Thursday, 15 November 2018

Which Shares Should Purchase - TradeIndia Research


सीएनबीसी-आवाज़ के मार्केट्स एडिटर, प्रदीप पंड्या ने भारत गियर्स में खरीदारी करने की सलाह दी है। प्रदीप पंड्या के मुताबिक तिमाही दर तिमाही आधार पर भारत गियर्स का मुनाफा 4.01 करोड़ रुपये रहा है। कंपनी की बिक्री में 19.08 फीसदी की बढ़ोतरी देखने को मिली है जबकि एबिटडा में 48.51 फीसदी का इजाफा देखने को मिला है। कंपनी ने 15 करोड़ रुपये का राइट इश्यू एलान किया है। पंड्या का मानना है कि भारत गियर्स में 195 रुपये का स्तर देखने को मिल सकता है।



यस बैंक के चेयरमैन अशोक चावला का इस्तीफा


यस बैंक के नॉन एक्जिक्यूटिव चेयरमैन अशोक चावला ने अपने पद से इस्तीफा दे दिया है। बैंक ने प्रेस रीलीज जारी कर कहा है कि मौजूदा
वक्त में बैंक को एक फुलटाइम चेयरमैन की जरूरत है और आरबीआई से मंजूरी मिलने के बाद नए चेयरमैन के नाम का एलान किया जाएगा। दूसरी तरफ उत्तम प्रकाश अग्रवाल को 5 साल के लिए एडिशनल डायरेक्टर बनाया गया है।

Source - https://hindi.moneycontrol.com

Wednesday, 14 November 2018

M&M | Tata Steel | Sun Pharma | NMDC | Hindalco | JSPL | Zee Entertainment


Coffee Day Enterprises | Cox & Kings | Vodafone Idea | Dilip Buildcon | NMDC |PTC India and Mahanagar Gas are stocks, which are in news today.


Here are the stocks that are in news today:
Results TodayMahindra and Mahindra, Coffee Day Enterprises, Cox & Kings, Vodafone Idea, Indian Hotels, Infibeam, JK Lakshmi Cement, Motherson Sumi, Page Industries, PC Jeweller, Rain Industries, SpiceJet, Ujjivan Financial Services and Unitech.
Zee Entertainment promoter \ promoter group to sell/divest up to 50 percent of their equity stake in company to strategic partner
Jet Airways clarified on Tata begins due diligence to buy Jet Airways from Naresh Goyal is that news is speculative in nature and that there is no discussions or decision by board
PNB
PNB & Carlyle group had made a joint communication on July 10, 2018 to initiate a joint stake sale process of the PNBHFL
Carlyle Group has withdrawn from the joint stake sale process and the joint stake sale process has been terminated

PNB will continue to pursue and proceed with an independent sale of its shareholding in PNBHFL
Sun Pharma: Q2 show affected by one-time loss; posts net loss of Rs 218 crore
Hindalco - Novelis invests USD 175 million to expand aluminum production and recycling capabilities in Brazil
Ashok Leyland: Q2 net profit rises 38% YoY at Rs 460 crore; Vinod Dasari resigns
NMDC: Net profit falls 25 percent YoY to Rs 636.4 crore
Entertainment India: The company posted a fall in net profit at Rs 98 Cr down 18 percent from last year at Rs 119.2 crore.
Sasken Technologies received an assessment order under Section 143(3) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 for the Assessment Year 2016-17 wherein a sum of about Rs 68 crore including interest was raised as tax demand on the Company
GE T&D India: Q2 profit up 8% at Rs 51 crore
Fortis: IHH acquires controlling 31.1% stake for Rs 4,000 crore.
Walchandnagar Industries approved raising of funds by way of issue of securities for an amount not exceeding Rs 200 crore
Glenmark Q2: Net Profit up 93.3 percent at Rs 414 crore versus Rs 214.1 crore, YoY
PTC India Q2: Net Profit was down 26.7 percent at Rs 96 crore versus Rs 130.5 crore, YoY
Mahanagar Gas Q2: Net Profit up 6 percent at Rs 136.3 crore versus Rs 128.3 crore, QoQ
Tata Steel Q2: Net Profit at Rs 3,604.2 crore versus Rs 975.9 crore, YoY
Dilip Buildcon Q2: Net Profit was down 67 percent 67.4 percent at Rs 83.2 crore versus Rs 254.9 crore, YoY
JSPL Q2: Net Profit at Rs 279 crore versus loss of Rs 498 crore, YoY
EIL Q2: Net Profit was down 18 percent at Rs 98 crore versus Rs 119.2 crore, YoY
Infosys to open technology and innovation hub in Texas and hire 500 American workers by 2020
BPCL appointed N Vijayagopal as the chief financial officer of the company with effect from November 14
ACUITE Ratings & Research has reaffirmed the long term rating of ACUITE A on Hinduja Ventures
Source - https://www.moneycontrol.com/

Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Jet Airways | Tata Steel | MMTC | Coal India | Sun Pharma | HCL Tech |Lupin

Jet Airways, Bank of India, Sun Pharma, Usha Martin, Aurobindo Pharma, MMTC, JK Paper and Tata Motors are stocks, which are in news today.



Here are the stocks that are in news today
Results Today: Tata Steel, Apollo Tyres, Ashok Leyland, Corporation Bank, Dilip Buildcon, Jindal Steel & Power, Lemon Tree Hotels, Mahanagar Gas, NMDC, Sun Pharma
HCL Technologies and NetBrain announce partnership to help enterprises accelerate their network automation journey
Bank of India: The bank reported Q2 net loss at Rs 1,156 crore.
Shree Cement: Q2 net profit at Rs 49.3 crore.
Shree Cement
Capacity Addition of 3.00 MTPA to be made at Athagarh Tehsil in Cuttack District of Odisha for Rs 423 crore

Capacity Addition of 2.5MTPA to be made at Seraikela- Kharsawan District in Jharkhand for Rs 480 crore
NBCC has received letter of appointment from Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India of Rs 260 crore
Lupin launches generic Atovaquone Oral Suspension USP in the US
Aurobindo Pharma's subsidiary to acquire a product under development and related assets from Advent Pharmaceuticals Pty, Australia
Jet Airways: The company reported Q2 net loss at Rs 1,297.5 crore against loss of Rs 1,323 crore (QoQ).
Godrej Industries: Net profit rises 59 percent at Rs 189.5 crore against Rs 119.3 crore last year.
Union Bank of India board approved proposal to raise capital through issue of equity shares upto Rs 600 crore under ESPS
Himadri Speciality Chemical board approved raising of fund by further issue of securities by way of Preferential Issue/QIP / FCCBs / FCEBs / ADRs / GDRs and/or other eligible securities convertible into equity shares for an aggregate amount not exceeding Rs 1,000 crore
Eicher Motors Q2 net profit up 5.9 percent at  Rs 548.8 crore versus Rs 518 crore, YoY
TVS Motor Company launches the new TVS Apache RTR 160 4V in Bangladesh
Tata Motors: The Group’s global sales rose 5.62% in October.
Piramal Enterprises said meeting of the administrative committee of the board of directors of the company will be held on November 15, to consider and approve the issue of secured non-convertible debentures on private placement basis
Coal India Q2 net profit at Rs 3,080 crore against Rs 370 crore, YoY
Aurobindo Pharma Q2 consolidated net profit was down 21.7 percent at Rs 611.4 crore versus Rs 781 crore, YoY
Intracom Telecom and Intellect Design Arena to transform the Digital Banking Systems in Armenia
UCO Bank: The net loss has been reported at Rs 1,136.4 crore against a loss of Rs 622.6 crore (YoY).
Oil India: The net profit has risen 22.6% at Rs 862 crore against Rs 703.2 crore (QoQ).
NALCO Q2 net profit at Rs 510 crore versus Rs 234.6 crore, YoY
MMTC: Q2 net profit rises three-fold to Rs 32 crore
JK Paper: Q2 net profit jumps 93.4% to Rs 109 crore
HUDCO has raised Funds of Rs. 3000 crore through Issue of Government of India Fully Serviced, Unsecured, Taxable HUDCO Bonds Series -I
2018
Jet Airways: Shaastra Securities has traded over 10.57 lakh shares of the firm at Rs 245.47-245.54 apiece.
MIC Electronics: Malaxmi Infra Ventures sold 1.4 crore shares at Rs 2.2 apiece, while Malaxmi Property Ventures purchased 1.31 crore shares at Rs 2.2 per share.
PC Jeweller: Shaastra Securities traded 25.15 lakh shares at Rs 92.01-92.13 apiece.
Usha Martin: Societe Generale bought 18.92 lakh shares at Rs 44.88
Source - https://www.moneycontrol.com

