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Indian Bank, Fortis, Adani Green Energy: Here are the Top Stocks in Focus Today

Image for representation. (Reuters photo)

Image for representation. (Reuters photo)

SGX Nifty, which acts as an indicator for Nifty50 and Sensex, was trading 4.50 points or 0.03 percent lower at 13,977.00 at 7 am.

SGX Nifty, which acts as an indicator for Nifty50 and Sensex, was trading 4.50 points or 0.03 percent lower at 13,977.00 at 7 am. This means a flat start for the Indian market. 

Here is the list of the best stocks for investors today:

Shriram Transport Finance: In order to raise funds, the company has approved allotment of Rs 240 crore Non-convertible debentures (NCDs). The funds raised from this are going to be utilised for onlending to grow the asset book. 

Indian Bank: With the help of perpetual bond, the bank has raised Rs 392 crore. 

FDC:The addition of a Blow-Fill-Seal (BFS) machine will expand the production of the company. 

Ortin Laboratories: The company’s scheme of arrangement with Vineet Laboratories along with their shareholders and creditors has been sanctioned by the National Company Law Tribunal.

Fortis Healthcare: The long term rating for the line of credit for SRL Limited and SRL Diagnostics Private Limited — two of the subsidiaries of Fortis — has been upgraded by Investment Information and Credit Rating Agency.

Electrotherm (India): The company failed to honour the payment of the term loan and working capital loan (which amounts to Rs 0.62 crore), due for Wednesday 30. 

Sangam India: At a price of Rs 50 per equity share, 40 lakh equity shares have been approved by the company. This makes a total of Rs 20 crore. 

Ansal Properties & Infrastructure: The entire 66.24 percent stake of the company in Greater Noida’s IT SEZ will be sold to the Misgun group. 

Adani Green Energy: A 100 megawatt solar power project in Gujarat’s Khirasara has been approved by the company.

Filatex India: The installation of a captive rooftop solar power generation of 1.0 MW at Dahej and 0.4 MW at Dadra has been successfully completed. On December 30, commercial operation also started.

NHPC: Biswajit Basu has been appointed as the Director (Projects).