Maxis-Aircel deal plunges Sun TV 8.55 per cent

 BENGALURU:  Reports that both the Maran brothers were questioned by the enforcement directorate (ED) under the provisions of the money laundering act early this week brought down the share price of Sun TV Network (Sun TV) on the bourses today. The ED questioned the Maran brothers – Dayanadhi and Kalanithi about the Aircel-Maxis deal, according to media reports.

The script closed 8.55 per cent down (down by Rs 32.15) at Rs 343.75 per equity share having face value of Rs 5 on the BSE. There was a spurt in traded volumes by 1.46 times and the stock had breached the 338.35 circuit to reach a low of Rs 335.65 on the BSE. The stock on 12 December opened at Rs 376 after it had closed on 11 December at Rs 375.90. The intraday high for Sun TV was Rs 379.60. The Total Traded Quantity (TTQ) on the BSE was 2.59 lakh shares with a turnover of Rs 9 crore, against a 2 week TTQ average of 1.49 lakh shares per day. The S&P BSE Sensex fell 0.91 per cent (down 251.33 points) to Rs 27350.68 today.

 Note: 100,00,000 = 100 lakh = 10 million = 1 crore.

 On the NSE, the stock fell 7.88 per cent (down Rs 29.65) to Rs 346.70 from its previous close of Rs 376.35. It opened at Rs 379.35 on the NSE with a High/Low of Rs 379.35/Rs 320.55. The traded volume of Sun TV shares on the NSE was 21,50,608 at a traded value of Rs 7,485.19 lakh. The NSE CNX Nifty fell 0.8.3 per cent (68.8 points) to 8224.10 at close of trading day today.

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