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Moneylife Digital Team | 25/08/2011 04:55 PM | 

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Titan Industries rose 1% and Cadila Healthcare ended flat, while Orchid Chemicals plunged 13%

Gainers: Healthy retail growth in jewellery and watches has pushed up Titan Industries’ year-on-year net profit by 76.4% for the quarter ended 30th June. The net profit was at Rs143.36 crore (Rs81.28 crore), while net sales grew by 62.1% at Rs2,020.51 crore (Rs1,252.76 crore). The jewellery business grew by 71.9% to Rs1,633.74 crore and the watches segment contributed Rs313 crore to the overall turnover (a growth of 23.2%). The stock gained 1% in the fortnight. GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare reported a 14.92% increase in net profit to Rs82.46 ...


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