Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL.BO)
Reuters Market Eye - Bharat Heavy Electricals gains 2.1 percent to highest since July 8.
* Bharat Heavy Electricals gains 2.1 pct to highest since July 8. * Citigroup upgrades stock to "buy" from "sell" and raises target to 335 rupees from 176 rupees. * Citigroup cites better orders, earnings, underperformance, and under ownership by institutional investors as key reasons for upgrade. * Says BHEL now top industrial pick from India. * BHEL has gained 48.7 pct YTD vs. a 35.1 pct gain in the NSE index (email@example.com / abhishek.vishnoi.thomsonreuters.com@reut
MUMBAI, Oct 9 - Indian shares rose 1.5 percent on Thursday, snapping a three-day losing streak, as hopes the Federal Reserve would not rush into raising U.S. interest rates boosted heavyweight banks and blue chips such as Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.
Reuters Market Eye - Shares in Bharat Heavy Electricals gain 4.65 percent.
* Bharat Heavy Electricals gains 3.5 percent. * Company on Tuesday said it won a 78 billion rupees ($1.28 billion) contract for a power project. * The contract value is almost 7-8 percent of its outstanding order book - Dealers. (1 US dollar = 61.0700 Indian rupee) (firstname.lastname@example.org/ email@example.com)
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MUMBAI, Aug 13 - The BSE Sensex and Nifty edged higher on Wednesday, gaining for a third consecutive session as a weak rupee boosted IT firms although broader gains were capped by disappointing earnings from blue chips such as Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.
MUMBAI, Aug 13 - Indian shares edged higher on Wednesday, gaining for a third consecutive session as a weak rupee boosted IT firms although broader gains were capped by disappointing earnings from blue chips such as Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.
MUMBAI, Aug 13 - Indian shares edged higher for a third consecutive session on Wednesday as a weak rupee boosted technology stocks such as Tata Consultancy Services Ltd although broader gains were capped after disappointing earnings from blue-chips including Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd .
* India's NSE index falls 0.22 percent while the benchmark BSE index is down 0.33 percent. * Retreat comes after BSE on Tuesday posted its biggest daily gain since June 6. * Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd falls 7.0 percent on weak earnings. * Coal India Ltd falls 3.2 percent and Tata Power CO Ltd is down 3.9 percent after earnings missed some analysts' estimates. * Asian shares were subduded after gloomy data from China and Japan. (Reporting by Indulal PM; Editing by Biju Dwarakanath)