Indian shares are likely to open higher on Friday tracking rally in global peers and after domestic wholesale inflation eased in October. Among stocks in news, Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel reported record losses in the second quarter ended in September. Cipla said it has received four observations from the USFDA for its manufacturing facilities in Patalganga. Here are other stocks that you should watch out for in today's trade:
L&T Finance is selling its 100 percent stake in unit L&T Capital Markets (Middle East) to Proud Securities and Credits.
Vodafone Idea records a loss of Rs 50,921 crore in Q2FY20 as against Rs 4,874 crore loss in previous quarter.
Tata Power announces the issuance of debt securities worth Rs 220 crore.
MOIL approves share buyback worth Rs 308.27 crore of 2.02 crore shares, representing a 7.87 percent stake.
Natco Pharma says its Finished Dosage Formulations facility in Visakhapatnam commenced commercial operations.
Wipro says unit Topcoder has unveiled Talent-as-a-Service (TaaS), an on-Demand Workforce Model.
Cipla says the USFDA issued 4 observations after it conducted an inspection for both formulations and APIs at its facility in Patalganga.
ONGC reports a 6.1 percent QoQ rise in net profit in Q2FY20 to Rs 6,263 crore.
Indian Overseas Bank reports a divergence of Rs 2,262 crore in provisioning for bad loans in the year ended March 2019.