(PTI) Shares of NDTV Ltd continued to climb for the second consecutive day on Thursday and touched the upper circuit limit of ₹407.60 on the National Stock Exchange amid the Adani group making an offer to take over the media firm.
On NSE as well as BSE, the scrip jumped 5 per cent in opening trade and touched the respective upper circuit limits.
The company's shares rose 5 per cent to ₹407.60 apiece on NSE, also its 52-week high, after closing at ₹388.20 on Wednesday.
Similarly, NDTV Ltd gained 5 per cent to ₹403.70 per share on BSE. It is also the 52-week high for the company on the bourse.
In the morning trade, the 30-share benchmark Sensex surged more than 351 points to 59,436.78 points while the broader Nifty rose 101 points to 17,706 points.
On Wednesday also, shares of NDTV Ltd had touched the upper circuit limits, the highest permissible trading limit for the day.
In a stunning move on Tuesday, the Adani group announced launching an open offer to acquire an additional 26 per cent stake in NDTV Ltd after an indirect acquisition of 29.18 per cent shareholding in the company.