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Stocks to watch in trade: RIL, Tata Motors, IRCTC, BHEL & more | (14 Sept)

Here are the top stocks to watch in trade:

1. BHEL
State-run engineering firm BHEL NSE 0.13 %'s consolidated net loss widened to Rs 893.14 crore for the quarter ended June as coronavirus-induced lockdown had an adverse impact on its operations. The consolidated net loss of the company was at Rs 218.93 crore in the quarter ended June 30, 2019. According to the statement, the total income of the company stood at Rs 2,086.43 crore in the June quarter this year. BHEL had posted a total income of Rs 4,673.38 crore in the year-ago period.


2. Tata Motors
The company's approach to achieving a near-net debt zero targets by FY24 is primarily pivoted on revenue improvement, cost-cutting, and capex control plans laid out for four key businesses (including NBFC), said PB Balaji, CFO - Tata Motors at a recent meeting hosted with a group of investors.

3. Godrej Properties, Sunteck Realty, Kolte Patil Developers
The Maharashtra government has increased ready reckoner rates in the state by an average of 1.74%

4. IRCTC
IRCTC reported a net loss of Rs 24.60 crore in the quarter ended June 2020 against a profit of Rs 72.33 crore a year ago, hurt by Covid-19-induced lockdown. During the quarter, train operations came to a virtual standstill with the government allowing just a few trains to run that too in later stages of lockdown. The action heavily affected the company's earnings.

5. RIL
Carlyle Group is looking to invest $1.5-2 billion to buy a stake in Reliance Retail Ventures Ltd (RRVL), said two people aware of the development, joining a string of marquee investors that are keen on buying stakes in units of Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Ltd.