Pfizer, Bharat Heavy Electricals, most newsworthy & visible Mid-Cap firms in Q1 of 2022 : Wizikey Report

Pfizer Limited, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), and RBL Bank Limited emerged as the most visible Mid-cap companies of Q1 2022, according to Wizikey's  latest report on the Top 10 Mid-cap Companies of Q1 2022.

Mid-cap companies continued their buzz with their stock prices, partnership, expansion, acquisition, and growth and the report by Wizikey gives an insight into the most popular and noteworthy Mid-cap companies of Q1 2022 who are grabbing the headlines.

The rankings are based on Wizikey’s metric News Score which measures news visibility for brands & individuals by analyzing the volume of news, headlines presence, the reach of publications, and much more. Wizikey’s AI and ML technology gathers media intelligence from over 10 million news articles across 5000+ distinct publications.

Pfizer Limited ranked number 1. Pfizer has been in the news for many different reasons including COVID-19 vaccines for kids and a COVID-19 vaccine booster, to name a few.

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited ranked number 2 on the list. The company was making headlines for its stocks and the recent order to supply compact heat exchanger sets for Tejas aircraft. RBL Bank Limited, on the other hand, grabbed the 3rd spot. Among many other stories, RBL drew attention when RBI gave a three-month extension to its interim managing director and CEO.

Others on the list are Motilal Oswal Financial Services Limited (4), Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Limited (5), Indiamart Intermesh Limited (6), JM Financial Limited (7), Emami Limited (8), Whirlpool of India Limited (9), and NBCC (India) Limited (10).

Commenting on the report, Anshul Sushil, co-founder of Wizikey says, “This report celebrates the most popular and influential MidCaps of Q1 2022. It gives you tangible information on what you can do to improve your brand visibility and helps you understand where you stand in comparison to other leading companies. The insightful analysis and benchmarks can help communications teams build a stronger, more relevant brand. We'll be interested to see how their news trajectory changes in coming quarters.”

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