By Malvika Gurung
Investing.com -- A slew of companies is lined up to release their earnings results for the March ending quarter on Wednesday, along with other corporate actions scheduled for the day.
Companies Set to Release Earnings Results Today
- Hindustan Unilever (NS: HLL )
- Bajaj Auto (NS: BAJA )
- HDFC (NS: HDFC ) AMC
- The Indian Hotels (NS: IHTL )
- Persistent Systems (NS: PERS )
- Indian Energy Exchange (NS: IIAN )
- 5Paisa Capital (NS: PAIS )
- Mahindra Lifespace (NS: MALD ) Developers
- KPR Mill (NS: KPRM )
- MPL Plastics (BO: MPLP )
- Supreme Petrochem (NS: SPTL )
- Hatsun Agro Product (NS: HAPL )
- Syngene International (NS: SYNN )
- Chennai Petroleum Corporation (NS: CHPC )
- Shree Digvijay Cement (BO: SRDC )
- Apcotex Industries (NS: APCI )
Other Corporate Actions
- ABB India (NS: ABB ): The engineering services company had announced a dividend of Rs 5.2/piece and its shares will go ex-dividend on Wednesday.
- Shree Ganesh BioTech India (BO: SHGB ): The seeds producing company had authorized issuing bonus shares in the ratio 1:1. The stock will trade ex-bonus on Wednesday.
- Schaeffler India (NS: SCHE ): The ball and roller bearing manufacturing company will conduct its annual general meeting (AGM) today. Its net profit rose 48.43% YoY to Rs 207.12 crore in the March quarter, and sales climbed 19.04% to Rs 1567.51 crore.
- G G Engineering (BO: GGEN ): The motors and generators company’s board will meet on Wednesday for consideration of a stock split.
- NCL Research and Financial Services: The company’s board will consider and approve the issue price and issue size for the proposed right issue, stated an ET report.
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