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Top 10 stocks for today - 6th October, 2022

Here are the top 10 stocks that may show price movement today.

October 06, 2022 7:41 IST | India Infoline News Service
The Singapore Exchange's Nifty futures traded 81 points, or 0.47%, higher at 17,420, indicating that the stock markets may have a good day on Thursday. The following 10 stocks may show price movement in today's market:
  1. Tata Steel:
The largest steel manufacturer in India sold a 19% stake in Al Rimal Mining LLC, an Omani company.
  1. HDFC Bank:
The private sector lender reported that in the second quarter of this fiscal year, loans increased by 23.5%, reaching Rs14.80 lakh crore. As of September 30 of last year, the credit book was at Rs11.98 lakh crore.
  1. DLF:
Within a few days of the project's debut, the real estate giant sold all 292 of its luxury residences in Gurugram for more than Rs1,800 crore, indicating that demand remained robust despite increases in both mortgage interest rates and home prices.
  1. Zee Entertainment:
The mega-merger between Sony and Zee, which would establish one of the largest media firms in the nation, received the Competition Commission's (CCI) conditional permission.
  1. HCL Technologies:
In addition to opening a new technology centre in Campinas, the IT company intends to hire 1,000 individuals in Brazil over the next two years.
  1. Apollo Hospitals Enterprise:
For a price of Rs26.4 crore, the hospital network purchased a 60% ownership in the premier classical Ayurvedic hospital AyurVAID.
  1. Hindustan Zinc:
In the quarter of July through September, the Vedanta group company's output of mined metal increased by 3% to 2,55,000 tonnes due to enhanced mill recoveries and grade.
  1. Jubilant FoodWorks:
The QSR chain's subsidiary, Jubilant Foodworks Netherlands BV, bought a larger interest in DP Eurasia NV, which is situated in the Netherlands.
  1. Avenue Supermarts:
For the second quarter of the current fiscal year, the owner and operator of the retail chain D-Mart reported an increase in standalone operating revenue of 35.75% to Rs10,384.66 crore.
  1. JSW Energy:
An MoU between JSW Energy's subsidiary and the Maharashtra government has been signed for the construction of a 960-megawatt hydro pump storage facility in the state's Raigarh area.

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