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Top stocks to watch out for on April 5: Jet Airways, Maruti Suzuki, Titan Company

Updated : April 05, 2019 07:52 AM IST

Indian benchmark indices BSE Sensex and NSE’s Nifty 50 are set to open slightly higher on Friday amid thin trades in Asia as investors turned caution ahead of US payrolls and a holiday in China and Hong Kong. The two indices on Thursday closed lower after the Reserve Bank of India cut key repo rate by 25 basis points. Here are the top stocks to watch out for in today's trade:

Jet Airways: Debt-laden Jet Airways' lenders on Thursday said they would invite bids for selling the stake in the airline on April 6 as part of a time-bound resolution plan. (stock image)
Jet Airways: Debt-laden Jet Airways' lenders on Thursday said they would invite bids for selling the stake in the airline on April 6 as part of a time-bound resolution plan. (stock image)
Maruti Suzuki: The country's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) cut vehicle production by around 21 per cent across its factories in March due to subdued demand.<br />(Image: Reuters)
Maruti Suzuki: The country's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) cut vehicle production by around 21 per cent across its factories in March due to subdued demand.
(Image: Reuters)
Aviation stocks: India registered double-digit growth in domestic air passenger traffic for the 54th consecutive month in February, global airlines' body IATA said on Thursday. (Image: Reuters)
Aviation stocks: India registered double-digit growth in domestic air passenger traffic for the 54th consecutive month in February, global airlines' body IATA said on Thursday. (Image: Reuters)
Britannia Industries: The company on Thursday said it has raised Rs 500 crore through issuance of commercial paper. (stock image)
Britannia Industries: The company on Thursday said it has raised Rs 500 crore through issuance of commercial paper. (stock image)
Titan Company: The firm said its sales in FY19 was up by 21 percent and it targets around 20 percent growth in the new financial year, despite the muted outlook for economy. The company's jewellery division grew 22 percent and eyewear by 23 percent in FY19. (stock image)
Titan Company: The firm said its sales in FY19 was up by 21 percent and it targets around 20 percent growth in the new financial year, despite the muted outlook for economy. The company's jewellery division grew 22 percent and eyewear by 23 percent in FY19. (stock image)
Hindustan Copper Ltd: The PSU on Thursday said provisional copper ore production for the 2018-19 fiscal stood at 41.22 lakh tonnes, 12 per cent higher than that of last year. (stock image)
Hindustan Copper Ltd: The PSU on Thursday said provisional copper ore production for the 2018-19 fiscal stood at 41.22 lakh tonnes, 12 per cent higher than that of last year. (stock image)
Cipla: The firm received the Establishment Inspection Report (EIR) from USFDA, indicating closure of the inspection of Goa manufacturing facility. (Image: Reuters)
Cipla: The firm received the Establishment Inspection Report (EIR) from USFDA, indicating closure of the inspection of Goa manufacturing facility. (Image: Reuters)
Godrej Properties: The firm added a new residential project in Navi Mumbai and increased its equity stake in Wonder Space Properties Private Limited from 25.1 percent to 96.03 percent by acquiring equity shares from Shubh Properties. (Image: Reuters)
Godrej Properties: The firm added a new residential project in Navi Mumbai and increased its equity stake in Wonder Space Properties Private Limited from 25.1 percent to 96.03 percent by acquiring equity shares from Shubh Properties. (Image: Reuters)
Vedanta: Moody's Investors Service Thursday assigned B2 rating to Vedanta's proposed senior unsecured notes and said the outlook was negative. (Image: Reuters)
Vedanta: Moody's Investors Service Thursday assigned B2 rating to Vedanta's proposed senior unsecured notes and said the outlook was negative. (Image: Reuters)
Yes Bank: The bank is likely to raise $500 million via share sale to institutional investors, Mint reported. (Image: Reuters)
Yes Bank: The bank is likely to raise $500 million via share sale to institutional investors, Mint reported. (Image: Reuters)
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