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Don't sell off in a hurry, find out why the promoter has pledged shares

While pledging is usually a sign of financial distress, sometimes the promoter may be raising capital he can deploy for attractive returns

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Sanjay Kumar Singh  |  New Delhi 



Don't sell off in a hurry, find out why the promoter has pledged shares

When the news of a company's promoter pledging his shares for the first time — or of him raising the level of even higher — hits the market, investors usually perceive the news negatively. Experts suggest that they should investigate the reasons behind pledging before they react.

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First Published: Tue, February 27 2018. 22:09 IST

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