Balmer Lawrie & Company Drops Ex-dividend

Meanwhile, the BSE Sensex fell 215.94 points, or 1.26% to 16,949.60

On BSE, 5396 shares were traded in the counter compared to the average volume of 5,342 shares over the last two weeks.

The action peaked at 648 rupees and a minimum of Rs 625 so far during the day.

Before starting the ex-dividend, photography offered a dividend yield of 3.92% based on the closing price of Rs 662.60 on Thursday, September 8, 2011.

Balmer Lawrie & Company has interests in industrial packaging, greases and lubricants, performance chemicals and Tours & Travel, infrastructure and logistics services and engineering and technology. NRI online trading account


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