10 Indian stocks to watch: Reliance Infrastructure, Ambuja Cements, ACC more

Reuters Posted online: Thursday, Feb 06, 2014 at 0000 hrs
Mumbai : The 10 newsmaker stocks to watch on Thursday include Reliance Infrastructure Ltd, Ambuja Cements Ltd, ACC Ltd and more:


* Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange are up 0.27 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index gains 1 percent.

* Asian shares took a tentative step forward on Thursday as investors remained wary after the recent selloff in emerging markets raised concerns about the global economic outlook.

* U.S. stocks slipped on Wednesday as technical support offset the latest batch of mixed data, which failed to lift sentiment after a string of soft economic indicators earlier in the week.


* Earnings on Thursday: Reliance Infrastructure Ltd, Ambuja Cements, ACC earnings

* India's environment minister Veerappa Moily, who is also the country's oil minister, to address the 3-day Delhi Sustainable Development Summit.

* India to sell 100 billion rupees of bonds on Feb. 7, India's central bank said.


* India partly completes bond switch programme, cancels deferred borrowing: RBI

* As gold supplies are squeezed, India's jewellery imports soar

* ICRA assigns negative outlook to Reliance Infra's 2 road projects

* Ssangyong Motor looking to report its first annual profit

* Videocon may exit Indonesian oil block

* India telecoms spectrum bids reach $8 billion official

* India issues global tender for building new Mumbai airport

* Delhi discoms get temporary relief

* Maharashtra shows the way, regulator allows hike of 80-90p per unit in FY15 to pay past dues

* BP seeks licence to market jet fuel in India

* Blue Dart Express Oct-Dec net down 48.81 pct

* Bharti Airtel rejigs African operations

* As quality control violations rise, US FDA chief heads to India

* Cognizant sees revenue below Street, shares fall

* Gilead to license hepatitis C drug to lower-cost manufacturers in India

* Jubilant group may exit chemicals business to reduce debt

Govt allows FIIs, NRIs to invest in insurance sector