Shares of Deepak Nitrite were up 5 per cent at Rs 1,603 on the BSE in intra-day trade on Tuesday, having gained 8 per cent in the three trading days after the rating agency Crisil upgraded bank loan facilities of the company to 'stable' from 'positive'. The stock of the commodity chemicals company had hit a record high of Rs 1,691.55 on March 4.
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First Published: Tue, March 23 2021. 10:31 IST