Top stocks in focus: Jet Airways, Tata Motors, Reliance Industries

Check out the companies which will be in focus during trade today based on recent and latest news developments.

Jan 11, 2019 02:01 IST India Infoline News Service

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Jet Airways to weigh re-starting bailout talks with Tata Group.

Tata Motors’ JLR plans to cut 4,500 jobs worldwide. JLR's December sales were down 6.4% to 56,120 units on yoy. 

Reliance Industries to shut down one of its crude distillation units and coker unit at the Jamnagar refinery for maintenance and inspection for four weeks, starting Jan 16.

Himachal Futuristic Communication won optical fibre cable orders worth Rs500cr for BharatNet Phase II project from L&T and ITI-led consortium.

Container Corporation of India commenced its coastal operations from Jan. 10.

Lemon Tree Hotels signed a licensing agreement for 50-rooms resort property in Andhra Pradesh.

Shriram EPC clarified on the report that PNB-led consortium has taken possession of its arm, stating that the company has just 1.04% stake in the shareholding of the mentioned JV.

Shakti Pumps' operations to shut between Jan 9-10 on a dispute between Labour contractor and some workers.

KNR Constructions arm received financial closure from NHAI for Telangana Project worth Rs12,340cr.

NBCC India secured total business worth Rs188cr for December.

Welspun Enterprises inked pact with Maharashtra Public Works Department to upgrade roads in the state at a bid project cost of Rs1,460cr and for the first year’s operation and maintenance cost for Rs31.5cr.

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