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CNBC-TV18's top stocks to watch out for on June 10

Updated : 2020-06-10 07:29:09

The Indian market is likely to open flat with a positive bias on Wednesday following subdued trend in the Asian peers. At 7:00 am, the SGX Nifty was trading 20.25 points or 0.20 percent higher at 10,092.50, indicating a mildly positive start for the Sensex and Nifty50.

 Hero MotoCorp:  The two-wheeler maker reported 15 percent fall in Q4FY20 standalone profit to Rs 621 crore as against Rs 730.32 crore in the same period last year. Revenue from operations declined 21 percent to Rs 6,238 crore, YoY, impacted by lower sales volumes, which fell 25 percent to 13.35 lakh units during the March quarter.
Hero MotoCorp: The two-wheeler maker reported 15 percent fall in Q4FY20 standalone profit to Rs 621 crore as against Rs 730.32 crore in the same period last year. Revenue from operations declined 21 percent to Rs 6,238 crore, YoY, impacted by lower sales volumes, which fell 25 percent to 13.35 lakh units during the March quarter.
 Maruti Suzuki India:  The company’s production in May declined to 3,714 vehicles as against 1,51,188 vehicles in the same month last year.
Maruti Suzuki India: The company’s production in May declined to 3,714 vehicles as against 1,51,188 vehicles in the same month last year.
 Wipro:  The company has collaborated with Amazon Web Services to help global organizations leverage the benefits of automation, effective monitoring and rapid deployment leveraging DevOps. (Image: Reuters)
Wipro: The company has collaborated with Amazon Web Services to help global organizations leverage the benefits of automation, effective monitoring and rapid deployment leveraging DevOps. (Image: Reuters)
 JM Financial:  The company has launched a qualified institutional placement with an indicative issue size of $101.8 million, or up to Rs 770 crore. The QIP has been launched at an indicative price of Rs 66.72 per share.
JM Financial: The company has launched a qualified institutional placement with an indicative issue size of $101.8 million, or up to Rs 770 crore. The QIP has been launched at an indicative price of Rs 66.72 per share.
 Godrej Consumer Products : Vivek Gambhir has resigned as MD & CEO of the company for personal reasons. Nisaba Godrej has been appointed as MD till the conclusion of the existing term.
Godrej Consumer Products: Vivek Gambhir has resigned as MD & CEO of the company for personal reasons. Nisaba Godrej has been appointed as MD till the conclusion of the existing term.
 Indiabulls Real Estate:  CARE Ratings has revised the long-term rating of the company to CARE A citing challenges faced by the real estate sector and the expected adverse fallout on the sector from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indiabulls Real Estate: CARE Ratings has revised the long-term rating of the company to CARE A citing challenges faced by the real estate sector and the expected adverse fallout on the sector from the COVID-19 pandemic.
 OIL India:  The company has said that its oil well in Baghjan, Assam, caught fire while the clearing operations were on and there was no casualty reported. The situation demands the arrangement of large quantities of water, installation of high discharge pumps and removal of debris. All the operations as per ALERT will take about 4 weeks. Efforts will be made to reduce this timeframe as much as possible, the company said.
OIL India: The company has said that its oil well in Baghjan, Assam, caught fire while the clearing operations were on and there was no casualty reported. The situation demands the arrangement of large quantities of water, installation of high discharge pumps and removal of debris. All the operations as per ALERT will take about 4 weeks. Efforts will be made to reduce this timeframe as much as possible, the company said.
 Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Co Ltd:  The company reported 96.1 percent decline in Q4FY20 net profit to Rs 48.63 crore from Rs 1,253.37 crore while revenue from operations fell 88.76 percent to Rs 313.10 crore as against Rs 2,786.36 crore, YoY.
Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Co Ltd: The company reported 96.1 percent decline in Q4FY20 net profit to Rs 48.63 crore from Rs 1,253.37 crore while revenue from operations fell 88.76 percent to Rs 313.10 crore as against Rs 2,786.36 crore, YoY.
 Cupid:  The company received a repeat order from the Medical Stores Department, Government of Tanzania for the supply of male condoms worth Rs 23.61 crore.
Cupid: The company received a repeat order from the Medical Stores Department, Government of Tanzania for the supply of male condoms worth Rs 23.61 crore.
 Gujarat Pipavav Port:  The company’s net profit in Q4FY20 fell to Rs 47.2 crore versus Rs 50.6 crore while revenue declined to Rs 161.9 crore versus Rs 180.1 crore, YoY. (Image: Reuters)
Gujarat Pipavav Port: The company’s net profit in Q4FY20 fell to Rs 47.2 crore versus Rs 50.6 crore while revenue declined to Rs 161.9 crore versus Rs 180.1 crore, YoY. (Image: Reuters)
 Q4FY20 Earnings:  Mahanagar Gas, Indian Hotels, Century Textiles, Shriram Transport Finance, Dhanuka Agritech, Dwarikesh Sugar, Orient Green Power Company, HSIL, Jamna Auto Industries, Jindal Stainless (Hisar), Lyka Labs among others.
Q4FY20 Earnings: Mahanagar Gas, Indian Hotels, Century Textiles, Shriram Transport Finance, Dhanuka Agritech, Dwarikesh Sugar, Orient Green Power Company, HSIL, Jamna Auto Industries, Jindal Stainless (Hisar), Lyka Labs among others.
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