The bright futures on the Singapore Exchange traded 97 points, or 0.68 percent, higher at 14,455.50 with signs that Dalal Street was heading for the start of the gap on Tuesday. Here are a few of the most common stocks in today’s trading:
Stocks in the news: Indigo Paints, HDFC, Tata Consumer, Indian Bank and Tata Motors
Indigo Paints: Paint makers looked set to enjoy a glimpse of the market on Tuesday, as the situation turned to joy in the second market after the 2021 Budget. The fund was advising on market capitalization of Rs 820 each after the Budget after entering Rs 700 Levels 720 the day before, due to six days of continuous sales pressure on the second market adjustment that was eventually overthrown by Monday’s general assembly.
HDFC, Tata Buyer: HDFC, Tata Buyers, Industry PI, Dixon Technologies,
NSE -0.39%, Vinati Organics, V Mart, Balrampur Chini and Intellect Design are some of the companies that will announce their December quarterly results on Tuesday.
Bank of India: Bank of India on Monday announced five NPA accounts, including Cox & Kings and Era Infra Engineering, valued at Rs 148.03 million. Five accounts – Cox & Kings Ltd transferred Rs 68.46 crore; Era Infra Engineering Rs 19.36 crore; Supreme Tex Mart Rs 16.36 crore; RSAL Steel Pvt Ltd Rs 27.35 crore and Pune Buildtech Rs 16.50 crore, Bank of India said in a formal filing.
Tata Motors: The car maker reported a 25.27 percent increase in total sales to 59,959 units in January. The company had sold near to about 47,862 units in the same month last year,
NSE 15.16% in the statement.
Hero MotoCorp: A two-wheeler official reported a 3.14 percent decline in total sales at 4,85,889 units in January. The company had sold near to about 5,01,622 units in the same month last year.
Coal India: Coal government coal production dropped by 4.1 percent to 60.5 million tonnes (MT) last month. Coal India (CIL) produced 63.1 MT of dry oil in January last financial year, the company said in a BSE file.
NIIT Technologies: The company has settled a dispute with the market management of Sebi over a alleged breach of the terms of the list after paying Rs 19.12 lakh on payment charges.
NMDC: The state-owned NMDC on Monday said its steel product remains nearly 25,66 million tons between April 2020 and January 2021.
CDSL: Leading deposit reported more than double the tax-after-tax (PAT) over Rs 51.03 crore in the three months ended December 2020. By comparison, the deposit had sent a PAT of 21.61 crores last year.
RInfra: Rental Infrastructure (RInfra) on Monday reported a 76.8 percent decline in its combined profit to R80.08 million in the quarter ended December 31, 2020.
Triveni Turbine: Triveni Turbine posted a combined profit of Rs 27.54 crore for the quarter ended December 31, 2020 compared to Rs 27.07 crore last year.