Top stocks in focus on Monday, 11 September 2017

Here is a list of top stocks that are likely to be in focus in today’s trading session. NSEBSEUltraTechLoading data…

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                ChartsValuation & Peer ComparisonCommunity BuzzPEER COMPANIESPage IndustriesLanco InfratechJindal SteelGodrej Consumer ProductsEXPAND TO VIEW ALL NEW DELHI: Domestic equity markets are likely to open on a positive note on Monday, tracking Nifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX Nifty) and firm global cues.

                SGX Nifty was up 43 points, or 0.43 per cent, at 9,990 around 8.00 am (IST), indicating a positive start for NSE Nifty index.

                Here is a list of top stocks that are likely to be in focus today:

                Auto stocks: India’s popular and compact-car companies sounded relieved after the GST Council on Saturday raised the vehicle cess by less than the maximum possible, although luxury automakers were more circumspect in their assessment of the new rates.

                TCI Express: Logistics firm TCI Express is looking at a turnover of Rs 900 crore in the ongoing financial year, a top company official has said. The company had a turnover of Rs 750 crore in the 2016-17 fiscal.

                Page Industries: Innerwear brand Jockey India plans to double production capacity to 400 million pieces per annum in the next three years. “As the brand expands in the country, we are looking to increase production. We are looking to double capacity from current 200 million pieces by 2020,“ said Sunder Genomal, managing director, Page Industries. The brand has 17 production units in Karnataka. The potential for growth in India is huge, Genomal explained.

                SBI: Sebi has rejected an application from a combo of SBI and Onida’s ex-promoters to register their ratings agency, Onicra, as the duo failed the market regulator’s `fit and proper person’ test, people familiar with the matter said. Sebi has told Onicra’s promoters it has received “adverse reports“ from other government agencies.

                Jindal Steel & Power: Chairman Naveen Jindal has, in JSPL’s Annual Report 2016-17, said a brief discrepancy i cash flow led to interest defaults in December on non-convertible debentures.

                SAIL: The country’s largest steel maker SAIL posted a 7% rise in sales to 5.5 million tonnes in the first five months of the ongoing fiscal, helped by production ramp-up.

                Ultratech Cement: The cement maker expects domestic demand to return to its “normal level“ on back of the government’s push for infrastructure projects and uptick in rural housing, after weak volume growth for three to four years.Besides, rapid urbanisation, reduced home loan interest and strong demand from ITITeS parks would also act as demand drivers

                Healthcare stocks: CCI plans to carry out a detailed study on pharmaceutical and healthcare segments, including differential pricing ways, as it looks to identify areas that pose competition concerns.

                Lanco Infratech: Infrastructure firm Lanco Group has decided to exit its real estate investments to refocus on its core business. “Lanco wants to focus on infrastructure business and is not looking to make fresh investment in real estate. It is also looking to close a joint development deal with DivyaSree Developers to complete its last project,“ said two people aware of the development.

                Jyothi Structures, KECL, Kalpataru Power: Shapoorji Pallonji group and SSG Capital may jointly bid for power transmission tower maker Jyoti Structures, a media report suggested. KEC International and Kalpataru Power Transmission are also expected to pitch for majority stake in power transmission tower maker, the report added.

                IPO WATCH

                Matrimony.com, which runs online match making business under the BharatMatrimony brand, will launch its initial public offer on September 11 and has fixed a price band of Rs 983-985 to raise over Rs 500 crore. The issue comprises fresh issue of up to Rs 130 crore and an offer for sale (OFS) of up to 37,67,254 shares.

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