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10 Indian stocks to watch: Lanco Infra, Hero MotoCorp, Neyveli Lignite, more

Jan 31 2014, 09:29 IST
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Newsmaker stocks to watch today include Lanco Infra, Minacs, Hero MotoCorp and Neyveli Lignite. AP/PTI Newsmaker stocks to watch today include Lanco Infra, Minacs, Hero MotoCorp and Neyveli Lignite. AP/PTI
Summary10 newsmaker stocks to watch on Friday include Lanco Infra, Hero MotoCorp and Neyveli Lignite.

Newsmaker stocks to watch include Lanco Infra, Minacs, Hero MotoCorp and Neyveli Lignite.


Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram G Rajan: Must prevent extreme volatility in Indian rupee

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) acts to counter bad loans

Norway's $810 bn fund excludes two Israeli, one Indian firm

UK's Greenko may buy Lanco Infra's hydro project

Engineers India follow-on offer gets ministerial panel approval

Aditya Birla Nuvo to sell BPO unit Minacs

India's Trent Oct-Dec net up 11.9 pct

India's Hero MotoCorp profit rises 7.5 pct, misses estimates

India's Neyveli Lignite Oct-Dec net more than doubles

India's DGCA withdraws time slots for some Jet, GoAir, Indigo flights for CAR violations

EID Parry India posts Oct-Dec net profit

India's Bayer CropScience Oct-Dec net falls 95.7 pct


* India will release federal fiscal deficit data for the April-December period on Jan. 31 at around 1400 IST.

* India will likely release monthly infrastructure data for December.

* India will release first revised GDP data for the fiscal year that ended in March 2013. (1730 IST)

* RBI to release forex reserves, bank loan data. (1700 IST)

* Earnings on Friday: IDFC Ltd, Punjab National Bank and Oriental Bank of Commerce.


* NSE Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange gain 0.14 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index falls 0.1 percent.

* Asian stocks struggled to push higher on Friday, but did get some momentum from data showing strong U.S. growth and calming emerging market nerves after several days of turmoil.

* The S&P 500 scored its biggest gain in more than a month on Thursday as Facebook led a tech rally and data showed the U.S. economy was on solid footing in the fourth quarter.

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