Indian stock markets are likely to open lower on Wednesday as most of the Asian stocks fell in the early trade today. The early indicator of NSE Nifty - SGX Nifty Futures - was trading 0.32% down at\u00a010,195 points on the Singapore Stock Exchange. The major companies which are slated to announce their Q2 earnings are New India Assurance Company, Golden Tobacco, CARE Ratings, Somany Ceramics, TD Power Systems, Wonderla Holidays, Digjam, Automotive Axles, Empee Distilleries, HMT, Sumeet Industries and Universal Cables. These stocks will be in focus today Unitech:\u00a0Real estate firm Unitech\u00a0consolidated net loss widened to Rs 149.23 crore for the second quarter ended September. Corporation Bank:\u00a0Corporation Bank reported a net loss of Rs 1,035.20 crore in the second quarter ended September 30, as it parked a sizeable portion of money as\u00a0provisions against several accounts under insolvency process. Jaiprakash Associates:\u00a0Debt-ridden Jaypee group's flagship firm Jaiprakash Associates today reported standalone net loss of Rs 186.48 crore for the quarter ended September on\u00a0lower income. Dixon Technologies:\u00a0Electronics manufacturer Dixon Technologies said its consolidated net profit increased 33 per cent to Rs 20.7 crore for the September quarter. MOIL:\u00a0Manganese ore producer MOIL\u00a0reported a 123 per cent jump in its net profit to Rs 92.69 crore in the second quarter ended September 30. Religare Enterprises:\u00a0Religare Enterprises reported its standalone net loss of Rs 30.50 crore for the second quarter ended September 30. MTNL:\u00a0State-run telecom firm MTNL reported narrowing of standalone loss to Rs 730.64 crore in the second quarter ended September 30, 2017 mainly on account of reduction in employees remuneration and benefits. Bank of Baroda:\u00a0The second largest state-run lender Bank of Baroda today reported a 36 per cent plunge in net profit at Rs 355 crore in the quarter to September, driven down by higher provisions for bad loans. Dilip Buildcon:\u00a0Construction firm Dilip Buildcon said its standalone profit soared manifold to Rs 115.60 crore in the September quarter of the current fiscal. Reliance Capital:\u00a0Reliance Capital reported a jump of 39 per cent in its consolidated net profit to Rs 352 crore for second quarter ended September as strong performance by all business verticals improved profitability. Ceat:\u00a0Tyre manufacturer Ceat Ltd\u00a0reported 31.43 per cent decline in consolidated net profit to Rs 72.99 crore for the second quarter ended September 30. Sun Pharma:\u00a0Pharma major Sun Pharmaceutical Industries reported a 59.19 per cent dip in consolidated net profit to Rs 912.12 crore for the September quarter of the current fiscal mainly on account of de-growth in the US sales. Bata India:\u00a0Footwear major Bata India\u00a0reported a 23.99 per cent increase in its standalone net profit to Rs 42.89 crore for the second quarter ended September 30. NBCC:\u00a0State-owned NBCC Ltd\u00a0 reported a 31 per cent increase in consolidated net profit at Rs 81.23 crore for the September quarter of the current fiscal. Jain Irrigation:\u00a0ain Irrigation said it has received an order worth Rs 183 crore to implement a water supply project in Jalgaon, Maharashtra. Gitanjali Gems:\u00a0Gitanjali Gems posted a 40.18 per cent jump in its consolidated net profit at Rs 63.80 crore in the September quarter of the current fiscal. Indiabulls Real Estate:\u00a0Indiabulls Real Estate Ltd\u00a0reported 23 per cent decline in its net profit at Rs 108.4 crore for the September quarter of the current fiscal.. Godrej Industries:\u00a0Diversified firm Godrej Industries reported a 36.20 per cent increase in its consolidated net profit of Rs 147.35 crore for the second quarter ended September 30. Grasim Industries:\u00a0Aditya Birla Group firm Grasim Industries Ltd reported a consolidated net profit at Rs 799.03 crore for the September quarter. Eicher Motors:\u00a0Eicher Motors reported 25.4 per cent rise in its consolidated profit after tax to Rs 518 crore for the second quarter ended September 30. GAIL:\u00a0State-owned gas utility GAIL India Ltd reported a 41.6 per cent jump in its second quarter profit as earnings from gas transportation and marketing business soared. Jindal Stainless:\u00a0Jindal Stainless Limited posted a standalone net profit of Rs 27.30 crore for the quarter ended on September 30, 2017, on the back of higher sales volume. BASF India:\u00a0BASF India reported a turnaround with net profit of Rs 172.91 crore in the September quarter due to new product launches in agricultural solutions business and volume growth in other segments. HDIL:\u00a0Realty firm HDIL reported 64 per cent increase in its consolidated net profit at Rs 60.87 crore for the quarter ended September. Cadila Healthcare:\u00a0Drug firm Cadila Healthcare\u00a0reported a 32.48 per cent rise in its consolidated net profit to Rs 503.3 crore for the second quarter ended September 30, mainly on account of robust sales in the US and India. Indian Rupee on Tuesday:\u00a0The rupee ended flat at \u00a065.42 against US dollar after retreating from its day's high of 65.28. Indian markets on Tuesday Indian stock markets ended slightly lower on\u00a0Tuesday\u00a0following the cautious mood of investors over\u00a0the ongoing earnings season.\u00a0BSE Sensex\u00a0closed down 91.69 points or\u00a00.28% at\u00a032,941.87 while NSE Nifty shed\u00a038.35 points or\u00a00.38% to settle at\u00a010,186.6 points. A slump in the blue-chip stocks such as HDFC Bank, L&T, TCS and ITC led the key indices into red. During the day, the benchmark Sensex shuttled between\u00a033,126.55-32,907.11 points while the broader Nifty made a low of\u00a010,175.55 points. US markets on Tuesday US stock indexes fell on Tuesday as General Electric shares plunged for a second straight day and a drop in crude oil prices hit energy stock, Reuters reported. GE fell 5.9 percent to $17.90 in the largest daily volume in two years as investors wondered if a massive overhaul of the company by new Chief Executive John Flannery will be enough to revive the industrial conglomerate.\u00a0The stock touched $17.46, its lowest in nearly six years.\u00a0The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 30.23 points, or 0.13 percent, to end at 23,409.47, the S&P 500 lost 5.97 points, or 0.23 percent, to 2,578.87 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 19.72 points, or 0.29 percent, to 6,737.87.