Analysts said if gross non-performing assets come below 6 percent and net interest margin above 3.5 percent (against 3.45 percent in Q2FY18) then that could be taken positively by the Street.
The revenues are likely to grow by 15 percent to Rs 78,913 crore for the quarter ended December 2017, compared to Rs 68,532 crore reported in the previous quarter.
Wipro will have cross-currency headwind of about 100 bps on a QoQ basis due to the depreciation of AUD and CAD versus base quarter exchange rates used for guidance.
Analysts expect FY18 constant currency revenue growth guidance to be maintained at 10.5-12.5 percent and EBIT margin at 19.5-20.5 percent. FY18 constant currency guidance translates to 12.1-14.1 percent in dollar terms.
The Street is anticipating highest NII growth rate in last few quarters. Low cost deposit flow is expected to be strong for the bank.
Analysts said if loan growth comes above 20 percent, domestic loan growth above 23 percent, net interest margin above 4.2 percent and slippages below Rs 2,500 crore for the quarter then that would be taken positively by the Street.
Analysts expect Bharti's India wireless revenue to decline 8 percent QoQ largely due to the 57 percent interconnect usage charge rate.
Analysts feel if the loan growth comes above 30 percent (34.9 percent in Q2), net interest margin above 3.4 percent (3.7 percent) and slippages fall (Rs 1,989 crore in Q2) then that would be considered positive by the Street.
As Indian drug makers brace up to report their third quarter earnings in the days ahead, analysts predict Q3 FY18 to be mixed bag with revenues expected to remain flat on year-on-year basis, though on sequential basis things may look much better.
Analysts expect increase in operating costs due to marketing spends, release of two new hindi movies and costs associated with Zee Cine awards.
Analysts expect volume growth at around 8-9 percent on the back of soft base of negative 4 percent; recovery in wholesale trade channel & CSD; Pan India expansion of Aayush brand and Indulekha; and price reduction post GST.
The sector has taken a hit on its financials due to tariff wars, thereby affecting results for the first two quarters.
Moneycontrol takes a look at what multiple brokerages are talking about the result expectations.
For RIL, it believes there could be another quarter of strong refining and petchem results. In case of Reliance Jio, there could be a profit of Rs 250 crore, but it may surprise as well.
The key things to watch out for would be its full year guidance and management commentary. Overall it is expected to be soft quarter due to seasonality.
The revenue from operations may grow over 24 percent at Rs 2,290 crore against Rs 1,843 crore in the third quarter of FY17.
Analysts expect loan growth at 23-25 percent for the quarter against 24.5 percent in previous quarter. Commercial vehicle loan book will be closely watched as it has been very good quarter for Ashok Leyland
As it is seasonally a weak quarter for IT companies due to holidays and furloughs in western markets, analysts expect revenue growth to be muted.
Analysts feel if slippages come below Rs 3,500 crore (against Rs 5,200 crore in Q1FY18), gross non-performing assets improve (11.4 percent in Q1) and net interest margin comes above 2.5 percent (2.48 percent) then that would be taken positively by the Street.
Revenue during the quarter is seen declining 17 percent to Rs 6,861 crore compared with Rs 8,265 crore in same quarter last fiscal, according to average of estimates of analysts polled by CNBC-TV18.
EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation) is seen rising 10 percent to Rs 1,590 crore but margin may contract to 57.2 percent from 66.5 percent YoY.
Analysts expect 5 percent growth in generation volumes. Average realisations are expected to remain flattish at around Rs 3.41 per unit.
Operating profit may grow 7 percent year-on-year to Rs 130 crore but margin may be flat at 10.9 percent for quarter ended September 2017.
Total sales could rise 19.8% at Rs 18,750 crore against Rs 15,645 crore that the firm posted during the last year.
The EBITDA is seen lower by 20 percent at Rs 1,468 crore against Rs 1,821 crore