Zomato, HDFC, HDFC Bank, Paytm and other hot stocks to watch out for on May 23

May 23, 2022

By: Rounak Jain


The food ordering startup will announce its March quarter results today and also take its first investor call after listing on the stock exchanges.

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India’s largest private sector lender and the largest private housing finance company revealed that foreign investors have pared their holdings in the two companies post the merger announcement, to 66.55 percent from 68.56 percent.

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The troubled payments startup reported a 72 percent increase in loss to ₹763 crore in the March quarter compared to a year ago. Revenue, however, surged 90 percent to ₹1,541 crore.

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Zomato, SAIL, Bharat Electronics, Divi’s Lab, Ramco Cement, TRF, Graphite India, Birlasoft, among others.

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It has reappointed Salil Parekh as its CEO and MD for another term of 5 years from July 1, 2022 to March 31, 2027.

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Jet Airways

Has been given the licence to fly again after being reissued the air operator certificate by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.

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Sun Pharma

Has recalled 10,500 bottles of a generic drug meant for the treatment of depressive disorders after a customer complaint.

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Power Grid Corporation

Reported a surge of 18 percent in net profit to ₹4,156 crore in the March quarter compared to a year ago. Revenue increased marginally to ₹11,068 crore from ₹10,816 crore.

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Bounced back in the black in the March quarter with a profit of ₹912 crore against a loss of ₹1,035 crore a year ago. Revenue grew 12 percent to ₹8,062 crore.

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Amara Raja Batteries

Its net profit nearly halved to ₹99 crore in the March quarter compared to a year ago, while revenue was up marginally by 4 percent to ₹2,181 crore in the same period.

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