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Here’s a look at buzzing stocks for trade on November 28

Updated : November 28, 2019 08:32 AM IST

Indian shares are expected to open steady on Thursday after the benchmarks Sensex and Nifty registered record closing highs in the previous session. The SGX Nifty, an indicator of the opening for the Nifty, was trading 22 points or 0.18 percent lower at 12,103 at 7:00 am, hinting at a mildly negative start for the domestic market. Among the stocks in the news today, TVS Motor Company launched BS-VI TVS Jupiter while RBL Bank board will consider the issue of equity shares on a preferential basis on Nov 30. Here are the stocks to watch for in today's trade:

Zee Entertainment: Two former directors, who resigned from its board, had raised concerns over several issues. The company said its board has noted all of the issues.

TVS Motor: TVS Motor Company launched BS-VI TVS Jupiter equipped with ET-Fi (Ecothrust Fuel injection) technology.

Cipla: Its subsidiary has signed an agreement with CitiHealth Imports to acquire the remaining 40 percent stake in Cipla Pharma Lanka.

JSW Cement: The company aims to nearly double its production capacity to 25 million tonnes per annum by 2023 by investing around Rs 2,875 crore.

RBL Bank: Board to meet on November 30 to consider raising of funds by way of issue of equity shares on a preferential basis.

Manappuram Finance: S&P Global Ratings assigns Issuer Rating 'BB-'' Long Term and 'B' Short Term with 'Stable' outlook.

BSE Limited: The board has approved 4 percent stake sale in CDSL.

Satin Creditcare: Morgan Stanley sold 2.38 lakh shares (0.46 percent equity) on November 25 via the open market.

Autoline Industries: The company has entered into an agreement with Kinetic Green Energy and Power Solutions for E-cycles.

Enkei Wheels: The company has entered into Joint Venture Agreement with Nikkei MC Aluminium Co (Japan), Century Metal Recycling and Enkei Corporation (Japan).
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