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Suzlon Energy surges on debt restructuring report

The company, which last month defaulted on $200 million convertible bond redemption, has been admitted to corporate debt restructuring process.

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has surged almost 11% to Rs 17.15 on back of over three-fold jump in trading volumes on reports that the makers has been admitted to corporate debt restructuring () process.

“Suzlon Energy, which last month defaulted on $200 million convertible bond redemption, has been admitted to India's corporate debt restructuring process,” the Reuters report suggests.

Loss-making Suzlon Group last month said it has started discussions with lenders for restructuring debt, including a two-year moratorium on repayment of term loans.

“The company has initiated discussions with its senior secured lenders and plans to restructure its debt with a maturity period of ten years under the CDR mechanism, including a two-year moratorium on principal and interest payments on term-debt,” Suzlon Energy said in a statement.

The stock opened at Rs 15.50 on the BSE and has seen over three-fold surge in trading volumes. As many as a combined 28.04 million shares have already changed hands on the counter so far against an average sub 9 million shares that were traded daily in past two weeks on the BSE and NSE.

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