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CNBC-TV18's top stocks to watch out for on August 27

Updated : 2019-08-27 07:33:07

Indian shares are set for a positive start on Tuesday on the twin effect of RBI approving transfer of Rs 1.76 lakh crore surplus to the government, and finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman announcing a slew of measures to revive the economy. Meanwhile, Asian stocks tracked US shares which rose on the signs Sino-US trade hostilities might be easing. At 6:55 AM, the Nifty Futures traded 0.16 percent higher at 11,070, indicating a positive start for the Sensex and the Nifty. Here are the stocks to watch out for:

Infosys: IT major Infosys on Monday said a board committee is considering closure of the Rs 8,260 crore buyback offer with the company utilising almost full size of the issue approved. The company in January had announced that it would buy back shares of the company for an amount aggregating up to Rs 8,260 crore (maximum buyback size) at a price not exceeding Rs 800 per equity share. (Image: Reuters)
Infosys: IT major Infosys on Monday said a board committee is considering closure of the Rs 8,260 crore buyback offer with the company utilising almost full size of the issue approved. The company in January had announced that it would buy back shares of the company for an amount aggregating up to Rs 8,260 crore (maximum buyback size) at a price not exceeding Rs 800 per equity share. (Image: Reuters)
Future Lifestyles: Future Lifestyle Fashions Ltd on Monday informed that it has got shareholders' approval to raise Rs 300 crore by issuing equity shares to Apollo India Private Equity IV (Mauritius) Ltd on a preferential basis. The company has received approval to issue 64.79 lakh equity shares of the face value of Rs 2 each at an
Future Lifestyles: Future Lifestyle Fashions Ltd on Monday informed that it has got shareholders' approval to raise Rs 300 crore by issuing equity shares to Apollo India Private Equity IV (Mauritius) Ltd on a preferential basis. The company has received approval to issue 64.79 lakh equity shares of the face value of Rs 2 each at an "issue price of Rs 463 per Equity Share (including a premium of Rs.461 per Equity Share) on the preferential basis" to Apollo India, in an extraordinary general meeting held on Monday. (Image: Company)
Bank of Baroda: Second largest state-run lender Bank of Baroda is looking to buy out assets worth around Rs 6,000 crore from the fund-starved non-banking finance companies this quarter, a senior bank official said Monday. The lender had already bought around Rs 3,500 crore loans from NBFCs in the June quarter, while for the year March 2019, it had purchased assets worth around Rs 10,000 crore from NBFCs/housing finance companies. (Image: Reuters)
Bank of Baroda: Second largest state-run lender Bank of Baroda is looking to buy out assets worth around Rs 6,000 crore from the fund-starved non-banking finance companies this quarter, a senior bank official said Monday. The lender had already bought around Rs 3,500 crore loans from NBFCs in the June quarter, while for the year March 2019, it had purchased assets worth around Rs 10,000 crore from NBFCs/housing finance companies. (Image: Reuters)
Pidilite Industries: The company entered into a JV with Bengaluru-based company Chetana Expotential Technologies. (Image: Company)
Pidilite Industries: The company entered into a JV with Bengaluru-based company Chetana Expotential Technologies. (Image: Company)
Reliance Nippon Life: Nippon Life bought a 10.6 percent stake in the company via open offer. Nippon Life Now holds 53.46 percent stake in the company. (Image: Company)
Reliance Nippon Life: Nippon Life bought a 10.6 percent stake in the company via open offer. Nippon Life Now holds 53.46 percent stake in the company. (Image: Company)
Vadilal Industries: CARE downgraded the credit rating of the company's long term bank facilities to BBB from BBB+. (Image: Company)
Vadilal Industries: CARE downgraded the credit rating of the company's long term bank facilities to BBB from BBB+. (Image: Company)
Kajaria Ceramics: Board members approved the scheme of amalgamation for the merger of subsidiary Kajaria Tiles (formerly known as Kajaria Floera Ceramics) with the company. (Image: Company)
Kajaria Ceramics: Board members approved the scheme of amalgamation for the merger of subsidiary Kajaria Tiles (formerly known as Kajaria Floera Ceramics) with the company. (Image: Company)
HDIL: The company received an order to admit the company under IBC from Bankruptcy Court. (Image: Company)
HDIL: The company received an order to admit the company under IBC from Bankruptcy Court. (Image: Company)
Sastasundar Ventures: Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan signed an agreement to invest Rs 100 crore in Sastasundar Healthbuddy, subsidiary of the company. (Image: Company)
Sastasundar Ventures: Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan signed an agreement to invest Rs 100 crore in Sastasundar Healthbuddy, subsidiary of the company. (Image: Company)
Emami Paper Mills: The company has conveyed that it has decided against investing in Gujarat Project until the market improves. (Image: Company)
Emami Paper Mills: The company has conveyed that it has decided against investing in Gujarat Project until the market improves. (Image: Company)
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