Friday, 2 November 2018

Top 12 bets to light up your portfolio

Moneycontrol Research identifies 12 stocks across sectors that hold the promise of decent returns.




The time to add quality stocks to your portfolio is always now. And if it happens to coincide with the festival of lights, there is a feel-good element as well. What better way to welcome the Goddess of wealth than by investing in shares that can help grow your money over the long term. Moneycontrol Research has identified 12 stocks across sectors that hold the promise of decent returns.
Happy Diwali and happy investing!!
Bajaj Auto
Significant rise in raw material prices and aggressive pricing to capture market in entry level have put operating profitability under pressure. However, despite overall weak demand, the company continues to witness strong growth across segments and geographies. Change in permit regime for three wheelers, strong growth outlook for export markets and rupee depreciation is expected to aid to growth, going forward.
Balaji Amines
Balaji along with Alkyl Amines dominate the near duopoly market of aliphatic amines industry in India. Not only does the company benefits from the improving end markets, recent results have been supported by anti-dumping duties, forward integration, improved exports due to lower production in China and commissioning of newer facilities. The company’s strategy of focusing on import substitution opportunities is expected to aid higher trajectory of earnings growth.
HDFC
Despite its large size, HDFC is growing its mortgage book faster than the industry. On the margin front, spreads continue to remain in a narrow range of 2.2-2.35 percent irrespective of the interest rate cycle. The current interest rate cycle shouldn’t alter the lender’s financials significantly as it continues to have edge on funding vis-à-vis competition. While the core mortgage business is on a stable growth trajectory, the financial conglomerate stands to gain from equally strong performance of its subsidiaries.
HOEC (Hindustan Oil Exploration Company)
HOEC has a healthy portfolio of discovered assets and is rapidly monetising and ramping up production which has led to a stellar performance in the last quarters. It has a debt free balance sheet and plans to fund further expansion through internal cash generation. The monetization of the discovered blocks and further ramp up of production volumes leaves scope for rerating.
ICICI Bank
With 2020 vision in place and new management at helm of ICICI Bank, investors should expect much lower NPA formation and normalised credit cost in FY20, mid-teen loan growth, steady interest margin and commencement of the journey to reach RoE (return on equity) of 15 percent. With a strong capital adequacy, we don’t see many constraints in delivering its targets. While credit cost may remain elevated in FY19, the risk-reward is extremely favourable.

