Indian stocks to watch: NTPC, Tata Communications, Reliance Industries

Written by Reuters | Updated: Apr 1 2014, 14:54pm hrs
Indian Stock MarketNewsmaker stocks to watch on Tuesday include NTPC, Tata Communications' and Reliance Industries'. (AP)
NSE Sensex futures traded at Singapore Exchange is up 0.36 percent while MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index gains 0.45 percent.

Asian shares hit four-month highs on Tuesday after China's official PMI survey showed manufacturing managed to continue expanding in March, and dovish comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.

US stocks rose on Monday, with the S&P 500 ending both March and the first quarter of 2014 with moderate gains, after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen relieved concerns about a rate hike coming earlier than expected.


The Reserve Bank of India's monetary policy review. The RBI is expected to keep its policy interest rate unchanged after retail inflation, its preferred price gauge, eased to a 25-month low in February (11:00 IST)

India-Manufacturing PMI (10:30 IST)

Automakers report monthly sales for March.


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