10 Indian stocks to watch: Sun Pharma, Bharti Airtel, ONGC, more

Written by Reuters | Updated: Feb 14 2014, 15:04pm hrs
Indian stocksTop newsmaker stocks to watch on Friday include Sun Pharma, Vodafone India, Bharti Airtel, ONGC. Reuters
Top newsmaker stocks to watch on Friday include Sun Pharma, Vodafone India, Bharti Airtel, ONGC.

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* India will release wholesale prices-based inflation data at around 0630 GMT.

* Earnings on Friday: State Bank of India

* India's central bank will conduct a 28-day variable term repo for 200 billion rupees ($3.22 billion)

* Weekly foreign reserves data.


* NSE Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange are up 0.6 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index gains 0.8 percent.

* Asian shares edged higher in early trading on Friday, shrugging off downbeat U.S. economic data that pressured the dollar, which probed nearly three-week low against the euro.

* US stocks closed higher on Thursday, with the Nasdaq rising for a sixth straight day, as investors looked past disappointing data on consumer spending, chalking the weakness up to weather instead of weaker fundamentals.