Adani group companies as well as NSDL
clarified that the Demat accounts of three foreign funds-Albula Investment Fund, Cresta Fund and APMS Investment Fund holding shares in group companies 'are not frozen'.
Among the individual stocks, shares of APSEZ were up 7 per cent at Rs 745 on the BSE in intra-day on Monday, rising 15 per cent in the past two trading days, after the promoters bought over 3.5 million shares of the company via the open market.
On June 18, 2021, Worldwide Emerging Market Holding Ltd, the promoter group of the company, purchased 1.64 million shares, representing a 0.08 per cent stake, worth Rs 111 crore of the company via the open market, according to disclosure made by APSEZ today. The promoter bought these shares at an average price of Rs 676.57 per share, data shows. Post-acquisition, Worldwide Emerging Market Holding Ltd's holding in APSEZ increased to 3.89 per cent from 3.81 per cent earlier.
Earlier, on June 17, 2021, Infinite Trade and Investment Ltd, the promoter group of the company had purchased 1.93 million shares, representing a 0.09 per cent stake, worth Rs 126.81 crore of the company via the open market, according to disclosure made by APSEZ on June 19, 2021. The promoter bought these shares at an average price of Rs 656.88 per share, data shows. Infinite Trade and Investment Ltd had nil holding in the company prior to the acquisition of these shares. The name of the sellers not ascertained immediately. CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS
Infinite Trade and Investment Ltd also purchased 9.1 million shares or 0.55 per cent stake, worth Rs 1,073 crore in Adani Green Energy between June 10 and June 18, the exchange data shows. The names of the sellers were not ascertained immediately. CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS
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