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AIA Engg soars on third-quarter results

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The AIA Engineering (AIA) stock rose 6.78 per cent to close the day at Rs 130 after the company announced Q3 results. AIA reported net sales increase of 44.52 per cent to Rs 272.92 crore in the third quarter Y-o-Y whereas net profits grew by 16.5 per cent to Rs 47.2 crore.

The stock made an intraday high of Rs 133 and a low of Rs 113.55. The stock saw trading volumes of 14,794 shares (about 1.75 times higher than its 2-week average). The stock made a 52-week high of Rs 350 and a low of Rs 104.5.

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AIA Engg soars on third-quarter results

The AIA Engineering (AIA) stock rose 6.78 per cent to close the day at Rs 130 after the company announced Q3 results. AIA reported net sales increase of 44.52 per cent to Rs 272.92 crore in the third quarter Y-o-Y whereas net profits grew by 16.5 per cent to Rs 47.2 crore.

The AIA Engineering (AIA) stock rose 6.78 per cent to close the day at Rs 130 after the company announced Q3 results. AIA reported net sales increase of 44.52 per cent to Rs 272.92 crore in the third quarter Y-o-Y whereas net profits grew by 16.5 per cent to Rs 47.2 crore.

The stock made an intraday high of Rs 133 and a low of Rs 113.55. The stock saw trading volumes of 14,794 shares (about 1.75 times higher than its 2-week average). The stock made a 52-week high of Rs 350 and a low of Rs 104.5.

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