Indian Hotels
Post aggressive restructuring, Indian Hotels Co. has a clean balance sheet. The company has exited unprofitable ventures in the international segment and plans to monetise its brand with increased focus on the flagship domestic business. Slowdown in supply growth along with steady demand is facilitating improvement in room rates and occupancies that should reflect in earnings growth, going forward.
IRB Infra
IRB has emerged as a strong player within road constriction space, with better balance sheet and execution capabilities. On the back of reasonable traffic growth, proceeds from InvIT and strong order book of close to Rs 14000 crore (4x FY18 sales), the company is well placed to capitalise on growth in the segment.
IRCON
The public sector engineering major, IRCON International, which caters to railway projects, is expected to deliver 20% revenue growth over the next two years backed by strong capex in railways and robust order book of close to Rs 22,400 crore (5.6x FY18 sales). The stock trades at an undemanding valuation of 8 times its FY19 estimated earnings, offering a dividend yield close to 5%. This is even more attractive in the context of cash in the books and high RoE of about 23 percent.
JK Paper
JK Paper is well positioned in high-quality paper segment with cost leadership and integrated production capacities. Favorable industry factors such as improved supply-demand dynamics and raw material availability in proximity will continue to aid profitability. With strong earnings visibility and potential upside triggers arising from ramping up the additional capacity acquired (Sirpur Paper Mills), valuation re-rating should be on the cards.
Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services (M&MF)
M&MFS, the NBFC from the Mahindra stable has a deep penetration in rural geographies and stands to benefit from a near normal monsoon and improvement in rural purchasing power. The liquidity crisis engulfing the NBFC sector will have much lesser impact on corporate backed NBFC like M&MF. In fact, the reduced competition should give it a better pricing power amid rising rates. While margin compression is a headwind, its impact on earnings could be countered by falling credit cost.
Maruti
Macroeconomic and regulatory headwinds have dampened the demand for passenger vehicles and impacted the performance of Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) in the latest quarter. Today, MSIL is a very strong franchisee, with a market share of close to 57 percent, in passenger vehicle market in India led by strong dealership network, brand loyalty on the back of competitive prices and resale value. This coupled with reasonable valuation beckons attention.
Transport Corporation of India (TCI)
The Multimodal logistics service provider, has a consistent financial track record of delivering industry leading growth over the past few years. Aided by government initiatives (Dedicated Freight Corridors, Sagarmala and BharatMala) and increased economic activity, company is expected to post mid-teen revenue growth over FY18-20. TCI continues to perform well on the operational front and the current valuations (16x FY20 Price-earnings ratio) makes the stock noteworthy.

Thursday, 1 November 2018

Investors lose Rs 6 lakh crore in BSE cos, 18 stocks fall 20-60%

Nearly 60% or 298 S&P BSE500 companies gave negative returns,18 of which fell 20-60% in just 1 month


October - the jinx month!
After witnessing a fall of nearly 1,800 points, or 4.93 percent, on the Sensex and 544 points on the Nifty50, investors must have taken a sigh of relief as it turned out to be the worst October since 2009.
The S&P BSE Sensex fell the most in 2008 when it dropped 25 percent in a single month, followed by 7.2 percent dip in the year 2009.
Weak macros, volatility in domestic currency, liquidity woes plaguing the NBFC sector, muted earnings from India Inc., persistent selling by foreign investors, trade war woes and the rise in crude oil prices dented investor sentiment.
The positive take away from the month of October is that market might have made a short-term bottom around 10,000 on the Nifty and 33,700 on the Sensex.
The Nifty50 bounced back after hitting a low of 10,004 on October 26, and Sensex, too, saw a reversal after hitting a low of 33,776 on the same day.
Investors lost more than Rs 6 lakh crore in terms of market capitalisation on the BSE-listed companies in October. The m-cap of companies on BSE stood at Rs 144.86 lakh crore on September 28 and on on October 31, it was Rs 138.45 lakh crore.
Tracking the sentiment, nearly 60 percent, or 298 companies, of the S&P BSE 500 gave negative returns and out of those, 18 fell 20-60 percent in just 1 month, including 8K Miles, Kwality, Infibeam Avenues, Bombay Dyeing, Dilip Buildcon, Bandhan Bank, Persistent Systems, Tata Motors.

Historically, October is known as “the jinx month” in the US and also globally due to a number of major sell-offs that have occurred in the past during the month.
There were “crashes in 1929 and 1987”, along with “the 554-point drop on October 27, 1997", back-to-back massacres in 1978 and 1979, Friday the 13th in 1989, and the meltdown in 2008, HDFC Securities highlighted in a report.
However, analysts advise investors to not panic and use dips to accumulate quality stocks. Selective mid & small-cap stocks could turn out to be wealth creating ideas in the near future.
"It's part and parcel of investing; take in your stride. Earlier bear markets make this one look like a walk in the park. Do not panic and liquidate your MFs/stock portfolio. Bear markets are shorter than bull markets and one needs to ride out this one," Dipan Mehta, Director, Elixir Equities told Moneycontrol.
"Over the next 2-3 years, wealth will be created in select small and mid-cap stocks. Stocks with high weightage in Sensex and Nifty will find it challenging to eke our earnings growth due to high base effect and downturn in the industry cycles they are present in," he said.
Broader market managed to buck the trend when compared to benchmark indices in October. The S&P BSE smallcap index fell 1.59 percent while the S&P BSE midcap index fell just 1.02 percent.
In the S&P BSE smallcap index, as many as 40 stocks fell 20-75 percent including Ashapura Intimates, Mcnally Bharat, J Kumar Infraproject, Indosolar, Dish TV India, Orchid Pharma and Hexaware Technologies.
In the S&P BSE midcap index, as many as 13 companies fell 10-20 percent including Bayer CropScience, United Breweries, Reliance Capital, Mphasis, Crisil, Emami and Central Bank of India.

