Mumbai: Among the key bulk deals on Friday, promoter Tata Sons further cemented its stake in Tata Chemicals, while packaged food maker ADF Foods continued to see a churn in its shareholding pattern.
Of the frontline indices, benchmark Sensex scaled the 45,000-mark for the first time ever, and closed 1 per cent higher at 45,080, while the peer Nifty climbed nearly a per cent to close at 13,259.
Here’s who bought and sold what in some of the key bulk and block deals of the day:
>> Promoter Tata Sons yet again hiked its stake in Tata Chemicals as it bought 25,71,651 shares at Rs 471.88 per share. Earlier this month, it bought 18,07,245 shares of Tata Chemicals. It already held 29.39 per cent stake in the company at the end of September.
>> C Worldwide Global Equities Ethical bought 21,13,082 shares of Housing Development Finance Corp (HDFC) from C Worldwide for Rs 2,253.90 per share.
>> BofA Securities Europe SA bought 20,70,000 shares of IndusInd Bank from UBS Principal Capital Asia at Rs 891.40 per share.
>> Authum Investment & Infrastructure and Dangi Alpana Sanjay sold 2,00,000 shares each of ADF Foods to Infinity Holdings at Rs 501.20 per share.
>> Rajasthan Global Securities bought 1,13,588 shares of Apollo Pipes at Rs 680 per share.
Here are all the BSE bulk deals:
Here are all the BSE block deals:
Here are all the NSE bulk deals:
Here are all the NSE block deals: