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The stock rose 174% in the 21 days following the lifting of the suspension

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Promotions Products were locked in the top chain for 21 consecutive trading days, up 5 percent to Rs 21.30 on the BSE on Tuesday. Shares of the agricultural company rose 174 percent from Rs 7.77 on April 6, 2022 after stock exchanges lifted the suspension of securities trading. The shares were last traded on May 3, 2021 and ended at 7.55 rupees on the BVFB.

Yes 12:59; the combined 11,015 shares went into the hands of pending warrants to buy 2.17 million shares of NSE and BSE. By comparison, S&P BSE Sensex rose 0.55 percent to 54,771 points.



Currently, Foods trades under group T on BSE and in category BE on NSE. In the T2T and BE segments, each transaction must result in a delivery, and intra-day credit is not allowed.

“Suspension of stock trading The products will be canceled from April 6, 2022. The company’s securities trading will resume in Group T, BSE said. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

Kohinoor Foods is mainly engaged in the production, trade and marketing of food products. The company offers a wide range to meet the needs of consumers around the world – from a wide range of basmati rice, ready-made curries and dishes, ready-made sauces, pasta, chutneys, spices and condiments to frozen bread, snacks, healthy grains and edible oils.

Kohinoor’s most powerful brand is known in countries such as the United States, the UAE, Canada, Australia, the Middle East, Singapore, Japan, Mauritius and other European countries.

Meanwhile, Kohinoor Foods on April 27, 2022 announced that the board had approved a proposal to raise funds by issuing shares not exceeding Rs 49.50 for the company’s relevant shareholders, and a date or record or ratio will be determined later. board.

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