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Top stocks to watch out on New Year's day: Lupin, Shriram Transport, Tech Mahindra

Updated : January 01, 2019 07:59 AM IST

Indian shares look set for a flat start with a positive bias on New Year's day on Tuesday. Benchmark indices ended the last day of 2018 on a mixed note on Monday, after starting higher for the fourth straight session on New Year's eve. The Sensex settled at 36,068, down by more than 8 points, or 0.02 percent, while the Nifty closed at 10,862, mildly up by 2.65 points, or 0.02 percent.

These are the stocks that are likely to move in trade today.

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Shriram Transport Finance: The non-banking financial company raised Rs 550 crore via December 2024 bond at 10.25 percent.
Shriram Transport Finance: The non-banking financial company raised Rs 550 crore via December 2024 bond at 10.25 percent.
Lupin: The pharma firm received US Food and Drug Administration's approval for Clobazam Oral Suspension.
Lupin: The pharma firm received US Food and Drug Administration's approval for Clobazam Oral Suspension.
Syndicate Bank: The public sector bank received Rs 1,632 crore from the government as preferential allotment.
Syndicate Bank: The public sector bank received Rs 1,632 crore from the government as preferential allotment.
Tech Mahindra: The Hyderabad high court set aside Enforcement Directorate's provisional order to attach Rs 822 crore worth fixed deposits belonging to the company.
Tech Mahindra: The Hyderabad high court set aside Enforcement Directorate's provisional order to attach Rs 822 crore worth fixed deposits belonging to the company.
UCO Bank: Bank received fresh capital infusion of  Rs. 3,076 crore from the government.
UCO Bank: Bank received fresh capital infusion of  Rs. 3,076 crore from the government.
Credit Access Grameen: The company completed a direct assignment of Rs. 277.73 crore and securitisation transaction of Rs. 110.50 crore on December 31, 2018. With this transaction, the company has completed six securitisation and three direct assignment transactions totaling to Rs. 1,297.93 crore in FY19.
Credit Access Grameen: The company completed a direct assignment of Rs. 277.73 crore and securitisation transaction of Rs. 110.50 crore on December 31, 2018. With this transaction, the company has completed six securitisation and three direct assignment transactions totaling to Rs. 1,297.93 crore in FY19.
HDFC: HDFC increased its retail prime lending rate by 10 basis points, with effect from January 1, 2019.
HDFC: HDFC increased its retail prime lending rate by 10 basis points, with effect from January 1, 2019.
Bank of Maharashtra: The Centre will infuse capital of Rs.4,498 crore in the bank. The bank had received the equity capital of Rs.4,498 crore on December 31, 2018 and same will be kept in share application money account till all allotment formalities are completed.
Bank of Maharashtra: The Centre will infuse capital of Rs.4,498 crore in the bank. The bank had received the equity capital of Rs.4,498 crore on December 31, 2018 and same will be kept in share application money account till all allotment formalities are completed.
Centrum Capital: The company has successfully acquired the supply chain finance business of L&T Finance Limited (Business), consisting of an asset book of about Rs 650 crore, in accordance with the business transfer agreement executed on September 4, 2018, announced earlier.
Centrum Capital: The company has successfully acquired the supply chain finance business of L&T Finance Limited (Business), consisting of an asset book of about Rs 650 crore, in accordance with the business transfer agreement executed on September 4, 2018, announced earlier.
Kolte Patil: CARE revised long term outlook to positive from stable as CRISIL A+/Positive
Kolte Patil: CARE revised long term outlook to positive from stable as CRISIL A+/Positive
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