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10 Indian stocks to watch: Coal India, Apollo Tyres, Tata Communications, more

Feb 13 2014, 08:56 IST
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Top newsmaker stocks to watch include NTPC, Coal India, Apollo Tyres, Tata Communications. Reuters Top newsmaker stocks to watch include NTPC, Coal India, Apollo Tyres, Tata Communications. Reuters
Summary10 newsmaker stocks to watch on Thursday include Coal India, Apollo Tyres, Tata Communications.

Top newsmaker stocks to watch include NTPC, Coal India, Apollo Tyres, Tata Communications.

India retail inflation slows to two-year low, output falls

India grants subsidy to promote raw sugar export over domestic refining

India rejects call to ban iron ore exports from top producing state

Coal India posts Q3 profit decline on lower auction prices

NTPC evaluates takeovers of power projects

Engineers India share sale covered 2.8 times by close

20-30 road projects to be chopped and bid out as premium recast a non-starter

Max India Oct-Dec net more than doubles

India's Radico Khaitan Oct-Dec net profit up 17 pct

India's ONGC Videsh to raise $2.5 bn through offshore borrowings

India's Apollo Tyres Ltd Oct-Dec net profit up 87.2 pct

India's Tata Communications posts Oct-Dec net profit

India's Cipla Oct-Dec net down 16.46 pct

India telecom spectrum bids total $9.8 bn, 900 MHZ prices unchanged since Monday

EVENTS/FACTORS TO WATCH

* Earnings on Thursday: Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), Indian Oil Corp

* Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan will attend a memorial lecture in Mumbai.

GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP

* NSE Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange are up 0.2 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index down 0.5 percent.

* Asian markets held steady near three-week highs on Thursday, as investors were cautiously optimistic after upbeat trade data from China eased concerns over the global economy and helped take some of the sting off the recent emerging markets turmoil.

* The S&P 500 closed flat on Wednesday, with a four-day rally in the index just barely coming to an end after Procter & Gamble cut its outlook, though some positive earnings limited the decline and eased concerns that valuations had become stretched.

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