Stock market news that you should not miss today - February 16, 2021

Here is the important stock market news to watch out for today.

Here is the important stock market news to watch out for today.

  • Markets to open on a muted note; support @15,150, resistance at 15,450.
  • FIIs bought shares worth Rs1234.15cr (cash), sold Rs1048.55cr in index futures.
  • US markets were closed for Holiday on Monday. Asian markets opened with gains on Tuesday.
  • Brent crude was 0.32% higher at $63.50 per barrel.
  • Titan Company: CaratLane Trading Private Limited (CaratLane), a subsidiary of the Company, that it had incorporated a Wholly Owned Subsidiary namely “StudioC Inc.” in the state of Delaware, USA.
  • Future Retail: The company has received communication from advocates of Amazon informing that Amazon filed a special leave petition before the Supreme Court on February 13.
  • Wipro announced a five-year strategic partnership with Telef?nica Germany / O2, a leading provider of mobile telecommunications, broadband and landline in Germany. The company also organized the tenth edition of the Wipro earthian awards for the year 2020 on Saturday.
  • Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Monday launched a Neural Automotive and Industrial Experience Center in Troy, Michigan, to help customers reimagine their businesses and accelerate innovation.
  • Tech Mahindra to support End-to-End IT Transformation for Germany Based Telecommunications Provider Telefonica Germany / O2.
  • Nestle India will announce its quarterly financial results on Tuesday.
  • Geojit ties up with Lotusdew to launch small, mid-cap stock basket using AI as part of its Smartfolios platform.
  • Mirae Asset Investment Managers (India) increased stake in Gujarat State Petronet to 5.03% from 4.9998% via open market transaction.
  • Poly Medicure opened its QIP for subscription on February 15 and fixed the floor price at Rs550.79 per share.
  • Siti Networks’s Subsidiary Variety Entertainment sold the balance 1,600 equity shares in Voice Snap Services, to Rajalakshmi Communications and Services for Rs2.4cr.
  • SIS approved the proposal of buyback of upto Rs99.99cr worth of equity shares, at a price of Rs 550 per share.