Brokerages expect the net loss to be around Rs 570-3,047 crore for the quarter under review.
Brokerages estimate the profit to be in the range of Rs 400-470 crore.
Axis Securities expects steel sales volume at 1.3 million tonnes, up 8% QoQ and 53% YoY due to capacity ramp-up.
Brokerages expect profit to be around Rs 950-1,087 crore.
Tata Steel’s PAT is seen to be around Rs 2,000-2,650 crore.
The profit is likely to be in the range of Rs 330-583 crore for the quarter under review.
Brokerages expect profit to be around Rs 208-227 crore for the quarter under review.
Brokerage houses expect increase in employee costs and other expenses to weigh on financials as well.
Brokerages also expect good profits from associates to boost its financials.
Price hike for coal as well as better e-auctions could boost the company's realization, some brokerages said.
Further, high R&D cost is likely to affect financials as well, one brokerage house wrote in its report.
Titan Company's operating income is also expected to grow in double digits, margin expansion is likely to be muted year-on-year though, according to brokerages.
Brokerage houses Nomura, Motilal Oswal, Emkay Research and Prabhudas Lilladher see 40-97 percent fall in Q2 profit YoY. Kotak expects Rs 740 crore loss due to elevated provisions.
Elevated provisions, tepid growth in net interest income, and lower other and operating income may hit SBI's profitability
Brokerage houses expect profit growth for the quarter in the range of 40-90 percent compared to year-ago
Indian Oil is likely to see weaker performance in Q2 impacted by lower inventory gains, gross refining margins (GRMs) are likely to be muted as well, brokerages said
Asset quality has remained healthy over past several quarters, and the trend is likely to continue, Motilal Oswal said, adding that asset quality in the corporate loan book would be a key monitorable
They expect volume growth to be in the range of 5-8 percent for segments of Parachute, Saffola and VAHO.
Resolution of the warning letter at Lupin's Goa and Indore sites is also the key event to watch out for in second half of FY19.
Tata Motors' operating performance is also expected to be weak with brokers expecting EBITDA fall in double digit and sharp margin erosion
Brokerages estimate the profit after tax to be in the range of Rs 1,100-2,077 crore for the company in the quarter under review.
Motilal Oswal expects Bank of Baroda's slippages to be moderate but remain at elevated levels (4.8 percent annualised)
We expect Tech Mahindra to deliver 0.7 percent constant currency revenue growth and Cross currency would be a headwind of 100 bps for the quarter, said Prabhudas Lilladher
Brokerages, however, expect gross refining margins (GRMs) in the range of $5-7 per barrel for the quarter under review.
The effect of Suboxone based on US court order is likely to weigh as well.