  • 24 Nov, 2022 |
  • 8:31 AM

The Singapore Exchange's Nifty futures traded 97 points, or 0.53%, higher at 18,474, indicating that the stock markets are likely to have a successful start on Thursday. These ten stocks could be the ones that may show significant price movement in today's session. To check more hot stocks, click at: https://www.indiainfoline.com/markets/hot-stocks

  1. BASF India:

From January 1, 2023, the chemicals company has named Alexander Gerding its managing director. His predecessor, Narayan Krishnamohan, will be replaced.

  1. Keystone Realtors:

The real estate firm of the Rustomjee Group will make its stock market debut on Thursday after issuing shares between November 14 and 16 in the range of Rs 514-541 a share to raise Rs 635 crore through an initial public offering (IPO).

  1. InterGlobe Aviation:

In accordance with its codeshare agreement with Turkish Airlines, IndiGo's operator has begun offering flights from Istanbul to Portugal and Switzerland.

  1. Can Fin Homes:

The housing finance company said that on November 28, its board of directors will meet to discuss a proposal for payment of an "interim dividend" for FY23.

  1. Zydus Lifesciences:

The generic form of famotidine injectable used to treat stomach and intestine ulcers has obtained final approval from the US health agency.

  1. Inox Leisure:

The operator of the multiplexes said that 22 of its locations across 15 cities would broadcast live FIFA World Cup games.

  1. Apollo Tyres:

The tyre manufacturer established a cooperation with Tyromer Inc., which would provide it with recycled rubber material made using environmentally friendly procedures.

  1. HG Infra Engineering:

The construction company has received a letter from Adani Road Transport informing them that the project's authority has declared November 3 as the scheduled date. The project is based in Uttar Pradesh

  1. KPIT Technologies:

For its next-generation Software-Defined Vehicle programme, the French automaker Renault has chosen it as critical software scaling partner.

  1. Voltamp Transformers:

According to the bulk deal information available with the NSE, Nalanda India Fund sold 4,20,000 shares, or 4.2% of its holdings, in THE heavy electrical equipment manufacturer for Rs111.36 crore in an open market transaction, at an average price of Rs2,561.56 per share.

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