Top stocks to watch: Reliance Capital, Eros Media, Yes Bank, Reliance Industries

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

Jun 12, 2019 02:06 IST India Infoline News Service

Stocks to watch
Reliance Capital and Reliance Home Finance will be in focus as Price Waterhouse & Co resigned as the statutory auditor.

Eros International Media will be in focus as Moody's Investors Service downgraded corporate family rating for Eros International Plc to B2 from B1, outlook changes to negative from stable.

Yes Bank’s Mukesh Sabharwal resigned from the post of non-executive director w.e.f from June 10, citing pursuits in academia.

Reliance Industries and BP sanctioned the third phase of integrated KG-D6 development.

LIC reduced stake in Larsen & Toubro by 2.83cr shares or 2% from 18.3% to 16.3%, from July 2017 till June 2019.

ITC to invest Rs20,000cr in India, FMCG, Paper and Backend Operations.

ThyssenKrupp AG and Tata Steel’s collapsed joint venture was formally blocked by the European Union, the sixth deal vetoed by antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager.

Yes Bank AGM today; Moody’s puts ratings under review.

Gujarat Pipavav Port to suspend operations from midnight of June 11 till June 13, for a period of 48 hours based on directions by the state’s port regulatory authority, due to a cyclonic storm which will be crossing the coast of Gujarat.

Adani Green Energy's promoter group under name of Gautam S Adani plans to sell cumulatively 5.98 percent stake in the company at a floor price of Rs 43 per share.

Religare Enterprises' Milind Narendra Patel resigned from the post of Group CEO with effect from June 10.

Abbott said it has launched sensor enabled HD grid mapping catheter after receiving approval from USFDA.

BHEL, Tata Power, Gujarat Borosil will be in focus as the government has proposed up to 30% capital subsidy for solar module units.

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