Titan, GAIL, TVS Motor, Britannia & Other Stocks to Release Q2 Results Today
By Malvika Gurung
Investing.com -- The domestic market traded slightly lower on Friday, after rising in early trade, as the benchmark equity indices Nifty50 traded flat with a lower bias and the 30-scrip Sensex slipped 0.14% or 84.5 points at the time of writing.
Sectors like metal and PSU banks provided support to the market while IT, pharmaceutical and healthcare stocks exerted pressure. Nifty Bank traded 0.3% lower.
Dr V K Vijayakumar of Geojit Financial Services believes that individual stocks will witness sharp movements in the near term, reacting to their September quarterly earnings results.
A non-exhaustive list of companies announcing their Q2 earnings results on Friday includes:
- Titan Company (NS: TITN )
- Britannia (NS: BRIT )
- GAIL (NS: GAIL ) India
- Cipla (NS: CIPL )
- IndiGo (NS: INGL )
- TVS Motor Company (NS: TVSM )
- Tube Investments of India (NS: TBEI )
- Aditya Birla Fashion (NS: ADIA ) and Retail
- Escorts (NS: ESCO ) Kubota
- Mahindra Logistics (NS: MALO )
- Marico (NS: MRCO )
- Cummins India (NS: CUMM )
- IDFC (NS: IDFC ) First Bank
Read Also: Reviewing Q2 Results of HDFC (NS: HDFC ), 1 Maharatna PSU, Hero Moto & Vodafone Idea (NS: VODA )
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