Monday, 19 December 2016


STOCKS TO WATCH- Monday DEC 19 - Aban Offshore, Ceat, BPCL, HPCL, IOC, ONGC, Yes Bank

Aban Offshore Ltd:

Aban Offshore Ltd., the offshore services provider will be in focus after it decided to invest 49% in the equity share of Aban Drilling Services Pvt Ltd.

Ceat Ltd:

Ceat Ltd., the tyre maker will be in focus after it said will invest Rs 28.00 billion spread over five years to expand its capacity.

Commercial Syn Bags Ltd:

Commercial Syn Bags Ltd., will be in focus after it placed a purchase order with Ujaas Energy, Indore on December 16, for purchase of 1.0 MW (1.2 MW peak (p)) Solar Power Generating System which will be installed at land to be acquired by the company at Ujaas Solar Park (Sitamau, MuOnyu Pradesh). The electricity generated through Solar Power Generating System will be used as captive consumption for company's manufacturing units situated at Pithampur (MP).

Gayatri Projects Ltd:

Gayatri Projects Ltd., the infrastructure developer will be in focus after it informed bourses that a meeting of the board of directors of the company is scheduled to be held on December 26 to consider and approve the sub-division of the nominal value of the equity shares of Rs 10 per share to Rs 2 per share.

Oil Cos:

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd., the state refiners will be in focus after raising prices of petrol by Rs 2.21 a litre and diesel by Rs 1.79 a litre after international oil prices rose about 20 per cent in two weeks.

JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd:

JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd., the cement maker will be in focus on receiving shareholders' approval to raise up to Rs 5.00 billion by issuing non-convertible debentures on private placement basis.

Laurus Labs Ltd:

Laurus Labs, the drugmaker, which raised about Rs 13.32 billion through its initial public offer, is all set to make a debut on the stock exchanges on Monday.

National Aluminium Ltd & NTPC Ltd:

National Aluminium Ltd., the state run aluminium maker & NTPC Ltd., state-run largest thermal power generator, will be in focus on inking pact to set up a 2,400 MW coal fired power plant in Odisha at an investment of Rs 140.00 billion to supply low cost electricity to the latter for aluminium production.


NMDC Ltd., the state-run iron ore miner, will be in focus after it invested Rs 12.23 billion till September 2016 to set up a 3 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) integrated steel plant in Nagarnar in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh. The plant is expected to start trial production by mid-2017.

Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd:

Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd., the state-owned largest oil and gas exploration company, will be in focus after its overseas unit, ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL) raised $1 billion through a US dollar bonds issue to finance its acquisition of 15% stake in Russia's second biggest oil field Vankor, its Managing Director Narendra K Verma said. OVL raised $ 600 million through a 10-year bond at a coupon rate of US treasury rate plus 2.20% and another $ 400 million through a 5.5-year maturity bond at an interest rate of US treasury rate plus 1.75%, Verma said.

YES Bank Ltd:

YES Bank Ltd., the privately owned lender will be in focus after it has partnered with Ola to provide Cash-on-Demand at customer's doorstep.

Zee Learn Ltd & Tree House Ltd:

Tree House Ltd., pre-school chain operators, will be in focus after it landed in further trouble with Essel Group's education arm Zee Learn not only calling off its proposed merger, citing the bad press, but also threatening to take legal recourse to seek damages from the failed deal.
"Our board announced today that in the light of the recent inordinate developments at Tree House, it is withdrawing from the proposed merger process, which has been awaiting various court, shareholder and related statutory approvals," Zee Learn said in a statement.

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