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Gujarat Alkalies And Chemicals Ltd (GALK.NS)

GALK.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

890.60INR
22 Jan 2018
Change (% chg)

Rs14.60 (+1.67%)
Prev Close
Rs876.00
Open
Rs876.00
Day's High
Rs900.00
Day's Low
Rs860.15
Volume
172,080
Avg. Vol
263,599
52-wk High
Rs935.00
52-wk Low
Rs355.70

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

India's Gujarat Alkalies & Chemicals Sept-qtr profit rises
Wednesday, 8 Nov 2017 

Nov 8 (Reuters) - Gujarat Alkalies & Chemicals Ltd ::Sept quarter profit 1.06 billion rupees versus 874.2 million rupees year ago.Sept quarter revenue from operations 5.95 billion rupees versus 5.87 billion rupees year ago.  Full Article

India's Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals March-qtr profit falls
Friday, 26 May 2017 

May 26 (Reuters) - Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Ltd :March quarter net profit 871 million rupees versus profit1.15 billion rupees year ago.March quarter total income from operations 5.90 billion rupees versus 6.23 billion rupees year ago.Recommended dividend of 5 rupees per share.  Full Article

Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals approves establishment of 14000 MTPA H2O2 plant at dahej
Friday, 29 Jul 2016 

Gujarat Alkalies And Chemicals Ltd : Approved establishment of 14000 MTPA hydrogen peroxide plant at Dahej with estimated project cost of INR 1.43 billion . Project cost to be funded from internal accruals/surplus generated from internal operations .  Full Article

Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Ltd announces change in managing director
Thursday, 18 Feb 2016 

Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Ltd:Says that it has appointed P. K. Gera as managing director of the company vice A. M. Tiwari w.e.f. the date he takes over charge of post of managing director of the company.Says the company will intimate in due course to stock exchanges when P. K. Gera, will take charge as managing director of the company.  Full Article

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Sensex ends higher as Modi's party leads in state polls

Indian shares reversed earlier losses to end higher on Monday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party appeared to win elections in his home state of Gujarat for a sixth term as counting of votes progressed.