12 stocks to watch today: Ranbaxy Laboratories to Jet Airways

Aug 08 2013, 10:53 IST
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Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd logs Q2 net loss at $85.3 mn, shares under pressure. Reuters Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd logs Q2 net loss at $85.3 mn, shares under pressure. Reuters
SummaryHere are a dozen stock that are expected to show enhanced activity today.

Here are a dozen stock that are expected to show enhanced activity today.

Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd logs Q2 net loss at $85.3 mn, shares under pressure.

Regulator for $1.8 billion penalty on Reliance Industries (RIL) for D6 shortfall.

Adanis close to buying Dhamra Port from L&T, Tata Steel.

Indian blue chips buy back rupee debt after price slump.

Suntory, Pernod Ricard in talks to buy stake in Tilaknagar Industries Ltd.

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DGH rejects finance ministry idea of old price for Reliance Industries (RIL).

RBI lifts curbs on FIIs buying Maruti Suzuki India shares.

Hero MotoCorp to set up factories in US, Latin America.

DLF Ltd puts Pune IT special economic zone on the block.

IDFC Ltd looks for exit from Gurgaon highway deal.

NMDC to go ahead with India steel project without Severstal.

JLR aims to sell 100,000 cars in China this year - exec.

Earnings on Thursday: Jet Airways, Adani Enterprises Ltd.

IBM and STMicroelectronics look to invest Rs 500 bln in chip-making in India

FACTORS TO WATCH

Yashwant Sinha panel approves GST bill, proposes floor rate and ceiling.

Trai may seek simultaneous 2G, 3G auctions.

Government may reimpose curbs on royalty payments to foreigners

Standard & Poor is sceptical of recovery, raises spectre of downgrade.

India govt panel reviews potential risks to financial system -central bank

Economic Affairs Secretary Arvind Mayaram and Financial Services Secretary Rajeev Takru will attend the Reserve Bank of India's board meeting on Thursday.

GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP

Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange up 0.17 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific index excluding Japan is up 0.4 percent.

Asian stocks found a tentative footing early on Thursday, having suffered their biggest one-day slide in a month, though investors were nervous ahead of a slew of Chinese data as a troubling slowdown in the world's second-largest economy has rattled global markets recently.

U.S. stocks lost ground for a third consecutive session on Wednesday on growing uncertainty over when the Federal Reserve may start to wind down its stimulus, which has been a driving force behind the rally in equities this year.

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