From Reliance Communications on iPhone 5S, 5C, Tata Motors on FIIs cap and more: 12 shares to watch

Written by Reuters | Updated: Nov 1 2013, 15:32pm hrs
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Market trends, results and announcements have put Reliance Communications Ltd, Tata Motors, GMR Infrastructure and some other stocks under the must-watch list for today.

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* Reliance Communications to offer new iPhone 5S and Iphone 5C for 2,500 rupees per month under 2-year contract

* TVS Motor Company Ltd will turn debt-free by fiscal 2015: CFO

* RBI permits hike in FIIs limit in Tata Motors through DVR

* Tata Motors Singapore to raise $500 million of debt

* New Delhi Airport operator, GMR Infra, seeks US expansion

* Sesa Sterlite July-Sept net up more than four fold -

* Gillette India Sept-quarter net down 39 pct

* Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX) founder Jignesh Shah resigns from board

* HCL Technologies ups FIIs investment limit from 30 pct to 49 pct

* Indian Oil Corp (IOC) cuts petrol prices from Friday

* Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd Sept-quarter net profit marginally down

* Infrastructure Development Finance Sept-qtr net profit up 2 pct

* Future Retail Ltd posts Sept-quarter net loss

* Aptech Sept-quarter net up 45.64 pct

* Jobs on the line as India's gold sector suffers under govt curbs

* Tyre makers the big winners from rubber price slump

* Fiscal deficit touches 76 pct of full-year target - govt

* Sept infrastructure output up 8 pct y/y - govt

* Vodafone slashes data prices by 80 pct across the country

FDI in India jumps 35 pc to $13.6 billion in January-July 2013


* India October PMI reading. (0500GMT)

* India October auto sales numbers.

* India forex reserves, bank lending data


* Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange edge down 0.25 percent and the MSCI-Asia Pacific index excluding Japan falls 0.15 percent.

* Asian shares sagged on Friday though upbeat signals on China's manufacturing activity limited losses, while the dollar pushed higher after upbeat US data led some investors to price-in a less dovish stance at the US Federal Reserve.

* US stocks finished lower on Thursday as the Federal Reserve's statement the day before added to investors' anxiety about the timing of a pullback in its stimulus programme.