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Shrimp exporting companies fall up to 8% after US hikes anti-dumping duty

SI Reporter/Mumbai 12 Mar 18 | 01:06 PM

Shares of companies engaged in shrimp production business have dipped by up to 8% on the BSE in intra-day trade after the United States, the largest market for Indian seafood, hiked anti-dumping duty on Indian shrimp exports to 2.34% from earlier 0.84%.

Waterbase (down 8% at Rs 271), Avanti Feeds (4.4% at Rs 2,254) and Apex Frozen Foods (3.3% at Rs 631) were down up to 8% on the BSE in intra-day trade in otherwise firm market. On comparison, the S&P BSE Sensex was up 1% at 33,631 points at 12:48 pm.

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For the financial year 2016-17, the USA accounted 11% of total revenue for Avanti Feeds.

In past one year all these three stocks (Avanti Feeds up 221%) and Waterbase (214%) had outperformed the market by surging more 200%, while Apex Frozen Feeds zoomed 273% against its issue price of Rs 175 per share. On comparison, the benchmark index up 16% during the period till Friday. 

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