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Top stocks to watch out for on June 27: Sunteck Realty, MindTree, Greaves Cotton, MSTC

Updated : 2019-06-27 07:23:32

Indian shares are set to open little changed on Thursday in line with muted trades in the global markets and ahead of the futures and options derivative contracts. Asian shares struggled to find directors after US President Donald Trump gave mixed signals on US-China trade negotiations. Trump said a trade deal with Chinese President Xi Jinping was possible this weekend but warned he was prepared to impose US tariffs on virtually all remaining Chinese imports if talks fail. Oil prices eased ahead of G20 and Opec meetings. At 7.16 AM, the SGX Nifty futures traded 1.50 points, or 0.01 percent, lower at 11,867.50, indicating a flat start for the Sensex and the Nifty 50. Here are the top stocks to watch out for in today's trade:

Sunteck Realty: Mumbai-based luxury real estate company is gearing to create a portfolio of commercial and retail properties with an investment of Rs 5,000 crore over the next four years. (Image: Company)
Sunteck Realty: Mumbai-based luxury real estate company is gearing to create a portfolio of commercial and retail properties with an investment of Rs 5,000 crore over the next four years. (Image: Company)
State Bank of India: SBI board will consider raising capital via Basel-III compliant debt instruments during financial year 2020. (Image: Reuters)
State Bank of India: SBI board will consider raising capital via Basel-III compliant debt instruments during financial year 2020. (Image: Reuters)
CreditAccess Grameen: The company has completed one securitization and one direct assignment transaction totaling Rs 249.24 crore in financial year 2020. (Image: Company)
CreditAccess Grameen: The company has completed one securitization and one direct assignment transaction totaling Rs 249.24 crore in financial year 2020. (Image: Company)
MSTC: It has signed an agreement with Kerala State Electricity Board for providing e-procurement services for the state’s solar projects.
MSTC: It has signed an agreement with Kerala State Electricity Board for providing e-procurement services for the state’s solar projects.
Greaves Cotton: The board has fixed July 12 as the record date for the share buyback. (Image: Company)
Greaves Cotton: The board has fixed July 12 as the record date for the share buyback. (Image: Company)
Welspun India: The company has entered into a joint venture agreement with Germany’s Sense Organics and has acquired 51 percent stake in its Myanmar arm.
Welspun India: The company has entered into a joint venture agreement with Germany’s Sense Organics and has acquired 51 percent stake in its Myanmar arm.
Cox & Kings: Brickwork Ratings India reaffirmed its credit rating for the company's commercial paper issues at A1+. NCD rating was revised to BWR AA-; Stable from BWR AA.
Cox & Kings: Brickwork Ratings India reaffirmed its credit rating for the company's commercial paper issues at A1+. NCD rating was revised to BWR AA-; Stable from BWR AA.
MindTree: With L&T having bought a controlling stake in the company, Mindtree founders have decided to give up the fight and sell their stake, thereby exiting the firm, sources told CNBC-TV18.. (stock image)
MindTree: With L&T having bought a controlling stake in the company, Mindtree founders have decided to give up the fight and sell their stake, thereby exiting the firm, sources told CNBC-TV18.. (stock image)
SpiceJet: The US aviation regulator Federal Aviation Administration has found a new potential risk in the MAX family of aircraft and has asked Boeing to mitigate it. SpiceJet fleet has 12 MAX aircraft, all of which are grounded. (Image credits: Getty/Caption credits: PTI)
SpiceJet: The US aviation regulator Federal Aviation Administration has found a new potential risk in the MAX family of aircraft and has asked Boeing to mitigate it. SpiceJet fleet has 12 MAX aircraft, all of which are grounded. (Image credits: Getty/Caption credits: PTI)
Coffee Day Enterprises: Coca Cola has been in discussions to buy a significant stake in the company, reported the Economic Times. (Image: Reuters)
Coffee Day Enterprises: Coca Cola has been in discussions to buy a significant stake in the company, reported the Economic Times. (Image: Reuters)
Emami: The company is involved in talks with UltraTech, KKR and Temasek to sell its stake in cement business, reported the ET. (Image: Company)
Emami: The company is involved in talks with UltraTech, KKR and Temasek to sell its stake in cement business, reported the ET. (Image: Company)
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