Wednesday, 31 October 2018

Govt invokes Section 7, law allowing it to issue directions to RBI: Report

This section has never been used in India until now, not even during the 1991 Indian economic crisis.



As the row between the government and the Reserve Bank of India intensified, the former has invoked Section 7 of the RBI Act, which allows it to issue directions to the governor of the central bank in matters adhering to public interest, The Economic Times reported.
The Centre has reportedly sent letters to RBI governor Urjit Patel in the recent weeks, exercising its powers under this section, on various issues like liquidity crunch in the NBFC sectors, capital requirement for banks and lending to small and medium enterprises.
This section has never been used in India until now, not even during the 1991 Indian economic crisis when the country was close to a default.
Relations between the government and the RBI have gone downhill over the past few months, with the government unhappy with the central bank's interest rate policy, and its decision to invoke the 'prompt corrective action' framework that restricts lending by NPA-hobbled banks, among others.
Yesterday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley criticised the RBI for "looking the other way" during the UPA era when "banks were asked to lend recklessly".
Last week, RBI deputy governor Viral Acharya warned the government that there would be disastrous consequences if the central bank’s autonomy is undermined.
So far, markets have not reacted to the developments.

Tuesday, 30 October 2018

BPCL | Just Dial | Union Bank | HDFC AMC | Airtel | Man Industries

Bank of Baroda | Finolex Industries | LIC Housing Finance | Chambal Fertilizers | Tata Power | Cadila Healthcare are stocks, which are in news today.



