August 5, 2013 / 2:52 AM / 4 years ago

Indian stocks to watch - Aug 05

Aug 5 (Reuters) - GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP
    * Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange up 0.87
percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific index 
excluding Japan is down 0.12 percent.
    * Asian shares were soft in early trade as the U.S. dollar
was on the defensive after data showed U.S. employers slowed
their pace of hiring in July, while the NZ dollar dropped after
a food-safety scare affected exports of the country's largest
company. 
    * The Dow industrials and S&P 500 ended at record highs for
a second day on Friday, posting modest gains despite a mixed
employment report that showed U.S. hiring slowed in July. 
    
    FACTORS TO WATCH 
    * Earnings on Monday: SpiceJet Ltd, Radico Khaitan
Ltd, Reliance Broadcast Network, Tata
Chemicals Ltd.
    * Monsoon session of Indian parliament. 
    * India's services PMI for July (0500 GMT)
    * The Reserve Bank of India's Deputy Governor Anand Sinha
will be attending an industry event on financial inclusion.
(0430 GMT)
    
    INDIAN STOCKS TO WATCH
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    Some of India's NSEL members to take months to pay contracts
worth $500 mln - Reuters 

    Tata Motors cuts Pantnagar unit workforce by 21
pct in drive to cut costs - Economic Times (link.reuters.com/qen22v)

    Forward Markets Commission asks NSEL to create safety net -
Times of India (link.reuters.com/ren22vc)

    Banks slam brakes on loan disbursals - Financial Chronicle
(link.reuters.com/sen22v)

    Coal India Q1 net falls for first time in five
quarters - Reuters 

    Vodafone may have to sell $1 bln Bharti Airtel 
stake under India licence rules - Reuters 

    India's BHEL Q1 net falls 49 pct - Reuters
 

    Shell-ONGC tie-up may take roots in KG basin - Financial
Express (link.reuters.com/ten22v)

    Vodafone doesn't want tax talks under Indian law - Economic
Times (link.reuters.com/ven22v)

    No India capex plan for now: Apollo Tyres - Business
Standard (link.reuters.com/wen22v)

    India's Canara Bank April-June net almost flat - Reuters
 

    India partly revokes Roche cancer drug patent - Reuters
 

    Reliance Industries, IOC & Cairn India in race for Haldia
Petrochemicals - PTI in Financial Express (link.reuters.com/xen22v)

 (Compiled by Manoj Rawal; Editing by Supriya Kurane)

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