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Here’s a look at buzzing stocks for trade on February 26

Updated : February 26, 2020 08:32 AM IST

Indian shares are expected to open lower on Wednesday, tracking heavy selloffs in global markets after the US issued a warning to Americans to prepare for the possibility of a coronavirus pandemic. Bandhan Bank, which received RBI nod to expand its branch network, and Yes Bank, which was downgraded by Care Ratings, are among the key stocks in focus today.

Here is a list of top stocks to watch out for

The RBI allows Bandhan Bank to expand its branch network after considering the efforts made by the private lender to comply with the licensing conditions.

CARE Ratings places Yes Bank's bonds worth Rs 21,000 crore on "credit watch with negative implications" citing the continued delay in raising core equity capital.

Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran met Communications Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad over AGR dues of Tata Teleservices.

IRB Infrastructure bags a contract for operating and collecting toll on Mumbai-Pune Expressway project under the toll-operate-toll model.

Wockhardt says India Ratings and Care revise the company’s ratings for short- and long-term bank facilities.

Bank of Baroda moves the Supreme Court against an order passed by the Calcutta High Court in a matter related to a bank guarantee issued on behalf of Simplex Projects.

BPCL procures 500 million barrels of distress crude at a discount of $3-5 per barrel to low prevailing price following order cancellations by coronavirus-hit China.

Vedanta's Anil Agarwal says he is open to selling stake in Cairn India to make it valuable for investors.

Coal and mines minister Pralhad Joshi lays foundation stone of crusher and conveyor system at NALCO's mining and refinery complex in Damanjodi, Odisha.

Godawari Power & Ispat commences commercial production at the Rolling Mill and Iron Ore Beneficiation Plant.
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