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Companies mop up Rs 44,000 crore in Oct; Rs 2.86 lakh crore since Apr

Companies mop up Rs 44,000 crore in Oct; Rs 2.86 lakh crore since Apr

Indian companies have garnered nearly Rs 44,000 crore through private placement of corporate bonds in October, taking the total to over Rs 2.86 lakh crore in the first 7 months of the current fiscal.

BSE moves 122 cos on Vadodara SE to dissemination board

Leading bourse BSE has shifted 122 'vanishing companies' listed on the Vadodara Stock Exchange to its dissemination board.

BSE sets 20% circuit limit for United Spirits

Leading stock exchange BSE Thursday revised the circuit limits--a range that stocks can trade in-- for United Spirits Ltd and 18 other companies, as part of surveillance action.

BSE to shift 15 firms to restricted segment from July 9

Leading bourse BSE Wednesday decided to shift stocks of 15 firms to the restricted trading category for not complying with listing agreement rules, from July 9.

Listed cos make open offers worth Rs 6,510 cr in Feb

After a brief lull, shareholders received open offers worth Rs 6,510 crore in February, the third highest level in the first 11 months of 2013-14.

Listed companies face heat for violating disclosure norms

In a major crackdown against listed firms not complying with regulatory disclosure norms, NSE and BSE have imposed fines or suspended trading in over 1,100 cases of non-compliance, involving nearly 600 companies.

ONGC reclaims most-valued spot; pushes TCS to second slot

State-owned energy major ONGC Thursday reclaimed the spot as the country's most-valued company, pushing IT giant TCS to the second slot.

BSE restricts daily price movement of six cos to up to 20%

Leading bourse BSE Monday said it has restricted the price movement for six companies including Oil India and Engineers India to a maximum of 20 percent a day as part of its surveillance measures.

BSE to suspend trading in 48 non-compliant cos from July 11

The BSE on Wednesday said it has decided to suspend trading in securities of 48 companies for non-compliances of various clauses of the Listing Agreement with effect from July 11, 2012.

BSE to suspend trading in 49 companies

The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Tuesday suspended trading in securities of 49 companies for non-compliances of various clauses of the listing agreement.

BSE to launch green index Wednesday

The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) will on Wednesday launch a new index called 'BSE-GREENEX' measuring the performance of companies in terms of carbon emissions, an official of IIM, which co-developed the model, said.