Here are stocks which are inside the information these days:
Results on January 31: Bharti Airtel, Hero MotoCorp, Vedanta, Dabur India, UPL, Power Grid Corporation of India, eClerx Services, Oriental Carbon & Chemicals, Signet Industries, Credit access Grameen, Laurus Labs, Apollo Micro Systems, JITF Infralogistics, Menon Bearings, Srikalahasthi Pipes, Mold-Tek Packaging, Cigniti Technologies, SQS India BFSI, Uniphos Enterprises, Tokyo Plast International, Aegis Logistics, Accelya Kale Solutions, Sundaram Finance, Solar Industries India, Selan Exploration Technology, Datamatics Global Services, V-Guard Industries, TCI Finance, Dena Bank, TD Power Systems, Jamna Auto, Maral Overseas, JMC Projects (India), Gangotri Textiles, 21st Century Management Services, JBF Industries, NMDC, IFB Industries, HSIL, Essar Shipping, Petronet LNG, Ballarpur Industries, Chambal Fertilizers & Chemicals, Magma Fincorp, LG Balakrishnan & Bros, Kabra Extrusion Technik, EIH Associated Hotels, LGB Forge, Emami, Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals
IL&FS Transportation Networks: Interest due on January 30 on NCD not paid to debenture holders due to inadequate funds.
ICICI Bank Q3: Profit down 2.Eight per cent to Rs 1,604. Nine crore versus Rs 1,650 crore; internet interest earnings rises 20.Five per cent to Rs 6,875.2 crore versus Rs five,705.2 crores YoY. Net NPA down to two.58 per cent versus 3.65 per cent and gross NPA falls to 7.75 per cent versus 8. Fifty-four per cent QoQ.
Stocks within the information: ICICI Bank, Axis, HCL Tech, BOB, Granules, Mahanagar Gas, Bharat Financial
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Jindal Stainless Q3: Profit falls fifty-nine percentage to Rs fifty-five crores versus Rs 133.6 crore; sales dip 8.Four per cent to Rs 2,233 crore versus Rs 2,438.5 crore YoY.
International Paper Q3: Profit jumps to Rs fifty-eight crore versus Rs 21 crore; sales rises 14.6 per cent to Rs 376 crore versus Rs 328 crore YoY.
Ratnamani Metals Q3: Profit surges 37.1 percentage to Rs 62.8 crore versus Rs 45.8 crore; sales rises 36 percentage to Rs 728.5 crore versus Rs 535.6 crore YoY.
Mahindra Holidays Q3: Profit drops 33 percent to Rs 21.24 crore versus Rs 31.75 crore; sales dips 9.5 percentage to Rs 236 crore as opposed to Rs 260.7 crore YoY.
LIC Housing Finance Q3: Profit jumps 25. Five percentage to Rs 596.3 crore as opposed to Rs 475.1 crore; revenue rises 5.6 percentage to Rs four,438.Eight crores as opposed to Rs three,635.Nine crores YoY.
Torrent Pharma Q3: Profit surges to Rs 246 crore as opposed to Rs fifty-eight crores; sales rise forty.2 per cent to Rs 2,051 crore as opposed to Rs 1,463 crore YoY. Board permitted issuance of unsecured / secured redeemable non-convertible debentures/bonds by using a manner of private placement in the borrowing limits of the company.
Hexaware Q4: Profit dips 28.Three per cent to Rs 123.4 crore as opposed to Rs 172. Three crores; revenue rises three.5 percentage to Rs 1,252.4 crore versus Rs 1,209.6 crore QoQ. Guidance for 2019: Company sees organic sales growth of 12-14 percentage.
NTPC Q3: Profit rises 1 percentage to Rs 2,385.Four crore as opposed to Rs 2,360.8 crore; sales surges sixteen.1 percentage to Rs 24,120.Four crores as opposed to Rs 20,774.4 crore YoY. Board approves 1 for 5 bonus share difficulty.
Ashoka Buildcon Q3: Profit rises 32. Three per cent to Rs sixty two.2 crore versus Rs 47 crore; revenue jumps sixty-one.6 per cent to Rs 1, half crore versus Rs 658. Nine crores YoY.
Ajanta Pharma: Company accredited buyback of as much as 7.Sixty nine lakh stocks at a price as much as Rs 1, three hundred according to a percentage. The company approved February 12 because of the document date for figuring out the entitlement of the eligible shareholders for the proposed buyback of the equity the tocks of the business enterprise.
Shemaroo Entertainment Q3: Profit rises to Rs 19.Fifty-six crores versus Rs 17. Ninety-five crore; revenue will increase to Rs 149 crore versus Rs 133 crore YoY.
Cadila Healthcare: Zydus Wellness and its subsidiary Zydus Wellness—Sikkim (a partnership company) obtained a hundred per cent of the equity percentage capital of Heinz India Private Limited.
Zydus Wellness: Tarun G Arora to be Chief Executive Officer and Whole Time Director.
Shervani Industrial Syndicate: Board authorised the buyback of regular stocks of the company from all shareholders on a proportionate basis though smooth provide.
Tata Communications Q3: Profit jumps to Rs 173.3 crore versus Rs 2.15 crore; sales rises Rs four,269.Five crore versus Rs 4,068.22 crore QoQ.
Sagar Cements Q3: Consolidated loss at Rs 2.97 crore as opposed to profit at Rs three.01 crore; revenue rises Rs 319.Eleven crores as opposed to Rs 249.Four crores YoY.
Ajanta Pharma Q3: Profit falls to Rs 66.9 crore as opposed to Rs 147.5 crore; sales declines to Rs 485.11 crore versus Rs 587.05 crore YoY.
EIH Q3: Profit rises to Rs sixty-three.Nine crores versus Rs forty-two. Sixty-five crore; revenue jumps to Rs 443.9 crore versus Rs 362 crore YoY.
Blue Dart Express Q3: Profit dips to Rs 31.35 crore versus Rs forty-five. Five crores; sales rise to Rs 855.Forty-five crore versus Rs 704.6 crore YoY.
Bajaj Holdings and Investment Q3: Profit rises to Rs 781.1 crore as opposed to Rs 661.25 crore; sales increases to Rs 109.6 crore as opposed to Rs 102.6 crore YoY.
Cholamandalam Investment and Finance Company Q3: Profit rises to 304.Four crore versus Rs 219.4 crore; revenue increases to Rs 1,830.7 crore versus Rs 1,389.Four crore YoY; gross NPA lower at 2.7 percent versus 2.8 percentage and internet NPA down at 1.5 percent in opposition to 1.6 per cent QoQ.
Jindal Stainless Hisar Q3: Profit dips to Rs fifty-five crores versus Rs 133.63 crore; sales falls to Rs 2,233 crore versus Rs 2,438.6 crore YoY.
Castrol India Q3: Profit rises to Rs 211.9 crore versus Rs 196.7 crore; revenue will increase to Rs 1,033.4 crore as opposed to Rs 970.Three crores YoY.
Emkay Global Q3: Profit dips to Rs 1.6 crore as opposed to Rs 9.5 crore; revenue declines to Rs 35.32 crore versus Rs forty-three.Three crores YoY.
AAVAS Financiers Q3: Profit jumps to Rs 56.3 crore as opposed to Rs 25.9 crore; sales rise to Rs 194.Eight crores as opposed to Rs 125.Sixty-six crore YoY.
Bharti Airtel: Qatar Investment Authority agreed to invest $200 million via a primary equity issuance in Airtel Africa. The proceeds could be used to similarly reduce Airtel Africa’s present internet debt.