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Top stocks to watch out for on February 26: Jet Airways, Bharti Airtel, Fortis Healthcare

Top stocks to watch out for on February 26: Jet Airways, Bharti Airtel, Fortis Healthcare
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By CNBC-TV18 Feb 26, 2019 7:40:26 AM IST (Published)

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The Indian market is set for a mixed start on Tuesday following the Asian market trend as the global market absorbed the progress on the US-China trade talks. Here are the top stocks to watch out for in today's trade:

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Bharti Airtel, in an exchange filing, said its board of directors will meet on February 28 to consider a proposal for fundraising. (Image: Reuters)

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Motilal Oswal, IIFL: After Sebi declared Motilal Oswal Financial Services and IIFL Holdings' commodity broking subsidiaries as not fit and proper, 63 Moons chief Jignesh Shah, on Monday said there is no need for brokerages to exit the business in all exchanges. (Image: Reuters)

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Fortis Healthcare said it has asked markets regulator Sebi to initiate legal proceedings, including arrest of its former promoters Singh borthers, to recover Rs 472 crore from them and related entities, PTI reported. (Image: Reuters)

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Lupin,  in an exchange filing, said it received the FDA approval for Methylprednisolone Tablets USP. (Image: Reuters)

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Hindustan Zinc/Vedanta: Hindustan Zinc, the wholly owned listed subsidiary of Vedanta, said Agnivesh Agarwal is stepping down as the chairman and director. (Image: stock image)

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Jet Airways and Etihad Airways on Monday told PTI they along with key financial stakeholders are working towards finalisation of bank-led provisional resolution plan for the debt-laden domestic airline. (Image: Reuters)

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Eicher Motors: The Royal Enfield manufacturer, in an exchange filing, said the strike at the Oragadam Plant in Chennai has come to an end. (Image: stock image)

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Hyderabad Industries Limited (HIL): India Ratings and Research assigned long term credit rating as AA- with stable outlook for loan facilities worth Rs 276 crore. (Image: stock image)

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