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Five things to watch out for today

| Updated on September 27, 2018 Published on September 27, 2018

The NSE will shift 15 firms to the restricted trading category as part of surveillance review. The firms are Simbhaoli Sugars, Mawana Sugars, Sakthi Sugars, Rana Sugars, The Ugar Sugar Works, Rajshree Sugars & Chemicals, Spentex Industries, Bedmutha Industries, Flexituff International, Jai Balaji Industries, Kesar Enterprises, Refex Industries, Kothari Sugars And Chemicals, Palash Securities and Precot Meridian. Under the segment, no speculative trading is allowed and delivery of shares and payment of consideration amount are mandatory.

The Maharashtra Congress will carry out a protest march in Mumbai to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the formation of a Joint Parliamentary Committee to probe the Rafale fighter jet deal. The Congress has been accusing the government of massive irregularities in the deal.

Punjab National Bank will seek Rs 5,431 crore capital support from the Government by way of preferential issue of equity shares. The Finance Minister on Tuesday committed capital support to banks after his meeting with the heads of public sector lenders.

Xiaomi is set to unveil a slew of smart home products in India. The company already sells its Mi TV, Mi Air Purifier, Mi Powerbank and the Mi Band in India.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will arrive in Germany today on a two-day state visit. The visit is aimed at improving political and economic ties between the nations. It will be Erdogan's first official visit to Germany since becoming president in 2014, and follows a prolonged bout of tensions sparked by Berlin's criticism of his crackdown on opponents in the wake of a failed 2016 coup. The visit comes on the day UEFA will name the host of the 2024 European Championship from bids by Germany and Turkey, with the latter hoping to stage the biggest sporting event in its history.

Published on September 27, 2018
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