The composition of the Nifty50 index is unlikely to change during the semi-annual review, slated for September. The two key stocks in contention — Info Edge and Avenue Supermarts — are yet to fulfil the inclusion criteria, even as the cutoff date of July 30 nears. This despite the Nifty positions of state-owned Indian Oil and Coal India — the lowest-ranked index constituents, in terms of free-float market capitalisation — appear in danger.
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First Published: Sun, July 25 2021. 23:34 IST