Financial Technologies (India) has soared over 26% at Rs 183 in noon deals on back of heavy volumes.
The stock opened at Rs 145 and touched a low of Rs 141 on NSE. A combined 12 million shares change hands on the counter till 1300 hours against an average sub 7 million shares that were traded daily in past two weeks on NSE and BSE.
Shares of the embattled Financial Technologies (India), the promoter of the National Spot Exchange, have rallied 60% so far in current month from Rs 114 on August 30, after the company said it will seek shareholder approval to raise Rs 1,000 crore to fund its future growth opportunities.
The board of directors has already approved the proposal and is being placed before the shareholders for approval in the forthcoming annual general meeting to be held on September 25 in Chennai.
Financial Technologies (India) intends to explore all the fund-raising opportunities, including international and domestic public offerings, Global Depository Receipts, American Depository Receipts and any other security linked to shares in both the domestic and international markets.
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