Business Standard

Asian Paints, BoB to replace R-Power, RCom in Nifty

Related News

The National Stock Exchange on Wednesday said it would exclude two Group companies — and — from its benchmark from April 27. These two companies will be replaced by and in the 50-share index.

In August 2011, the Bombay Stock Exchange had exclude Reliance Infrastructure and Reliance Communications — from its benchmark Sensex.

Read more on:   
|
|
|
|
|
|
|

Asian Paints, BoB to replace R-Power, RCom in Nifty

The National Stock Exchange on Wednesday said it would exclude two Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group companies — Reliance Power and Reliance Communications — from its benchmark Nifty index from April 27. These two companies will be replaced by Asian Paints and Bank of Baroda in the 50-share index.

The National Stock Exchange on Wednesday said it would exclude two Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group companies — Reliance Power and Reliance Communications — from its benchmark Nifty index from April 27. These two companies will be replaced by Asian Paints and Bank of Baroda in the 50-share index.

In August 2011, the Bombay Stock Exchange had exclude Reliance Infrastructure and Reliance Communications — from its benchmark Sensex.

image

Read More

IABF to close $120-mn fund this year

India Agri Business Fund (IABF), a $120- million equity fund instituted in 2008 for which Rabo Equity Advisors is an investment advisor, is planning ...

Recommended for you

Advertisements

Quick Links

Market News

Nearly 400 listed cos yet to appoint women directors

More companies expected to appoint women directors before April 1 deadline

Top 10 companies shed over Rs 1 lakh cr in m-cap

TCS top loser whose market capitalisation saw an erosion of Rs 18,304 cr

Foreign fund inflows hit $13 bn

Analysts expect the inflows to accelerate further in view of Parliament clearing bills related to insurance, coal allocation and mining

Commexes' turnover drops 41% till March 15 of FY15

Their business stood at Rs 98.57 lakh cr in same period of corresponding year

Markets fall third straight week on fears of capital outflows

Emerging geo-political tensions in the Middle-East and prospects of hike in US interest rates dampened sentiment

 

Back to Top