From Reliance Communications on iPhone 5S, 5C, Tata Motors on FIIs cap and more: 12 shares to watch

Nov 01 2013, 10:02 IST
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Reliance Communications to offer new iPhones for 2,500 rupees per month under 2-year contract. PTI Reliance Communications to offer new iPhones for 2,500 rupees per month under 2-year contract. PTI
SummaryReliance Communications shares under watch as co to offer iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C for Rs 2,500...

Market trends, results and announcements have put Reliance Communications Ltd, Tata Motors, GMR Infrastructure and some other stocks under the must-watch list for today.

Also check: Markets Top Gainers, Markets Top Losers

* Reliance Communications to offer new iPhone 5S and Iphone 5C for 2,500 rupees per month under 2-year contract

* TVS Motor Company Ltd will turn debt-free by fiscal 2015: CFO

* RBI permits hike in FIIs limit in Tata Motors through DVR

* Tata Motors Singapore to raise $500 million of debt

* New Delhi Airport operator, GMR Infra, seeks US expansion

* Sesa Sterlite July-Sept net up more than four fold -

* Gillette India Sept-quarter net down 39 pct

* Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX) founder Jignesh Shah resigns from board

* HCL Technologies ups FIIs investment limit from 30 pct to 49 pct

* Indian Oil Corp (IOC) cuts petrol prices from Friday

* Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd Sept-quarter net profit marginally down

* Infrastructure Development Finance Sept-qtr net profit up 2 pct

* Future Retail Ltd posts Sept-quarter net loss

* Aptech Sept-quarter net up 45.64 pct

* Jobs on the line as India's gold sector suffers under govt curbs

* Tyre makers the big winners from rubber price slump

* Fiscal deficit touches 76 pct of full-year target - govt

* Sept infrastructure output up 8 pct y/y - govt

* Vodafone slashes data prices by 80 pct across the country

FDI in India jumps 35 pc to $13.6 billion in January-July 2013


* India October PMI reading. (0500GMT)

* India October auto sales numbers.

* India forex reserves, bank lending data


* Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange edge down 0.25 percent and the MSCI-Asia Pacific index excluding Japan falls 0.15 percent.

* Asian shares sagged on Friday though upbeat signals on China's manufacturing activity limited losses, while the dollar pushed higher after upbeat US data led some investors to price-in a less dovish stance at the US Federal Reserve.

* US stocks finished lower on Thursday as the Federal Reserve's statement the day before added to investors' anxiety about the timing of a pullback in its stimulus programme.

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