The key stocks that moved the most on September 30
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Indian Overseas Bank | The stock was stuck in its top 20% circuit for much of the session today, but ended its day high at Rs 22.90, up 11.7%. Today’s surge is due to the Reserve Bank of India removing the lender from the APC (Early Corrective Action) framework.
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Birla Company | The certificate rose 6% after the company said it would increase its annual cement production capacity to 30 million tonnes by 2027 from its previous target of increasing production capacity to 25 million. tonnes by 2025.
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Nifty Realty | The sector index advanced the most, ending up 1.5%. DLF, Oberoi Realty and Brigade Enterprises contributed the most to the index’s gains. These ended up over 1-4 percent higher.
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Industrial bank | Shares of the lender had risen earlier in trading today, but failed to hold onto the gains and ended down nearly 1%. The bank acquired 4.79% stake in ailing tea plantation company McLeod Russel India by citing 50 lakh of company shares. (Image: Company)
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Persistent systems | The stock ended up 5%, with the company acquiring Software Corporation International and its subsidiary Fusion360, as well as Shree Partners and its Indian subsidiary.