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Top 10 stocks for today- 6th December 2022

6 Dec 2022 , 09:00 AM

The Nifty futures contract on the Singapore Exchange fell 76.5 points, or 0.41%, to close at 18,733.5, indicating that the stock markets may begin Tuesday in red. The following ten stocks may show price movement in today’s market. To check more hot stocks, click at: https://www.indiainfoline.com/markets/hot-stocks

  1. Tata Motors:

In order to make its model line comply with more stringent environmental requirements that go into effect on April 1 of next year, the domestic auto giant is planning to raise passenger vehicle pricing starting next month.

  1. HDFC:

The largest insurer in the nation, Life Insurance Corporation of India, has raised its holding in HDFC to over 5%.

  1. TVS Motor Company:

According to the bulk deal information available with the BSE, a promoter company named Srinivasan Trust sold 25,69,726 shares, or 0.54% of a two-wheeler player, at an average price of Rs1,020.03 per share for Rs 262 crore.

  1. Vodafone Idea:

American Tower Corporation (ATC), a mobile tower firm, raised scepticism on Vodafone Idea’s intention to pay off its dues by January.

  1. IRB Infrastructure Developers:

Across all projects, the civil construction company and its InvIT affiliate IRB Infrastructure Trust recorded a 39% rise in toll revenue in November 2022 compared to the same month the previous year.

  1. Natco Pharma:

The pharmaceutical company announced that the Delhi High Court has ruled in its favour in a dispute involving patent infringement. FMC Corporation, FMC Singapore, and FMC India filed an appeal, which was denied by a two-judge panel of the High Court of Delhi.

  1. Bajaj Consumer Care:

The FMCG company said that on December 9, its board of directors will consider a proposal for the buyback of company equity shares.

  1. Kirloskar Industries:

The castings and forgings player blasted Kirloskar Brothers’ board for advising shareholders to reject a resolution calling for an external firm to conduct a forensic audit of the company’s operations at the upcoming extraordinary general meeting on December 8.

  1. JSW Energy:

The utility company reported that the first phase of its 450 MW wind project, under its subsidiary JSW ReNew Energy, included the commissioning of 27 MW of wind energy-producing capacity at Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu.

  1. Kalpataru Power Transmission:

The utility player announced that on December 8, its board of directors will meet to discuss raising money through NCDs on a private placement basis.

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