Indian stocks to watch: Tata Motors, Infosys Ltd, Ranbaxy, more

Written by Reuters | Mumbai | Updated: May 5 2014, 19:55pm hrs
Canara bankThe newsmaker stocks to watch on Monday include Canara Bank, Tata Motors, Infosys Ltd and others
The newsmaker stocks to watch on Monday include Canara Bank, Tata Motors, Infosys Ltd and Ranbaxy.


NSE index futures traded on the Singapore Exchange rise 0.1 percent, compared to a 0.3 percent fall in MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index.

Asian share markets inched ahead on Monday as a robust US jobs report was taken as positive for global growth prospects even as a lack of inflation pulled down bond yields across the United States and Europe.

US stocks eased on Friday as concerns about more violence in Ukraine prompted profit-taking ahead of the weekend and offset optimism about the fastest job growth in more than two years.


India's Supreme Court is expected to order a shutdown of those iron mines in the top producing state of Odisha that have been operating without valid leases.

Canara Bank Ltd Jan-March earnings.


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