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Top stocks to watch out for on February 28: Jet Airways, Wipro, Allahabad Bank

Updated : 2019-02-28 08:33:20

The Indian market is set for a mixed start on Thursday amid rising tensions between India and Pakistan. Investors remain wary of the ongoing conflict between the two nuclear-armed neighbours and are cautious of the impact on the economy. Here are the top stocks to watch out for in today's trade:

Jet Airways: The airline on Wednesday said it grounded seven more aircraft as the carrier failed to make payments to its lessors, taking the tally of planes hamstrung by the defaults to 13. (Reuters)
Jet Airways: The airline on Wednesday said it grounded seven more aircraft as the carrier failed to make payments to its lessors, taking the tally of planes hamstrung by the defaults to 13. (Reuters)
Wipro: The company on Wednesday said it would sell its Workday and Cornerstone On Demand business to Illinois-based Alight for cash consideration of up to $110 million. (Image: Reuters)
Wipro: The company on Wednesday said it would sell its Workday and Cornerstone On Demand business to Illinois-based Alight for cash consideration of up to $110 million. (Image: Reuters)
Spicejet: The airline on Wednesday announced to launch daily direct flights to Odisha's Jharsuguda from Delhi, Hyderabad and Kolkata under the UDAN scheme from March 31. (Image: Reuters)
Spicejet: The airline on Wednesday announced to launch daily direct flights to Odisha's Jharsuguda from Delhi, Hyderabad and Kolkata under the UDAN scheme from March 31. (Image: Reuters)
Maruti Suzuki India: The auto major on Wednesday launched the 2019 edition of its hatchback Ignis with updated safety features priced between Rs 4.79-7.14 lakh (Image: Reuters)
Maruti Suzuki India: The auto major on Wednesday launched the 2019 edition of its hatchback Ignis with updated safety features priced between Rs 4.79-7.14 lakh (Image: Reuters)
Allahabad Bank: The bank, in an exchange filing, said the government infused capital amounting Rs 6,896 crore. (Image: stock image)
Allahabad Bank: The bank, in an exchange filing, said the government infused capital amounting Rs 6,896 crore. (Image: stock image)
Punjab National Bank: The bank, in an exchange filing, said it reduced its MCLR from 8.15 percent to 8.05 percent. The rate is applicable from March 1. (Image: Reuters)
Punjab National Bank: The bank, in an exchange filing, said it reduced its MCLR from 8.15 percent to 8.05 percent. The rate is applicable from March 1. (Image: Reuters)
Quick Heal Technologies: The IT security solutions company, in an exchange filing, said the board of the company will consider a buyback of shares on March 5. (Image: Reuters)
Quick Heal Technologies: The IT security solutions company, in an exchange filing, said the board of the company will consider a buyback of shares on March 5. (Image: Reuters)
PSU Banks: The finance ministry will launch EASE report which will show the performance of public sector banks post-recapitalisation. (Image: Reuters)
PSU Banks: The finance ministry will launch EASE report which will show the performance of public sector banks post-recapitalisation. (Image: Reuters)
Bharti Airtel: Nokia's solution would be deployed by telecom operator Bharti Airtel in over a dozen circles or service areas in northern and southern parts of the country to automate its data centre networks, a statement said. (Image: Reuters)
Bharti Airtel: Nokia's solution would be deployed by telecom operator Bharti Airtel in over a dozen circles or service areas in northern and southern parts of the country to automate its data centre networks, a statement said. (Image: Reuters)
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