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CNBC-TV18's top stocks to watch out for on September 3

Updated : 2019-09-03 07:47:28

Indian shares are likely to open little changed on Tuesday, tracking muted Asian peers, as concerns over the sluggish economic growth coupled with US-China trade frictions are likely to limit gains. At 7:10 AM, the SGX Nifty futures traded lower by 0.07 percent, or 8 points, at 10,933.50, indicating a weak start for the Sensex and Nifty. Here are the top stocks to watch out for:

Coal India: The company said its production in August fell by 10.3 percent to 34.77 million tonnes against the 38.78 million tonnes in the same month last year. Coal offtake in August too contracted by 10.4 percent to 40.47 million tonnes.
Coal India: The company said its production in August fell by 10.3 percent to 34.77 million tonnes against the 38.78 million tonnes in the same month last year. Coal offtake in August too contracted by 10.4 percent to 40.47 million tonnes.
M&M: The company is buying a 55 percent stake in ride-hailing firm Meru Travel Solutions for a cash consideration of up to Rs 201.5 crore.
M&M: The company is buying a 55 percent stake in ride-hailing firm Meru Travel Solutions for a cash consideration of up to Rs 201.5 crore.
Yes Bank: The bank on Friday announced its decision to raise its authorised share-capital base by 37 percent to Rs 1,100 crore.
Yes Bank: The bank on Friday announced its decision to raise its authorised share-capital base by 37 percent to Rs 1,100 crore.
Dilip Buildcon: The company signed an agreement with Cube Highways for sale of five under construction Hybrid Annuity Model projects. The total equity valuation of the said five projects is expected at around Rs 702 crore.
Dilip Buildcon: The company signed an agreement with Cube Highways for sale of five under construction Hybrid Annuity Model projects. The total equity valuation of the said five projects is expected at around Rs 702 crore.
PNB: The bank's board of directors will meet on September 5 to consider the lender's merger with Oriental Bank of Commerce and United Bank of India.
PNB: The bank's board of directors will meet on September 5 to consider the lender's merger with Oriental Bank of Commerce and United Bank of India.
DHFL: The board has given its approval for the conversion of whole or part of its debt into equity shares.
DHFL: The board has given its approval for the conversion of whole or part of its debt into equity shares.
L&T Infotech: The company has completed the acquisition of 100 percent shareholding of Lym bye. Consequently, Lym bye is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company.
L&T Infotech: The company has completed the acquisition of 100 percent shareholding of Lym bye. Consequently, Lym bye is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company.
REC: The board of directors approved the sale and transfer of Ajmer Phagi Transco Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of RECTPCL and REC.
REC: The board of directors approved the sale and transfer of Ajmer Phagi Transco Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of RECTPCL and REC.
GSK Pharma: The company divested its lands at Thane measuring approximately 2,40,140 square meters in favour of Oberoi Realty Limited for a total consideration of Rs 889,50,00,000.
GSK Pharma: The company divested its lands at Thane measuring approximately 2,40,140 square meters in favour of Oberoi Realty Limited for a total consideration of Rs 889,50,00,000.
IndiGo: The company approved the appointment of Aditya Pande as the chief financial officer with effect from September 16. Rohit Philip, the chief financial officer, has resigned. (Image: Reuters)
IndiGo: The company approved the appointment of Aditya Pande as the chief financial officer with effect from September 16. Rohit Philip, the chief financial officer, has resigned. (Image: Reuters)
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