Eight shares to watch today: TCS, Bajaj Auto on top

Oct 17 2013, 10:39 IST
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TCS and Bajaj Auto have unveiled stellar numbers and their shares are expected to reflect that. Reuters TCS and Bajaj Auto have unveiled stellar numbers and their shares are expected to reflect that. Reuters
SummaryAside from TCS and Bajaj Auto, newsmaker shares also include Reliance Infrastructure, ONGC, others

Indian shares to watch: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) may boost workforce after profit leap

Bajaj Auto profit tops estimate; weak rupee boosts export earnings

Reliance Infrastructure Ltd plans to sell road projects to pare debt

Oil & Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) finds rich reserves of oil in KG Basin block; reserves seen at 100 million tonnes

Hero MotoCorp on road to sell a record 580,000 vehicles in October - Read story: Hero MotoCorp, firm on road to sell a record 5.8 lakh vehicles

Zydus Cadila, Pieris enter into deal to develop, commercialize Anticalin-based protein therapeutics - Zydus Wellness Ltd and Cadila Healthcare Ltd

Mindtree Ltd July-Sept net up 78 pct

Castrol India Ltd July-Sept net up 22 pct


* Earnings on Thursday: Axis Bank, HCL Technologies - Read story: HCL Technologies' quarterly profit rises 64 pct

New PM candidate Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi boosts India's opposition BJP party - poll

* Vedanta seeks fresh blessing for $3.5 bln India buyout offers

* World Bank slashes India growth forecast to 4.7 percent in 2013/14

* India may squeeze state firms for cash as asset sales falter

* India sees telecoms consolidation as Vodafone lines up $2 bln investment


* Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange up 0.1 percent and the MSCI-Asia Pacific indexexcluding Japan gains 0.5 percent.

* Share markets from Australia to Japan staged a relief rally on Thursday as President Barack Obama declared a deal had been done to lift the government's borrowing limit and avoid a historic default.

* U.S. stocks closed more than 1 percent higher on Wednesday after Senate leaders said they had a deal to reopen the federal government and raise the debt ceiling, which would avoid the threat of a debt default.

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