HDFC Bank, InterGlobe Aviation, Mahindra & Mahindra and other stocks to watch out for on May 31

May 31, 2021

By: Rounak Jain


The bank has been found violating rules yet again. The RBI has imposed a penalty of ₹10 crore after an investigation into a whistleblower complaint revealed irregularities in the bank’s auto loan segment.

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InterGlobe Aviation

The aviation sector has been added in the scope of the ₹3 lakh crore Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme which should boost the liquidity of airline companies. Minimum fares in the domestic sector have also been hiked by up to 15 percent.

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Mahindra & Mahindra

It has an outlay of ₹12,000 crore over the next three years, aimed at launching new products in its commercial and passenger vehicle segments, including investment in electric vehicles.

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Bank of Baroda

It posted a net loss of ₹1,047 crore in the March 2021 quarter against a profit of ₹507 crore a year ago. Net interest income increased by 4.5 percent to ₹7,107 crore, year-on-year.

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Kotak Mahindra Bank

It will raise up to ₹5,000 crore by issuing debt securities.

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Glenmark Pharmaceuticals

It reported a 6 percent rise in its net profit in the March 2021 quarter to ₹234 crore, while revenue increased by 3 percent to ₹2,860 crore, year-on-year.

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Cadila Healthcare

It has received approval from the USFDA for its Fluphenazine Hydrochloride tablet which is used in certain mental illnesses.

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Fortis Healthcare

It reported a net profit of ₹62 crore in the March 2021 quarter against a loss of ₹41 crore a year ago. Revenue surged by over 12 percent to ₹1,252 crore, year-on-year.

Credit: Fortis-Healthcare

Central Bank of India

It has raised ₹4,800 crore capital by issuing 280 crore shares to the Indian government.

Credit: Central-Bank-of-India

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