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Investors should keep an eye on these upcoming corporate actions in January

















A purchasing movement was seen in the metals, IT and 11 of the 15 Nifty sectors indices, which all closed in the green.





The S&P BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty50 Indian leading indices started the week strongly, snapping a three-day losing run. The broader market Nifty50 closed at 17,956.60, up 98.40 points or 0.55 percent, while the Sensex ended at 60,261.18, up 303 points or 0.51 percent. Nifty Bank, a banking index, closed at 42,371.25, up 289 points or 0.69 percent.  


  


A purchasing movement was seen in the metals, IT and 11 of the 15 Nifty sectors indices, which all closed in the green. Nifty PSU Bank (+1.35 per cent), Nifty Metal (+1.27 per cent) and Nifty IT (+0.74 per cent) were the three best-performing indices. Nifty Consumer Durables had the worst performances (-1.03 per cent). Both the Nifty Pharma and Nifty FMCG sectors experienced slight declines.  


  


Below is a table of the upcoming corporate actions in the month of January: – 


Bonus Issue:








Company Name   Bonus    Bonus Date  
KPI Green Energy   1:1   18-01-2023  
Goldstar Power   4:5   21-01-2023  


 


Dividend:



















Company Name   Dividend Date  
TCS (Interim)   January 16, 2023  
TCS (Special)   January 16, 2023  
HCL Technologies   January 19, 2023  
Shraddha Infraprojects   January 21, 2023  
Angel One   January 24, 2023  
Gothi Plascon (India)   January 24, 2023  
Havells India   January 25, 2023  
National Aluminium Company   January 25, 2023  
Persistent Systems   January 25, 2023  
Surya Roshni   January 27, 2023  
360 One Wam   January 30, 2023  
Banaras Beads   January 30, 2023  
Ramkrishna Forgings   January 31, 2023  


 


Rights Issue:









Company Name   Rights Issue  
Indowind Energy   2 shares for every 5 shares held @ Rs 12  
Aarti Surfactants   2 shares for every 17 shares held @ Rs 555  
Markoliness Pavement Technologies   5 shares for every 32 shares held @ Rs 167  































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