10 Indian stocks to watch: Reliance Infrastructure, Ambuja Cements, ACC more

Written by Reuters | Mumbai | Updated: Feb 6 2014, 17:31pm hrs
BrokersEarnings of Reliance Infrastructure Ltd, Ambuja Cements and ACC are expected on Thursday.
The 10 newsmaker stocks to watch on Thursday include Reliance Infrastructure Ltd, Ambuja Cements Ltd, ACC Ltd and more:

GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP

* Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange are up 0.27 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index gains 1 percent.

* Asian shares took a tentative step forward on Thursday as investors remained wary after the recent selloff in emerging markets raised concerns about the global economic outlook.

* U.S. stocks slipped on Wednesday as technical support offset the latest batch of mixed data, which failed to lift sentiment after a string of soft economic indicators earlier in the week.

KEY FACTORS/EVENTS TO WATCH

* Earnings on Thursday: Reliance Infrastructure Ltd, Ambuja Cements, ACC earnings

* India's environment minister Veerappa Moily, who is also the country's oil minister, to address the 3-day Delhi Sustainable Development Summit.

* India to sell 100 billion rupees of bonds on Feb. 7, India's central bank said.

INDIAN STOCKS TO WATCH

* India partly completes bond switch programme, cancels deferred borrowing: RBI

* As gold supplies are squeezed, India's jewellery imports soar

* ICRA assigns negative outlook to Reliance Infra's 2 road projects

* Ssangyong Motor looking to report its first annual profit

* Videocon may exit Indonesian oil block

* India telecoms spectrum bids reach $8 billion official

* India issues global tender for building new Mumbai airport

* Delhi discoms get temporary relief

* Maharashtra shows the way, regulator allows hike of 80-90p per unit in FY15 to pay past dues

* BP seeks licence to market jet fuel in India

* Blue Dart Express Oct-Dec net down 48.81 pct

* Bharti Airtel rejigs African operations

* As quality control violations rise, US FDA chief heads to India

* Cognizant sees revenue below Street, shares fall

* Gilead to license hepatitis C drug to lower-cost manufacturers in India

* Jubilant group may exit chemicals business to reduce debt

Govt allows FIIs, NRIs to invest in insurance sector