Nifty in today’s session gave a gap down opening and managed to close negative at (-10858.65) for the day, major support level of Index is expected at 10729 and 10639. Whereas, major resistance level is expected at 11000 to 11145. With this condition of the market in mind, here are top stock to watch for Aug 06th 2019.
Torrent Power Limited:
Torrent Power Limited posted net profit of Rs. 275 Cr for first quarter versus 226 Cr last year, while the revenue increased to Rs. 3736 Cr from versus Rs. 3525 Cr last year.
Indian Bank reported net profit of 365 Cr for first quarter of the current financial year, gross NPA for June Quarter increased to 7.33 percent while Net NPA for June Quarter increased to 3.84 percent.
Coffee Day Enterprises:
Board has postponed the company's first quarter result earlier it was scheduled to report on August 8th, 2019
Dilip Buildcon Limited:
June Quarter net profit of Dilip Buildcon Limited felt to Rs. 102 Cr versus Rs. 223 Cr last year, while the revenue decreased to Rs. 2523 Cr in the June Quarter.
Titan Company Limited:
Delhi High Court gave Titan interim relief against e-trailers and restrained them from selling and Titan Company Limited will announce its quarterly result ended June 30, 2019
Bank of Baroda:
Bank of Baroda cuts MCLR by 15 bps
NLC India Limited:
NLC India Limited is trading near it's five years low, company will announce its June quarter result.
Rural Electrification Corporation Limited is trading near it's five months low, REC Limited will announce its June quarter result.
Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited:
Share price of Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited fall 15 percent in a quarter, the company will announce its June quarter result on August 6th, 2019.
Meeting of the board of Directors of the corporation is scheduled to be held on Friday, August 6, 2019, HSIL Limited will announce its June quarter result.
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