Overnight Digest: Stocks to keep an eye on February 09!

Armaan Madhani
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Overnight Digest: Stocks to keep an eye on February 09!

Services, commodities and IT stocks saw buying activity in today's session.

On Wednesday, Indian equity markets snapped its 2-day losing streak to record decent gains. Nifty 50 closed in the green territory at 17,871, up by 0.85 per cent. Services, commodities and IT stocks saw buying activity in the session.

Watch out for these Large-Cap stocks in Thursday’s trading session -  

Tata Consultacy Services - The company has announced an expansion of its long-standing partnership with Phoenix Group, UK’s largest long-term savings and retirements provider, to digitally transform the latter’s ReAssure business using the TCS BaNCS based platform.

Uno Minda - The company's board of directors approved expansion of Neemrana, Rajasthan plant of Toyoda Gosei Minda India Pvt. Ltd., joint venture of the company. Uno Minda is one of the biggest diversified auto component manufacturers in India.

Symphony - The company's board of directors approved proposal for buyback of fully paid-up equity shares at a price of Rs 2,000 for an aggregate amount not exceeding Rs 200 crore. The company is engaged in the manufacturing and trading of residential, commercial, and industrial air coolers in the domestic and international markets. 

Bharti Airtel - The company along with  Vultr, the world’s largest privately-held cloud computing company, today announced a strategic partnership to offer cloud solutions to enterprises in India. Airtel will offer Vultr’s extensive suite of cloud solutions to its enterprise customers, especially those in the digital space.

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