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

Written by Reuters | Updated: Feb 10 2014, 19:48pm hrs
Indian stocks10 newsmaker stocks to watch include Tata Steel, DLF, Reliance Communications, Jet Airways, more. Reuters
10 newsmaker stocks to watch include Tata Steel, DLF, Reliance Communications, Jet Airways, more.

India cuts growth forecast to less than 5 pct before election

Squeeze likely in Plan spending for FY15

Telecom funds to come with many bank riders

Tata Steel exits $5 bln Vietnam project

DLF sells Amanresorts to its founder

Buyout PE funds in race to take control of CARE ratings

India's Thomas Cook to merge with Sterling Holiday in $140 mn deal

Investors in Indian commodity exchanges jump ship as trade sinks

RBI eases lending norms for microfinance institutions

Roche bans rivals from comparing copycat drugs to Herceptin

India's Reliance Communications Q3 misses estimates

India's Jet Airways makes fourth straight quarterly loss

Russia offers stake in 10 exploration blocks to India's ONGC: Minister

Madhucon plans to sell 74 pct stake in project

Lanco in talks with four buyers for Udupi project

India's Sun TV Network Oct-Dec net down 2.15 pct

India's Puravankara Projects Oct-Dec net down 68.86 pct

India's Reliance Capital Oct-Dec net jumps 64.36 pct

India has no plans now to reduce import duty on gold

India's Corporation Bank Oct-Dec net down 58.2 pct

India's Godrej Industries Oct-Dec net down 63.65 pct

India's Jain Irrigation Systems posts Oct-Dec net profit

United Bank Of India posts Oct-Dec qtr net loss

India 900 Mhz spectrum band price surges 90 pct in Delhi

Russia's Kalashnikov to open weapons factory in India

DCM Shriram to form JV with Axiall for polymer compounding business

Piramal Glass says got delisting proposal from promoter

Govt orders Reliance Industries Ltd to stop retail of local LPG

DCGI asks Novartis to explain 'violations' in papers on drug manufacture


* Financial results on Monday: NMDC Ltd, Tata Motors.


* NSE Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange are up 0.30 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index gains 0.37 percent.

* Asian markets made guarded gains on Monday, encouraged that Wall Street was able to weather a seemingly disappointing U.S. jobs report, though there is more than enough event risk ahead to keep investors cautious.

* US stocks jumped on Friday, giving the S&P 500 its first weekly gain in four as the impact of a weak reading on the labour market was dulled by harsh weather conditions and traders focused on expectations of further economic strength.