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Trade setup for Monday: 15 things to know before opening bell

 04 Feb 07:18 PM

A long build-up was seen in 69 stocks, which included Hindustan Copper, Alkem Laboratories, Cummins India, Torrent Pharmaceuticals, and Atul.

ATUL: CO COMPLETES CAPACITY EXPANSION AT DCDPS PLANT || APPROVES INVESTMENT OF 995M RUPEES FOR EXPANSION, TO BE RAISED VIA INTERNAL ACCRUAL

 02 Feb 10:35 PM

ATUL: CO COMPLETES CAPACITY EXPANSION AT DCDPS PLANT || APPROVES INVESTMENT OF 995M RUPEES FOR EXPANSION, TO BE RAISED VIA INTERNAL ACCRUAL

ATUL AUTO: JAN TOTAL SALES 2,313 UNITS VS 2,205 UNITS (YOY)

 01 Feb 02:40 PM

ATUL AUTO: JAN TOTAL SALES 2,313 UNITS VS 2,205 UNITS (YOY)

ATUL AUTO: JAN TOTAL SALES 2,313 UNITS VS 2,205 UNITS (YOY)

 01 Feb 02:40 PM

ATUL AUTO: JAN TOTAL SALES 2,313 UNITS VS 2,205 UNITS (YOY)

ATUL AUTO: Q3 EBITDA 116M RUPEES VS 85M (YOY) || Q3 EBITDA MARGIN 7.98% VS 6.86% (YOY)

 31 Jan 02:03 PM

ATUL AUTO: Q3 EBITDA 116M RUPEES VS 85M (YOY) || Q3 EBITDA MARGIN 7.98% VS 6.86% (YOY)

ATUL AUTO: Q3 REVENUE 1.46B RUPEES VS 1.2B (YOY)

 31 Jan 02:02 PM

ATUL AUTO: Q3 REVENUE 1.46B RUPEES VS 1.2B (YOY)

ATUL AUTO: Q3 SL NET PROFIT 68M RUPEES VS 27M (YOY)

 31 Jan 02:02 PM

ATUL AUTO: Q3 SL NET PROFIT 68M RUPEES VS 27M (YOY)

PNB raising guidance of net profit for year to Rs 7,500 crore, will retain NIM guidance: Atul Kumar Goel

 30 Jan 09:49 AM

PNB CEO Atul Kumar Goel discusses the bank's improved financial performance. The bank has achieved a net profit of Rs 5,000 crore in the first nine months, with a target of Rs 7,500 crore for the whole year. The decline in slippages and improvement in asset quality have contributed to the bank's success. NIMs have also improved due to the recovery in gross and net NPAs. PNB has been successful in raising deposits, with a good CASA ratio, and aims to achieve a 1% ROA by 2024-2025.

Indian electronics maker Dixon expects near-50% FY rev growth in 2024: Executive

 23 Jan 04:39 PM

Electronics maker Dixon Technologies (India) expects a near-50% increase in revenue for the current fiscal year, driven by its mobile phone business. Dixon's Managing Director Atul Lall stated that the largest growth trigger is their mobile phone business. The company's revenue for the full year ending March is projected to be 180 billion rupees ($2.16 billion), with 40%-50% of that coming from its mobile phone manufacturing and assembly business.

Trade setup for Tuesday: 15 things to know before opening bell

 22 Jan 10:07 PM

A short build-up was seen in 79 stocks including JK Cement, Sun TV Network, Atul, Hindustan Unilever, and Coforge.