10 Indian stocks to watch: Tata Motors, Glenmark Pharma, Maruti Suzuki, more

Written by Reuters | Updated: Jan 27 2014, 15:04pm hrs
Indian stocksProposed new Reserve Bank of India (RBI) policy rate seen reducing money market swings. Reuters
10 newsmaker stocks to watch today include Tata Motors, GAIL India, Glenmark Pharma and Maruti Suzuki.


India's deputy chairman of the Planning Commission sees growth of up to 8 pct over 2-3 years

Third of Indian voters want BJP's Modi for prime minister -poll

Tata Motors executive Karl Slym dies in fall from hotel

India's Glenmark Pharma Oct-Dec net up 1.6 pct

Proposed new Reserve Bank of India (RBI) policy rate seen reducing money market swings

Maruti Suzuki changes gears, prepares new premium market push: (Financial Express)

Piramal weighs options on 5 pct stake buy in Axis Bank

Japan's Chubu nears deal with GAIL India to buy LNG jointly

BSNL, MTNL to exploit 1 tln rupee land bank

Patented drugs face price caps

OVL buy of Imperial's Siberia deposits under audit scanner

Goldman Sachs may buy 26 pct in Opto Circuits

Hero MotoCorp's fourth plant at Neemrana to start soon

India's Coromandel International Oct-Dec net up 37.8 pct. Coromandel says board approves merger of Sabero Organics Gujarat with co

India's SKS Microfinance says Oct-Dec net up 18 fold

DLF Brands, Kiko to sign JV next month


Earnings on Monday: Idea Cellular Ltd, Hindustan Unilever

A group of ministers overseeing the telecoms airwave auction next month will meet at 10:30 am (0430 GMT) to decide the annual fee carriers pay for using frequencies.


* NSE Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange down 1.73 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index falls 1.55 percent.

* Asian shares took a beating and the yen raced to a seven-week high against the dollar on Monday, as emerging markets remained under pressure with the U.S. Federal Reserve poised to continue tapering its stimulus and tighter credit conditions in China raising fears of a slowdown.

* US stocks dropped for a second day on Friday and the S&P 500 posted its worst week since June 2012 as a selloff in emerging market assets fed through to wholesale pullbacks in equities.