Sensex Nifty Gain, Index trend and Stock in Action on Wednesday

Sensex Nifty up Sensex and Nifty take cues from the positive US markets to trade on a positive note with BSE Sensex trading at 33,402 levels, up by 32 points, while NSE Nifty is trading at 10,357 levels, up by 7 points at 10.40 am on Wednesday. Pharma Sector gains strong footing with positive Q2 earnings from many companies. IT stocks trading higher with TCS, Wipro Ltd, Infosys Ltd, Tech Mahindra and HCL Technologies in the morning hours.

Quarterly Results:- Voltas Ltd, Ashok Leyland, Arvind Ltd, United Bank Limited, OBC, Bharat Forge, Petronet LNG, Balkrishna Industries, Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers & Chemicals, IRB Infra, NDTV, Muthoot Finance and Thermax are scheduled to release their quarterly earnings for the Sept quarter on Wednesday.

Stock in Actions:- AkzoNobel India has said it will sell its specialty chemicals biz as a going concern to an affiliate of the AkzoNobel Group-NV Netharlands for Rs 320 crore. 

Larsen & Toubro (L&T): Schneider Electric SE, the French industrial multinational together with its consortium partner Temasek, has in business with L&T to acquire its electric and automation division for Rs 15,000-Rs 17,000 cr.

Glaxo Smith Kline has reported 4.73% rise in net profit at Rs.192.41 cr for the Q2 ended Sept 30, 2017-18. The company had posted net profit of Rs .183.72 cr in the same period of previous year.
Reliance Communications is re-negotiating its deal with Canadian investment fund Brookfield along with other prospective buyers for a stake in its tower unit.

Telecom stocks will be in focus as the TRAI is considering removal of the 50% limit on spectrum holdings within a particular band. This would help Vodafone and Idea retain all their airwaves once the merger is completed.

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Tata Teleservices and Bharti Airtel to Combine Consumer Telecom Business.

Drug major Sun Pharma said it will increase stake in its subsidiary Ranbaxy Malaysia to 79.5% through purchase of shares.

Mahindra & Mahindra, Shapoorji Pallonji Group and Liberty House of the UK are competing to acquire debt-laden ABG Shipyard.

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) reported its Q2 earnig numbers on Thursday. Net Profit stood at Rs 6,460 Cr up by 9% on Quarter on Quarter basis.

Piramal Enterprises Ltd approves raising Rs 2,000 Crore through a rights issue.

Construction engineering company Shriram Epc wins Rs 349 crore of multiple orders.

Kotak Mahindra Bank will announce quarterly results today, 13 October 2017.

Bharti Airtel Ltd has announced that it approved the scheme of amalgamation between Tikona Digital Networks and Bharti Airtel Ltd and their respective share-holders and creditors.

NBCC (India) may acquire 3 other govt-owned companies to create a mega construction company for consolidation among public sector firms.

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TCS stocks in focus that the company said that its UK-based subsidiary, Diligenta, secured a 15-year partnership with Scottish Widows, Lloyds Banking Group’s Life and Pensions business.

ICICI Lombard General Insurance Co enters on equity market today. The company priced the IPO at the top end of the Rs 651 to 661 price band.

TVS Motors announced that its scooter brand, TVS Jupiter, registered sales of two million units within four years of its launch.

IDBI Bank has announced that the bank tied up with Boston Consulting Group to boost financial health. With this support IDBI Bank hopes to capitalize on core strengths and improve existing products and processes.

Petron Engg Construction said it bagged order worth Rs 280 crore from JSW Steel, for supply, fabrication, erection and alignment of prefabricated steel structure.

Reliance Power said the company aims to achieve financial closure for its 1-billion dollar LNG-fired power plant in Bangladesh by the end of 2017-18, and it also on the lookout for acquisition of assets in India.

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The key benchmark indices extend losses in opening trade on Tuesday on global uncertainties.  Market made a passive start on Tuesday, in line with a slow Asian opening, as North Korea tensions made investors cautious. FMCG, banking and PSU banking were in the red, losing by up to 0.32 percent. The Indian rupee weakened by 18 paise 65.28 against the Us dollar in early trade.

Following are a few important stocks to watch out for on Tuesday:

Shares of Godrej Industries in focus as Godrej Agrovet sets IPO price band between Rs.450 to 460 share apiece.

GAIL India reportedly plans to set up petro-chemical complex in Andhra Pradesh, while Aditya Birla Capital gets in-principle approval from RBI to establish an ARC.

HPCL shares is in limelight as  ONGC will acquire the govt’s 51.11% stake in HPCL via a bulk or block deal in November or December at the current market price.

Indian Oil Corp has cleared Rs 27,000 crore refinery of its Chennai Petroleum unit, while Chennai Petroleum is going to establish new 9 million metric tonnes per year, refinery at Nagapattinam.

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Live Market- Sensex, Nifty were trading lower note on Friday, following negative global cues. At 10.30am, BSE Sensex opens lower by 247 points to 32,122 levels, and the Nifty down 95 points to 10,027 levels.
Here are the names of a few stocks that are likely to be in focus in today’s trading session.

Tata Motors has lined up three new passenger vehicles in the design stage to fulfill the gap in the segment it operates in.

Dabur India has set up an online Ayurveda market place with Amazon to build up its presence in the fast growing space of natural consumer products.

Indiabulls Venture has approved raising of funds aggregating upto Rs 3000 crore, through issue of equity shares to its shareholders on rights basis.

Pharma companies stocks are back in vogue on the Exchanges as investors look to defensive sectors in a market trading at record high levels.
Indian Bank has accorded approval for issuance of 7seven year Long Term Bonds of Rs 2000 crore in tranches out of the Rs. 5000 crore.

Apollo Hospitals obtains shareholder approval to appoint Prathap Reddy as whole-time direcotor designated as executive chairman and gets shareholders nod to offer NCDs worth up to Rs 500 crore on PP basis.