Gold Silver Reports (GSR) – Salzer Electronics Limited, which offers electrical solutions, on Monday signed a deal to acquire a 72.32 per cent stake in Kaycee Industries Limited in an all cash deal. Salzer will make an offer to purchase a 26 per cent additional stake from public for a total equity value of Rs 22 crores.
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The Indian rupee (INR) fell sharply against the US dollar (USD) today after the shock exit of RBI governor Urjit Patel, who announced his resignation on Monday. The rupee was trading at 72.46 against the US dollar, down 1.5%, as compared to yesterday’s close of 71.32. The dollar also gained other currencies, putting further pressure on the rupee. The abrupt resignation of RBI chief has raised worries about further outflows from Indian markets. The counting of votes in five states began today from 8 am. Early trends indicate a tight race between BJP and Congress in Madhya Pradesh while Congress ahead in Rajasthan.
Equity benchmarks in Japan and South Korea were little changed as trading began, while Australian stocks declined. Futures indicated Hong Kong shares would nudge higher after sliding into a bear market. The Singapore-traded SGX Nifty, an early indicator of NSE Nifty 50 Index’s performance in India, traded 0.3 percent higher at 11,349.50 as of 7:20 a.m.
Live Stock Market News To Watch Out For In Today’s Trade
✅ Hindustan Copper: Government to cut stake to 66.13 percent from 76.05 percent.
✅ IDBI Bank: Cabinet approves takeover by LIC
✅ Hero MotoCorp July two wheeler sales up 9 percent at 6.79 lakh units.
✅ Eicher Motors: Royal Enfield’s July motorcycles sales up 7 percent at 69,063 units.
Gold Silver Reports – Live Stock Market News – Equities in Tokyo and Seoul advanced after the S&P 500 Index hit an all-time high, with the two sides agreeing to suspend new tariffs while negotiating over trade.
Asian stocks climbed, tracking gains in U.S. shares, after U.S. President Donald Trump reached an agreement with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker aimed at averting a transatlantic trade war. The yen climbed and the dollar retreated.