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Hindalco Industries Ltd (HALC.NS)

HALC.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

234.00INR
3:58pm IST
Change (% chg)

Rs1.95 (+0.84%)
Prev Close
Rs232.05
Open
Rs233.25
Day's High
Rs238.70
Day's Low
Rs231.45
Volume
16,400,986
Avg. Vol
11,227,336
52-wk High
Rs284.00
52-wk Low
Rs181.60

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Tue, Apr 24 2018

BUZZ-Indian metal stocks fall as aluminium prices continue slide

** Metal stocks tumble, with the NSE Metal index dropping as much as 3.3 pct, its biggest intraday pct loss since March 23

BUZZ-Indian metal stocks gain; LME aluminium hits near 7-year high

** India's metal index surges as much as 3.6 pct to highest since March 6

BUZZ-India's Hindalco gains most in 2-1/2 months; risk reward favourable - analysts

** Hindalco Industries Ltd rises as much as 4.9 pct at 209 rupees; top pct gainer in NSE index

BUZZ-Indian metal stocks falter; Hindalco top loser on NSE index

** Indian metal stocks declined in early trade, with the Nifty metal index down as much as 3.3 pct to 3,432.30, lowest since Sept. 25, 2017

BUZZ-MS cuts India's Hindalco Industries to 'equalweight' as volumes peak

** Morgan Stanley cuts Hindalco Industries to 'equalweight' from 'overweight' and PT to 256 rupees from 292 rupees

Hindalco Industries Q3 profit jumps 17.7 percent

India's top aluminium producer Hindalco Industries Ltd reported a 17.7 percent rise in quarterly profit on Friday, helped by higher metal prices.

India's Hindalco Industries Q3 profit jumps 17.7 pct

Feb 2 India's top aluminium producer Hindalco Industries Ltd reported a 17.7 percent rise in quarterly profit on Friday, helped by higher metal prices.

BRIEF-India's Hindalco Industries Dec-Qtr Profit Up About 17 Pct

* DEC QUARTER PROFIT 3.77 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS PROFIT OF 3.21 BILLION RUPEES LAST YEAR

MEDIA-Hindalco is said to Bid for $2.5 bln aluminum firm Aleris - Bloomberg

-- Note: Reuters has not verified this story and does not vouch for its accuracy

Indian shares flat ahead of derivatives expiry; metal stocks up

Dec 28 Indian shares were little changed on Thursday ahead of expiry of derivatives contracts and on lingering concerns over government borrowing exceeding target, but metals stocks such as Vedanta Ltd rose tracking global commodity prices.

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