Ashish Ramesh Chandra Kacholia bought 3,72,128 shares in Agarwal Inds Corp Limited at Rs 505.00 per share on the Nse.

Limited Balaji Infraconclave Private bought 2,00,000 shares in Agni Green Power Limited at Rs 25.77 per share on the Nse.

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Touchline Securities Private Limited sold 3,00,000 shares in Ansal Housing and Construction Limited at Rs 6.72 per share on the Nse.

Ved Prakash Agarwal sold 1,83,000 shares in DCM Limited at Rs 45.52 per share on the Nse.

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Navratri Share Trading Private Limited bought 67,500 shares in Globe International Carriers Limited at Rs 76.69 per share on the Nse.

Solenco Services LLP sold 75,000 shares in Hilton Metal Forging Limited at Rs 46.12 per share on the Nse.

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Smallcap World Fund INC bought 5,54,883 shares in Mastek Limited at Rs 2109.96 per share on the Nse.

Satnam Arora bought 4,70,000 shares in Moksh Ornaments Limited at Rs 18.65 per share on the Nse.

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Avinash Hariom Gupta bought 1,49,013 shares in Oriental Trimex Limited at Rs 14.37 per share on the Nse.

Patel Holdings Limited sold 2,07,296 shares in Patel Integrated Logistic at Rs 16.97 per share on the Nse.

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Albula Investment Fund Limited sold 28,32,492 shares in Spacenet Enters Ind Limited at Rs 9.37 per share on the Nse.

Navodya Enterprises bought 5,00,000 shares in West Coast Paper Mills at Rs 475.16 per share on the Nse.

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A bulk deal is one in which the total number of shares purchased or sold exceeds 0.5% of the company’s share capital. A bulk deal can be completed using either the usual trading window or the block trading window.

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When a major FII, mutual fund, or HNI wishes to acquire a huge block of shares in a specific stock, they frequently choose to employ sliced trades throughout the day. This guarantees that businesses take full advantage of market volatility and are able to minimize their overall acquisition costs.

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Similarly, in the event of bulk selling, the sliced strategy aids in obtaining a higher selling price. Bulk deals must be notified to the exchange by the broker who executes the trade.

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If a bulk deal (exceeding 0.5% of the share capital) is conducted through the block window, the trade must be notified to the exchange promptly. If the total buy or sale of a sliced order during the day exceeds 0.5% of the share capital, the bulk deal must be disclosed to the exchange within 1 hour after the closing of the trade.