Ex Dividend and bonus Stocks this week Nestle India ONGC Cochin Shipyard Powergrid

Stock market investors are going to get huge earning opportunities in the week starting from 12th February. In the week starting from Monday, shares of about 50 companies are going ex-dividend, which include many big names like Cochin Shipyard, Nestle India, ONGC.

Shares of these big companies in queue

Shareholders of Cochin Shipyard, among the major shares going ex-dividend during the week starting Monday, will get an interim dividend at the rate of Rs 3.5 per share. Whereas Engineers India is giving interim dividend at the rate of Rs 2, Torrent Pharma Rs 22, Gulf Oil Rs 16, Dr Lal Pathlabs Rs 12, Nestle India Rs 7, Power Grid Corporation Rs 4.5 and IRCON International Rs 1.8 per share. Shareholders of Procter & Gamble are going to get an interim dividend of Rs 50 and a special dividend of Rs 150.

Complete list of shares going ex-dividend:

12 February (Monday): Automobile Corporation of Goa Limited, Banaras Beads Limited, Carborundum Universal Limited, Clean Science & Technology Limited, Cochin Shipyard Limited, Engineers India Limited, Great Eastern Shipping Company Limited, Goodyear India Limited, Quess Corp Limited, Styrenics Performance Materials Limited, Thangamayil Jewelery Limited , Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

13 February (Tuesday): Gulf Oil Lubricants India Limited, Indo Thai Securities Limited, K.P.R. Mill Limited, Dr. Lal Pathlabs Limited, Orient Electric Limited, SMC Global Securities Limited, Steelcast Limited, Tube Investments of India Limited, Tamil Nadu Newsprint & Papers Limited.

14 February (Wednesday): Archean Chemical Industries Limited, Dhanuka Agritech Limited, Goodluck India Limited, HIL Limited, Minda Corporation Limited, Procter & Gamble Health Limited, Sumitomo Chemical India Limited.

15 February (Thursday): MAN Infraconstruction Limited, CCL Products (India) Limited, Nestle India, Power Grid Corporation of India, UNO Minda Limited.

16 February (Friday): Seven Technologies Limited, Aarti Pharmalabs Limited, Akzo Nobel India Limited, Alkem Laboratories Limited, Bajaj Consumer Care Limited, Banco Products (India) Limited, BEML Limited, Computer Age Management Services Limited, Dalmia Bharat Sugar & Industries Limited, DISA India Limited, Emami Ltd., IOL Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd., IRCON International Ltd., J.B. Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd., JK Paper Ltd., JK Tire & Industries Ltd., Manappuram Finance Ltd., NLC India Ltd., ONGC, Orient Cement Ltd., Page Industries Ltd., Shivalik Bimetal Controls Ltd., Siyaram Silk Mills Ltd., Sundaram Finance Ltd., Torrent Power Ltd. , Triveni Turbine Limited, Vidhi Specialty Food Ingredients Limited.

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