Bharti Airtel, Coal India, SpiceJet and other stocks to watch out for on November 24

Nov 24, 2021

By: Rounak Jain

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Bharti Airtel

Received a ratings upgrade from Moody’s, bumping up its outlook to positive from stable. The agency underlined Airtel’s improved operating performance and credit metrics for the upgrade.

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Coal India

Its board will meet on November 29 to consider and approve an interim dividend.

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Announced that it will induct 50 Boeing 737 Max planes over the next two years, after the controversial plane received approval after being banned for two years.

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Made a bumper stock market debut, giving its subscribers a return of 169 percent on the first day of trading.

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Zee Entertainment

Its CEO and MD Punit Goenka revealed that the Zee-Sony merger is in its final stages.

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Announced plans to open its trading platform to non-ICICI Bank customers, allowing importers and exporters to access credit, bank guarantee, forex and other services.

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TVS Srichakra

Bagged the title of Principal Sponsor of Chennai Super Kings for the next three years.

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Its step-down South African subsidiary has initiated the process of de-registration.

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Himadri Speciality Chemical

ICRA has upgraded the company’s long-term rating to stable from negative.

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Tata Teleservices, Adani Green, TVS Motor and more — stocks that are bucking the weak market trend