Wockhardt's shares down on winding-up petition acceptance

Pharmaceutical company Wockhardt's shares tumbled on Monday after the Bombay High Court admitted a winding-up petition from the firm's foreign currency bond holders, RTTNews reports. Shares were down about 5.7 percent on the Bombay Stock Exchange. The court accepted the winding-up petition on Friday. Story

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