By Malvika Gurung
Investing.com -- Telecom Stocks: Reliance (NS: RELI ) Jio emerged as the largest bidder for the 5G spectrum, bagging a total of 24,740 MHz of the spectrum with a Rs 88,078 crore bid. Bharti Airtel (NS: BRTI ) has bought a 19,867 MHz airwave for Rs 43,084 crore, and Vodafone Idea (NS: VODA ) has made a bid of Rs 18,784 crore.
NMDC (NS: NMDC ): The state-owned mineral producer’s iron ore production declined 33% YoY to 2.05 MT in July and sales dropped 10.33% YoY to 2.95 MT.
Pfizer (NS: PFIZ ) : The pharma major has received purchase consideration from Mylan for Rs 180.48 crore, on transferring the Upjohn business which comprses 6 brands, including Lyrica and Viagra.
IIFL Finance (NS: IIFL ): The financial services company has announced opening over 100 branches and aims to double its business in the affordable segment to 20% in the upcoming years.
Bharat Electronics (NS: BAJE ): The state-owned company’s board will conduct a meeting on August 4, 2022, and consider proposing a bonus share issue to shareholders.
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