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Top stocks to watch out for on January 3: Bank of Baroda, Jet Airways, Vedanta, Reliance Industries

Updated : January 03, 2019 07:40 AM IST

Indian shares are likely to open slightly higher on Thursday after previous day's selloff, but the investor sentiment is likely to remain subdued as Apple Inc's revenue forecast cut stoked concerns about the slowing global economy. At 07:00 AM, SGX Nifty, an early indicator of the Nifty 50's trend in India, was up 0.12 percent at 10,845, indicating a flat-to-positive start for the Indian market.

Bank of Baroda on Wednesday said its board has approved raising up to Rs 1,285 crore by issuing Basel III compliant bonds. (Image credits: Reuters/ Caption credits: PTI)
Bank of Baroda on Wednesday said its board has approved raising up to Rs 1,285 crore by issuing Basel III compliant bonds. (Image credits: Reuters/ Caption credits: PTI)
RIL-owned Reliance Jio led the subscription race in October with an addition of around 1.05 crore subscribers, followed by BSNL, as all the other major players registered a decline in their subscriber base. (Image credits: Reuters/Caption credits: PTI)
RIL-owned Reliance Jio led the subscription race in October with an addition of around 1.05 crore subscribers, followed by BSNL, as all the other major players registered a decline in their subscriber base. (Image credits: Reuters/Caption credits: PTI)
The Tamil Nadu government on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court challenging the National Green Tribunal's (NGT) order for reopening Vedanta's Sterlite copper smelting plant in Thoothukudi, which was shut down by the state government for causing irreversible water pollution. (Image credits: Reuters/Caption credits: IANS)
The Tamil Nadu government on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court challenging the National Green Tribunal's (NGT) order for reopening Vedanta's Sterlite copper smelting plant in Thoothukudi, which was shut down by the state government for causing irreversible water pollution. (Image credits: Reuters/Caption credits: IANS)
Indian state-owned fuel retailers have stopped absorbing a government-mandated cut of Re 1 a litre in their marketing margins on the sale of petrol and diesel due to a steep fall in global oil prices, said MK Surana, chairman of one of the three companies, Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd. (Reuters)
Indian state-owned fuel retailers have stopped absorbing a government-mandated cut of Re 1 a litre in their marketing margins on the sale of petrol and diesel due to a steep fall in global oil prices, said MK Surana, chairman of one of the three companies, Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd. (Reuters)
Oil and Natural Gas Corp Ltd will reconsider the government's demand that it list ONGC Videsh Ltd, its overseas exploration subsidiary, Shashi Shanker, chairman and managing director of the company said on Wednesday. (Reuters)
Oil and Natural Gas Corp Ltd will reconsider the government's demand that it list ONGC Videsh Ltd, its overseas exploration subsidiary, Shashi Shanker, chairman and managing director of the company said on Wednesday. (Reuters)
Dena Bank, Vijaya Bank and Bank of Baroda: The government on Wednesday approved the merger of Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank with Bank of Baroda (BoB) to make it a globally competitive lender. (Image credits: Reuters/Caption credits: PTI)
Dena Bank, Vijaya Bank and Bank of Baroda: The government on Wednesday approved the merger of Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank with Bank of Baroda (BoB) to make it a globally competitive lender. (Image credits: Reuters/Caption credits: PTI)
Rating agency ICRA has downgraded financially-troubled Jet Airways' short and long term credit facilities after the company on Tuesday reported a delay in paying interest and installment due to banks. (Image credits: Reuters/Caption credits: IANS)
Rating agency ICRA has downgraded financially-troubled Jet Airways' short and long term credit facilities after the company on Tuesday reported a delay in paying interest and installment due to banks. (Image credits: Reuters/Caption credits: IANS)
State-owned Syndicate Bank on Wednesday said it would raise up to Rs 500 crore by issuing shares to its employees under the employee stock purchase scheme. (Image credits: stock picture/Caption credits: PTI)
State-owned Syndicate Bank on Wednesday said it would raise up to Rs 500 crore by issuing shares to its employees under the employee stock purchase scheme. (Image credits: stock picture/Caption credits: PTI)
The company is considering to raise up to Rs 45,000 crore through NCDs on January 29. (Picture credits: stock image)
The company is considering to raise up to Rs 45,000 crore through NCDs on January 29. (Picture credits: stock image)
Punjab National Bank’s home loan subsidiary, PNB Housing Finance, has raised $265 million (around Rs 1,853 crore) through external commercial borrowing (ECB). The fund, raised in the last week of December, will be utilised for normal on-lending operations, the company said in a statement on Wednesday. (Picture credits: Reuters/Caption credits: PTI)
Punjab National Bank’s home loan subsidiary, PNB Housing Finance, has raised $265 million (around Rs 1,853 crore) through external commercial borrowing (ECB). The fund, raised in the last week of December, will be utilised for normal on-lending operations, the company said in a statement on Wednesday. (Picture credits: Reuters/Caption credits: PTI)
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