The Indian market is expected to open flat on Thursday tracking muted trend seen in other Asian markets.
Here is a list of Top Ten stocks that are likely to be in focus today:
Brigade Enterprises Ltd: Bengaluru-based Brigade Group, which holds licences to build World Trade Centers in five southern cities, will build its third WTC after Bengaluru and Kochi in Chennai.
Gammon India Ltd: The company said that its board will consider a proposal received from an investor this week for investment in the company’s engineering procurement and construction business, said a media report.
Ashok Leyland Ltd: Defence and security company Saab and Hinduja group flagship Ashok LeylandBSE 0.28 % (ALL) have joined hands to manufacture truck simulators in India under the ‘Make in India’ concept, said a media report.
Jain Irrigations Ltd: Jain Irrigation SystemsBSE 2.64 % Ltd’s (JISL) food processing arm has raised Rs 402 crore from Mandala Capital for growth of the company.
Vijaya Bank: State-run Vijaya BankBSE 0.64 % on Wednesday said the government has approved a capital infusion of Rs.220 crore in lieu of preferential allotment of shares.
Hindustan Zinc Ltd: Hindustan Zinc’s board of directors have declared a special golden jubilee dividend of 1200%– the highest by any private company in India.
Natco Pharma Ltd: Drug firm Natco PharmaBSE 5.19 % said on Wednesday its board has approved to sell its ‘Save Mart Pharmacy Stores’ in the US.
IIFL Holdings Ltd: IIFL Holdings said its subsidiary IIFL Wealth Management has approved conversion of 1.3 crore warrants issued to General Atlantic Singapore into equities.
Kansai Nerolac Ltd: Industrial paints maker Kansai NerolacBSE 3.08 % said it has completed sale of its land in Chennai to realty firm Brigade Properties for over Rs 535 crore.
ABG Shipyard Ltd: BSE revised the circuit limits for share movement of ABG ShipyardBSE 1.30 % and 18 other companies, as part of its surveillance action.