Stocks in the news: ACC, ICICI Lombard, PVR, Tata Coffee, ZEEL and Aster DM
ICICI Lombard GIC, Schaeffler India, Gujarat Fluorochem, Polycab, LTTS, Tata Communications, KPIT Tech, HFCL, Mahindra CIE Automotive and Praj Industries are among the companies that will announce their results for September 2022 quarter today.
Stocks in the news: HDFC, Tata Steel, Britannia, Vedanta, Dr Reddy's and Adani Green
HDFC, India's largest mortgage lender, said loans assigned in Q2FY23 stood at Rs 9,145 crore, up from Rs 7,132 crore in same period last year. All the loans assigned during the quarter were to HDFC Bank.
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The thematic fund that gained 13.65 per cent in August is betting on JSW Energy in a big way as it is its biggest holding with a weightage of 9.78 per cent. Other top holdings include Titagarh Wagons, Time Technoplast, J Kumar Infraprojects and SP Apparels.
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Also Banswara Syntex, a smallcap company from the textile-spinning sector, shall turn ex-split. The company has announced the change in its scrip face value from Rs 10 to Rs 5. The record date based on which the company shall determine the eligibility of shareholders for split shares is September 9, 2022.
Ashiana Housing forms JV for a residential project in Pune, to invest Rs 300cr
The project will offer a total of 990 residential units. Phase I of the project will comprise 224 spacious units. The project will offer two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments, where the usable carpet area ranges from 733sq. ft to 1045sq. ft. Each tower will have 14 floors and will have stilt and open parking.
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MFs held 1 lakh Maharashtra Scooters shares worth Rs 48 crore at the end of April. They held Rs 62 crore worth 2 lakh shares in the company at the end of May.In PCBL, MF increased holding to 1.03 crore shares from 81 lakh shares. They owned PCBL shares worth Rs 109 crore at May-end against Rs 90 crore a month ago.
Ashiana Hsg to invest over Rs 400 cr to develop senior living and kid-centric housing units
Ashiana Housing plans to invest Rs 400-450 crore in developing senior living and kid-centric housing units across multiple cities as Covid-19 has shifted demand toward housing societies with special amenities.
Ashiana Housing buys 22 acre land parcel in Gurgaon
The land located in Gurgaon will be used to develop a high-rise children-centric residential project. The land with a development potential of 21 lakh sq ft will mark Ashiana Housings foray in the Gurgaon real estate space. The firm plans to develop over 1200 units—1750 and 1800 sq. ft—over the next 4-5 years.
Ashiana housing to invest Rs 345 crore to develop 1.3 million sq ft
Ashiana said the demand for senior living in the wake of pandemic has increased as elders are concerned about health issues. The company has projects in nine cities across India, and has constructed and delivered over 23 million sq ft.
Ashiana Housing to invest nearly Rs 400 crore on new housing projects
According to an investor presentation, Ashiana Housing's sales booking stood at 0.81 lakh sq ft worth Rs 27.36 crore during April-June period of this fiscal year, a sharp drop from sales bookings of 3.54 lakh sq ft worth Rs 117.47 crore in the year-ago period.