Indian stocks to watch: Tata Motors, MCX, L&T, more

Mar 14 2014, 09:04 IST
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A steep fall in Infosys had pulled down BSE Sensex by 82 points to one-week low of 21,774.61 at close on Thursday. A steep fall in Infosys had pulled down BSE Sensex by 82 points to one-week low of 21,774.61 at close on Thursday.
SummaryThe newsmaker stocks to watch on Friday include HDFC, Cairn India, Axis Bank.

The newsmaker stocks to watch on Friday include Tata Motors, Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX), Larsen & Toubro and Bharti Airtel.

INDIAN STOCKS TO WATCH

* Founder to sell 42.7 pct stake in Crompton Greaves, valued at $3 billion

* L&T to reduce stake in NBFC arm L&T Housing Finance

* PSU ETF to be launched on 18 March

* CBI probes MCX-SX licence grant, moves against FTIL, Jignesh Shah

* Tata Motors says Feb global wholesales at 79,996 vehicles * Bharti Airtel sees more high-profile exits

* Larsen and Toubro says L&T Infrastructure Finance intends to issue non-convertible debentures

* Indian Oil plans to build Rs 300 bln refinery at Mundra

* Binani Cement suspends operations at 2 plants in Rajasthan

* India coal imports jump 20 pct in Feb as prices dip

* India's Feb Iranian oil imports fall 36 pct versus Jan trade

* Manappuram Finance acquires Milestone Home Finance

WORLD MARKET

* Nifty futures traded on Singapore Exchange is down 0.62 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific index excluding Japan is 1 percent lower.

* Asian shares skidded to a three-week low and the yen held steady at lofty levels on Friday, as heightened tension in Ukraine ahead of a weekend referendum prompted investors to shed riskier assets.

* U.S. stocks tumbled on Thursday, with the Dow and the S&P 500 suffering their worst day since early February, on rising concerns over Ukraine and Russia and new signs of a slowdown in China.

KEY EVENTS/FACTORS TO WATCH

* India wholesale price inflation

* India to launch ETF for stake sale in government companies

Also check

*Live: BSE Sensex

*Live: NSE Nifty

*Stocks: Top Gainers/Top Losers

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