Symphony Comfort system shares rise by 10 percent

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, June 28, 2010
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Bangalore: The Symphony Comfort system stock was among the top gainers on a day it touched its 52 week high before ending with nearly a 9.99 percent gain. After starting the day at Rs. 405, the stock touched its day high of Rs. 443.05, before closing trade at Rs. 402.80. Through the day, 13,299 shares of Symphony Comfort were traded in the market. The 52 week chart is on the left. Symphony is a joint stock, publicly held, company. It was incorporated on February 5, 1988 as Sanskrut Comfort Systems (SCS). The company commenced its operations with the manufacturing of air-coolers, and has been promoted by Achal Anil Bakeri. Its products are already being sold in U.S., Europe, Middle East, Africa, and South East Asia. They have hit the Indian market by manufacturing electrical home appliances like water heaters, room heaters, washing machines and many more.
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