Bajaj Auto Ltd (BAJA.NS)
5 May 2015
** India's top court is expected to give a verdict on the launch of quadricycles; traders say a positive verdict would help Bajaj recover some of lost sales
MUMBAI, Dec 2 - Indian shares fell for a second consecutive session on Tuesday, as software stocks declined on rupee strength and as investors booked profits after the central bank kept interest rates unchanged, although signalling a potential easing by early 2015.
Reuters Market Eye - Bajaj Auto falls 1.4 pct, while Bharti Airtel is down 2.4 pct.
* Bajaj Auto falls 2.3 pct, while Bharti Airtel is down 1.3 pct. * Nigeria's central bank devalued the naira by 8 percent and raised interest rates sharply on Tuesday. * Nearly 12 percent of Bajaj Auto's revenues come from Nigeria - Analysts. * Bharti Airtel entered Africa in 2010 by acquiring loss-making telecoms operations for $9 billion, funded by debt. * Nigeria is Bharti Airtel's biggest market in Africa. * Separately, UBS downgrades Bajaj Auto to "sell" from "neutral", saying falling em