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GMM Pfaudler continues with declining trend, share price falls 5%

The stock began to fall after GMM Pfaudler announced on Monday that promoters plan to sell 17.6 per cent stake in the company

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The stock has lost around a third of its value since its September high of Rs 5,974. It closed at Rs 4,003.75 on Thursday.

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GMM Pfaudler, which manufactures glass-lined equipment for the pharmaceutical and chemical industries, continued its declining trend on Thursday. The company's share price was down 5 per cent. The stock has lost around a third of its value since its September high of Rs 5,974. It closed at Rs 4,003.75 on Thursday.

The stock began to fall after GMM Pfaudler announced on Monday that promoters plan to sell 17.6 per cent stake in the company. The floor price of the sale was at a steeply discounted price of Rs 3,500 per share. The company announced on Tuesday that the selling shareholders

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First Published: Sep 24 2020 | 9:46 PM IST

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