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

Mandar Wagh
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Overnight Digest: Stocks to keep an eye on January 09!

Watch out for these stocks in Monday’s trading session!

Financial services and banking stocks continued to fall, with technology and metal stocks bearing the brunt of session's losses, while BSE Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) was the only sector to gain. The BSE Sensex tumbled 0.75 per cent to 59,900 level at the close. The Nifty 50 index declined 0.74 per cent to a level of 17,859.  

Watch out for these stocks in Monday’s trading session -

Maruti Suzuki - In an effort to revolutionize the SUV market in India, the company today introduced the Grand Vitara. The Grand Vitara is now being launched with S-CNG technology after receiving an overwhelming response from customers, thanks to its multi-product offering with available variants of Suzuki AllGrip Select, Progressive Smart Hybrid and Intelligent Electric Hybrid. Shares ended the session nearly 0.90 per cent lower.  

Bharti Airtel - The launch of a telecom company's cutting-edge 5G services in Hissar and Rohtak was announced today. Customer access to Airtel 5G Plus services will be phased in as the company builds up its network and completes the roll out.    

Tata Consultancy Services - The board of directors has set January 17, 2023 as the record date for determining interim dividend eligibility. Recently, CTBC Bank (Taiwan) has chosen TCS BaNCS for banking and wealth management to digitally transform its operations and promote future growth. With losses of around 3 per cent, the stock had the worst performance on the Sensex today.  

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