Ace investor Mukul Mahavir Agrawal has added smallcap companies WPIL and De Nora India to his portfolio during the March quarter, according to data from the BSE. Agrawal holds a 1.16% stake in WPIL and 1.37% stake in De Nora India. He publicly holds 57 stocks with a net worth of over INR 2,762.7 crore, including Capacite Infraprojects and TAAL Enterprises.
Agrawal holds 113,000 equity shares orShivendra Kumara 1.16% stake in WPIL. The Kolkata-based company is in the business of designing, developing, manufacturing, erecting, commissioning and servicing pumps and pumping systems. Through its group companies, WPIL also has operations in the UK, Italy, France, Switzerland, South Africa, Zambia, Australia and Thailand.
WPIL shares were trading at Rs 2,636.10 on the BSE at 10:50 am on Thursday, down by Rs 32.60 or 1.22% from the Wednesday closing price.
Agrawal also added De Nora India during the March quarter and held 72,785 equity shares or 1.37% stake in the company, according to Trendlyne data. The worth of his holding stands at Rs 7.7 crore. The stock was trading at Rs 1,061.95 on the BSE and was up by Rs 106.70 or 11.17% from the previous closing price.
De Nora is a Goa-based manufacturer and coater of noble metal-coated electrodes, electrolyzers, and coating solutions for the electrochemical industries
Agrawal publicly holds 57 stocks with a net worth of over Rs 2,762.7 crore, according to Trendlyne.
The other stocks that are part of his portfolio include TAAL Enterprises and Capacite Infraprojects. According to Trendlyne, in the former, his holding is 277,931 equity shares or 8.92%, worth nearly Rs 50 crore, while in the latter, it is 1,300,000 or 1.9%.
Capacite shares were trading at Rs 130.55, down by Rs 0.90 or 0.68% on the BSE, while TAAL Enterprises shares were trading at Rs 1,765, higher by Rs 1.75 or 0.10%.
Some other stocks that he held in Q3 include Delta Corp, Gati, and Indo Count Industries and their latest shareholding data is yet to be updated on BSE.
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