Results on Tuesday: Tech Mahindra, Bank of Baroda, Dena Bank, ABB India, IDFC, Info Edge (India), IRB Infrastructure Developers, JK Tyre & Industries, Jayaswal Neco Industries, Talwalkars Better Value Fitness, Krebs Biochemicals, Accelya Kale Solutions, Alembic, Phillips Carbon Black, Blue Star, Gangotri Textiles, Vakrangee, Cummins India, Bhushan Steel, STI India, Ramco Cements, Pidilite Industries, Borosil Glass Works, Emami, Nitco, Eimco Elecon (India), NOCIL, Cholamandalam Investment, Gateway Distriparks, TCI Finance, Solara Active Pharma, GTL, Times Guaranty, Tata Global Beverages, JHS Svendgaard Laboratories, Unichem Laboratories, Kalyani Forge, Asahi Songwon Colors, Navin Fluorine, Take Solutions, Navkar Corporation, Opto Circuits, Orient Abrasives, Symphony, IFB Industries, BASF India, TD Power Systems, Indian Card Clothing, Shree Renuka Sugars, Bharat Gears, EIH, Binani Industries, Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra), Container Corporation, Esab India, Creditaccess Grameen, Bank of Maharashtra, Astra Microwave, Birla Corporation, JVL Agro Industries, Shemaroo Entertainment, Teamlease Services, Motilal Oswal Financial, R Systems International, Emkay Global Financial, Orient Refractories, Jindal Stainless (Hisar), Merck, Prestige Estates Projects, Kanani Industries, Dalmia Bharat, Manpasand Beverages, Electrosteel Steels, Hind Rectifiers, Redington (India), JMC Projects (India), National Fertilizers, Torrent Power, AksharChem India, Welspun Enterprises, 3M India, Future Market Networks, Landmark Property, Revathi Equipment.
BPCL Q2: Profit falls to Rs 1,218.7 crore versus Rs 2,293.3 crore; revenue rises to Rs 82,884.82 crore versus Rs 82,430.93 crore QoQ.
Just Dial Q2: Profit rises to Rs 48.38 crore versus Rs 37.46 crore; revenue increases to Rs 221.03 crore versus Rs 194.47 crore YoY.
Finolex Industries Q2: Profit jumps to Rs 76.4 crore versus Rs 28.2 crore; revenue rises 14 percent to Rs 542.6 crore versus Rs 475.3 crore YoY.
Nilkamal Q2: Profit drops 10.4 percent to Rs 24.9 crore versus Rs 27.8 crore; revenue increases 32.1 percent to Rs 613.7 crore versus Rs 464.7 crore YoY.
Union Bank of India Q2: Net profit at Rs 139 crore versus loss of Rs 1,530.7 crore; net interest income increases 7.4 percent to Rs 2,493.1 crore versus Rs 2,320.7 crore YoY.
Swaraj Engines Q2: Profit rises 8 percent to Rs 25.37 crore versus Rs 23.5 crore; revenue jumps 18 percent to Rs 247 crore versus Rs 208.7 crore YoY.
Granules India Q2: Consolidated profit spikes 49.4 percent to Rs 60.2 crore versus Rs 40.3 crore; revenue jumps 48 percent to Rs 580.8 crore versus Rs 392.5 crore YoY.
LIC Housing Finance Q2: Profit rises 11.5 percent to Rs 573.2 crore versus Rs 513.9 crore; net interest income increases 5.1 percent to Rs 1,012 crore versus Rs 963 crore YoY.
HDFC AMC Q2: Profit rises 15 percent to Rs 205.9 crore versus Rs 179.8 crore; revenue increases 12 percent to Rs 480.4 crore versus Rs 430 crore YoY.
Chennai Petroleum Corporation Q2: Profit falls to Rs 27 crore versus Rs 156 crore; revenue increases to Rs 15,084 crore versus Rs 12,355.8 crore QoQ.
Sun Pharma Advanced Research Q2: Loss at Rs 2.58 crore versus loss at Rs 62.57 crore; revenue rises to Rs 61.35 crore versus Rs 15.36 crore YoY.
HPL Electric & Power Q2: Profit increases to Rs 7.8 crore versus Rs 6.2 crore; revenue rises to Rs 286.5 crore versus Rs 224.2 crore YoY.
Ballarpur Industries Q2: Consolidated loss narrows to Rs 142.64 crore versus Rs 293.67 crore; revenue rises to Rs 936.7 crore versus Rs 586 crore YoY.
Chambal Fertilizers Q2: Profit rises to Rs 145 crore versus Rs 144.3 crore; revenue increases to Rs 2,486 crore versus Rs 2,108 crore YoY.
Mahindra Holidays Q2: Profit falls to Rs 14.46 crore versus Rs 31.70 crore; revenue declines to Rs 209.4 crore versus Rs 240 crore YoY.
HSIL Q2: Profit dips to Rs 4.67 crore versus Rs 23.50 crore; revenue jumps to Rs 622.65 crore versus Rs 531.3 crore YoY.
DCM Shriram Q2: Consolidated profit falls to Rs 167.72 crore versus Rs 172 crore; revenue rises to Rs 1,700 crore versus Rs 1,605 crore YoY.
Man Industries Q2: Profit jumps to Rs 15.21 crore versus Rs 9.35 crore; revenue surges to Rs 803 crore versus Rs 284.3 crore YoY.
Thirumalai Chemicals Q2: Profit rises to Rs 53.1 crore versus Rs 46.31 crore; revenue increases to Rs 363.4 crore versus Rs 311.50 crore YoY.
Action Construction Equipment Q2: Profit increases to Rs 12.4 crore versus Rs 11 crore; revenue jumps to Rs 344 crore versus Rs 251 crore YoY.
Sagar Cements Q2: Consolidated loss at Rs 8.01 crore versus profit at Rs 8.54 crore; revenue rises to Rs 257.7 crore versus Rs 235 crore YoY.
Tata Power: Company revised issuance in one or more tranches, of non-cumulative, redeemable, taxable, listed, rated securities in the form of non-convertible debentures (NCDs) upto Rs 5,500 crore on private placement basis.
