Nucleus Software Exports The recent shareholding pattern of India’s leading investor Dolly Khanna has shown a slight reduction in her stake in the IT company. According to the company’s shareholding pattern for the July-September 2021 quarter, Dolly Khanna’s stake in the company is 1.03 per cent, down from 1.09 per cent in the April-June quarter.
According to the shareholding pattern of Nucleus Software Exports for the quarter July-September 2021, Dolly Khanna’s stake in the company is 2,99,720 equity shares i.e. 1.03 per cent. Which is less than their holding in the April-June quarter. According to the company’s shareholding pattern for the April-June quarter, Dolly Khanna’s stake in Nucleus Software was 3,16,831 equity shares i.e. 1.09 percent in this quarter. This means that the Chennai-based investor, who specializes in picking up unknown quality stocks, cut his stake in Nucleus Software by 17,111 shares in the September quarter.
Significantly, Dolly Khanna’s portfolio is managed by her husband Rajeev Khanna. Their portfolio includes manufacturing, textile, chemicals and sugar stocks. According to Trendlyne, Dolly Khanna has a holding of Rs 363 crore in 14 shares.
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If we look at the movement of the shares of Nucleus Software, so far this year, this stock has seen a decline of 6.50 percent and it is seen falling from Rs 624 to around Rs 582.95. Any rally in this stock is followed by immediate selling. The stock has been under selling pressure in the first three months of 2021. But it has also made a closing high of Rs 724.20 after a sharp upmove in 2021 itself. After making this high on July 2, the stock has again come under selling pressure.
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