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ONGC shares settle 2 pc up on bourses

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Shares of state-owned and (ONGC) today settled with gains of nearly 2 per cent after the company acquired stake in UAE's offshore concession and posted good earnings.

On February 10, and the UAE signed a concessional agreement awarding a consortium of Indian companies, led by the ONGC, a 10 per cent stake in Abu Dhabi's offshore oil concession.

The state-owned Oil and (ONGC) on February 9 had reported a 15 per cent rise in the December quarter net profit as higher prices made up for fall in output.

The MoU between Indian consortium (OVL, BPRL and IOCL) and state-run (ADNOC) was signed for acquisition of 10 per cent participating interest in the offshore Lower Zakum Concession.

Reacting to the development, shares of the company opened on a bullish note at Rs 192, then gained further momentum and touched a high of Rs 194.50, up 3.59 per cent over its previous closing price.

The stock ended the day at Rs 190.85, up 1.65 per cent on the

On the NSE, the stock opened at Rs 192, then surged to a high of Rs 194.50 and finally ended at Rs 191.30, up 2.11 per cent over its previous close.

"As sensitivity to is high, any sharp rally in remains a key trigger for ONGC," Nomura said in a research note.

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First Published: Mon, February 12 2018. 17:45 IST