Cadila Healthcare: Company has subscribed 51 percent shares of Windlas Healthcare Private Limited (Windlas) as per the share purchase agreement executed by the company and Windlas. Windlas has become a subsidiary of the company.
Sunteck Realty: Company issued commercial paper of Rs 25 crore.
Minda Corporation: India Ratings and Research upgraded company's long term issuer rating to AA- from A+.
Sagar Cements: Board appointed Dr S Anand Reddy, currently Joint Managing Director, as Managing Director and S Sreekanth Reddy, currently Executive Director, as Joint Managing Director.
Bharti Airtel: Company said IPO preparations are proceeding as per plan, new board is in place with new investor’s representatives and company remained very confident about the IPO process.
Tanla Solutions: Company retained former Airtel CEO Sanjay Kapoor as senior advisor and mentor for its growth strategy and appointed Sriram Vinjamuri as Chief Operating Officer.
Bulk Deals
Kwality: Letko Brosseau Emerging Markets Equity Fund sold 40 lakh equity shares of the company at Rs 7.1 per share and Sanjay Dhingra sold 24 lakh shares at Rs 7.05 per share.
Madhya Bharat Agro: Ostwal Phoschem India purchased 1.98 lakh shares of the company at Rs 45.13 per share on the NSE.
Ujjivan Financial Services: Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund A/C Franklin India High Growth Companies Fund 11624 bought 10,52,508 shares of the company at Rs 184.44 per share on the NSE.
Analyst or Board Meet/Briefings
India Home Loan: Board meeting is scheduled on November 5 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
CL Educate: Company scheduled an analysts and investors Quarter 2, Financial Year 2018-19 Earnings Call on November 5 to discuss the unaudited financial results (standalone and consolidated) for the quarter and half year ended September 2018.
Mcleod Russel India: Board meeting is scheduled on November 12 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
UFO Moviez India: Board meeting is scheduled on November 12 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Centrum Capital: Board meeting is scheduled on November 12 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Autolite India: Board meeting is scheduled on November 14 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Page Industries: Board meeting is scheduled on November 14 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Fortis Healthcare: Board meeting is scheduled on November 5 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
S Chand and Company: Board meeting is scheduled on November 5 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Sheela Foam: Board meeting is scheduled on November 5 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Asahi India Glass: Board meeting is scheduled on November 5 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
RPG Life Sciences: Board meeting is scheduled on November 5 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Renaissance Jewellery: Board meeting is scheduled on November 5 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Sanghi Industries: Board meeting is scheduled on November 6 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Astrazeneca Pharma: Board meeting is scheduled on November 13 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Manappuram Finance: Board meeting is scheduled on November 6 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Electrosteel Castings: Board meeting is scheduled on November 10 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
BL Kashyap and Sons: Board meeting is scheduled on November 10 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
GOCL Corporation: Board meeting is scheduled on November 13 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
NCC: Board meeting is scheduled on November 13 to consider financial results for the quarter ended September 2018.
Shriram City Union Finance: Banking and Securities Management Committee meeting will be held on November 2 to consider certain terms of the issue, including the size of the issue.
Bombay Rayon Fashions: Extra-Ordinary General Meeting to be held on November 22.
MAS Financial Services: Company has scheduled a conference call with analysts and investors on Thursday November 1, wherein the management will discuss the financial results with the participants.
Triveni Turbine: Board meeting is scheduled on November 1 to consider the unaudited financial results for the quarter and half-year ended September 2018 and also consider a proposal for buy-back of the equity shares.
Sharda Cropchem: Conference call for analyst and investors is scheduled on November 1.
Thomas Cook: Conference call for the analysts and investors is scheduled to be held on November 2.
Shriram Transport Finance: Company's officials will be meeting analysts/investors on October 30, November 1 and 2.
Siemens: Company's officials will be meeting Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management on October 30.

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