10 Indian stocks to watch: Tata motors, Reliance Communications, Jet Airways, more

Written by Reuters | Updated: Feb 11 2014, 14:32pm hrs
Indian stocksTop newsmaker stocks to watch on Tuesday include Tata motors, Novelis Inc, Reliance Communications, Jet Airways. Reuters
10 newsmaker stocks to watch include Tata motors, Novelis Inc, Reliance Communications, Jet Airways.

Tata Motors Q3 net profit triples on Jaguar Land Rover sales

Novelis Inc reports Q3 sales of $2.4 billion

Taro Q3 earnings per share $2.59

India's Reliance Communications names former Bharti exec as CEO

US launches new trade action against India over solar program

NMDC to pay record 850 pct interim dividend

Jet Airways to raise $300 mn debt to retire high-cost loans

Ministerial group suggests scrapping 30 captive coal blocks

Ashok Leyland board slashes MD's remuneration by 21 pct

India's BGR Energy Systems Oct-Dec net down 19 pct

GSK's $1 bln share tender offer for Indian unit to start Feb 18

India's Jaiprakash Associates posts Oct-December net loss


* US Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen's speech later in the day.

* Earnings: Tata Steel, Dr.Reddy's Laboratories , Hindustan Petroleum Corp

* India-Trade data for April-January period on Feb 11 at 11.00 IST (0530 GMT)

* The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers will release sales data for January, with car sales expected to fall for the fourth straight month.

* Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan will attend a felicitation event organised by his management alumni

* The RBI said on Friday 12 states will sell at least 115.45 billion rupees ($1.85 billion) via 10-year loans on Feb. 11.


* NSE Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange are up 0.2 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index gains 0.9 percent.

* Asian markets settled in for a session of consolidation on Tuesday as investors waited to hear the new head of the U.S. Federal Reserve's outlook for the economy and policy, with most expecting a reaffirmation of the status quo.

* U.S. stocks ended with modest gains on Monday as investors digested recent market gains and looked ahead to new Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's first testimony before lawmakers.