Indian stocks to watch: Larsen & Toubro, IDFC, RCom, more

Apr 03 2014, 09:50 IST
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BSE Sensex on Wednesday surpassed the 22,500-level to set a new closing high for the sixth day in succession. BSE Sensex on Wednesday surpassed the 22,500-level to set a new closing high for the sixth day in succession.
SummaryNewsmaker stocks to watch on Thursday include Larsen & Toubro, IDFC, Reliance Communications.

The newsmaker stocks to watch on Thursday include Larsen & Toubro, IDFC, Reliance Communications and Suzlon.

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INDIAN STOCKS TO WATCH

* The RBI grants two new bank licences to IDFC Ltd and Bandhan in cautious experiment

* Larsen & Toubro may write off slow-moving orders worth 150 bln rupees

* India cbank clarifies spreading mark-to-market losses lapsed on March 31

* India cbank says banks do not need to cut HTM holdings for now

* If Narendra Modi wins election, neighbours can expect a more muscular India

* Reliance Jio, Reliance Communications Ltd finalise third infra deal

* Tata SIA airline joint venture cleared by aviation ministry -

* Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX) shareholders suggest a bonus issue to cut Financial

* Ashok Leyland gets contract worth $50 million

* NW18 HSN Holdings Plc files for IPO of up to $75 mln

* Suzlon Energy Ltd takes over US client Edison Mission Energy's wind farm to recover $208 million dues

WORLD MARKETS:

* Nifty futures traded at Singapore Exchange up 0.07 percent while MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index gains 0.15 percent.

* Asian shares nudged higher to four-month highs in early trade on Thursday as upbeat U.S. data underpinned risk appetite, leaving the safe-haven yen languishing at 10-week lows.

* The S&P 500 closed at another record high on Wednesday as signs of steady private-sector hiring suggested that the economy was slowly building momentum after a winter-related pullback.

KEY EVENTS/FACTORS TO WATCH:

* India-Services PMI for March

* Indian Supreme Court to resume hearing of an appeal seeking release of the Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy

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