Three stocks to keep an eye on for February 17

The Indian markets on Thursday closed in green, with the Sensex gaining 146 points and Nifty ending up by 54 points. The US markets ended in the mix. The dollar weakened against the basket of all major currencies which helped the bond price to surge. Infosys and Sun Pharma contributed 97 points to the Sensex’s gains. Following are the three stocks which may show some significant movement on the last day of the week.

MCX:  Multi Commodity Exchange of India has signed an MoU with Singapore Diamond Investment Exchange for establishing areas of cooperation.

Mahindra & Mahindra:  The company has launched Minitruck and Supro Minivan, the stock of the company will be closely watched on Friday.

Siemens: The company has won an order from Sterlite Power Grid Ventures worth Rs 119 crore.

On Friday, Asian shares are trading in mixed tone as cues from Wall Street were not promising. Japan’s Index Nikkei 225 fell 106 points, Hang Seng gained 12 points and Shanghai Composite trading flat with a single point gain.   The Indian markets on February 17, may open positive as the SGX Nifty at the time of filing this report was trading up by 0.43%.

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