Jindal Saw stocks climbs 7% on BSE

PTI Mumbai | Updated on January 05, 2011 Published on January 05, 2011

Jindal Saw on Wednesday surged nearly seven per cent in the early trade on the BSE, after the OP Jindal group firm yesterday, inked a lease pact with the Rajasthan Government for mining iron ore in the State.

Yesterday, the pipes manufacturer Jindal Saw announced a lease agreement with the Rajasthan Government to mine iron ore for 30 years from a deposit containing an estimated 180 million tonnes of resources.

Buoyed by the development, shares of Jindal Saw started the day on a robust note and jumped by 6.83 per cent to touch a month-high of Rs 208 a piece on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

The scrip witnessed a similar upside on the National Stock Exchange and gained 6.66 per cent to quote at Rs 208 in the morning session.

Rise in the Jindal Saw counter was significant, as the broader market was subdued.

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Published on January 05, 2011
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