Due to the positive trigger, some stocks may remain in focus in today’s trading. If you are looking for better stocks in intraday, then you can keep an eye on them.
Stocks in Focus Today: In the volatile market today i.e. on June 22, 2022, some stocks are ready to show action. Due to the positive trigger, these stocks can remain in focus in the market today. If you are looking for better stocks in intraday, then you can keep an eye on them. Today’s list includes stocks like HDFC Bank, Hero MotoCorp, PVR, Inox Leisure, Yes Bank, Biocon, Filatex India, Astral, Jain Irrigation Systems, South Indian Bank, Future Enterprises, SIEL Financial Services, Generic Engineering, Greenlam Industries . Positive activities have been seen in many of these companies. Some have got permission to merge and some to raise funds. Someone has entered into an agreement with another firm to increase the business. At the same time, due to some other activities, today will be in discussion.
HDFC Bank proposes to double its branch network by adding 1500 to 2000 branches annually in the next 3 to 5 years.
Hero MotoCorp has launched Euro-5 compliant variants of its three globally popular products (Xpulse 200 4V motorcycle and Dash 110 & Dash 125 scooters) in Turkey.
PVR, Inox Leisure
Multiplex operators say that they have got approval from NSE and BSE for their merger. Both the companies have said that they have received a ‘No Adverse Observation’ certificate from the stock exchange.
Yes Bank has introduced a product on Tuesday, in which the interest on term deposits is linked to the repo rate of RBI.
The pharma company’s arm, Biocon Biologics, has denied allegations of bribery against the company and its executives in connection with the approval for one of its products in India. The company said that it follows due process to get approval from the regulators.
CARE has revised its credit rating on Filatex India’s long-term bank facilities from ‘A’ to ‘A+’ with a stable outlook.
The company has subscribed to Optionally Convertible Debentures of Rs 194 crore allotted by Gem Paints. At the same time, Majority Directors have been appointed on the boards of Gem Paints and Isha Paints. Gem Paints and Isha Paints have become subsidiaries and step-down subsidiaries of the company.