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Here’s a look at the hottest stocks to trade on November 24th.


Broadly positive sentiment in Asian markets could push Indian indices to open higher on Wednesday. Here are the 10 hottest stocks for trading today:

Bharti Airtel |

Moody’s Investors Service has revised the rating outlook for Bharti Airtel and its subsidiary Bharti Airtel Int’l (Netherlands) BV to “positive” from “stable”. The change in outlook to “positive” reflects improved operating performance and Bharti’s credit metrics which, if sustained, could support an investment grade upgrade over the next 12-18 months.

TVS Srichakra | TVS Eurogrip has partnered with Chennai Super Kings as the main sponsor for the next three years. The partnership will give TVS Eurogrip visibility on the front of the famous Chennai Super Kings yellow jersey.

Coal India | The meeting of the company’s board of directors will be held on November 29 to review and approve the payment of the interim dividend for 2021-2022, if applicable.

ICICI Bank | After gaining market share in retail banking and credit cards, ICICI Bank plans to open its business platform to non-bank customers to gain a larger share of the market. It has launched a new business platform that will allow exporters and importers to access services such as letter of credit, bank guarantee, forex, payment and collection, as well as value services. added such as credit bureaus and booking shipments, according to a report.

Poonawalla Fincorp | Sanjay Chamria, executive vice president of the company, has stepped down from the board of directors of the company after having been a co-founder since the inception of the company.

Polo Queen Industrial and Fintech | The company has approved the division of one share with a par value of Rs 10 into five shares with a par value of Rs 2 each.

Srikalahasthi pipes | The National Court of Company Law has approved the plan for the merger of the company with Electrosteel Castings with effect from the date set of October 1, 2020.

Balaji Amines | Production in the DMF factory started after making all the adjustments. On October 6, the DMF plant was closed due to a minor incident.

Chimadri Chemical Specialty | ICRA downgraded the long-term rating to A + from AA-, and also downgraded the short-term rating to A1 from A1 +. The outlook for the long-term rating has also been revised from “negative” to “stable”.

Spice spray | The airline said in a report it would introduce 50 Boeing 737 Maxs by 2023, as it continues to phase out older Boeing 737-800 NGs.


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