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Events to Watch out for – June 29, 2022

Events to Watch out for – June 29, 2022

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New Delhi: It is quite pertinent to keep track of the global economic developments and releases, corporate action as well as important meetings which may dictate the direction of the markets, not just in India but globally. Here’s a comprehensive guide to some of the events and cues that should be on your radar to determine the market momentum in tomorrow’s trading session.

Some of the global economic cues that market participants should keep on their radar are listed as follows:

Economic Releases:


EIA crude oil inventory report

Apart from this, the market calendar for India Inc. also looks action packed with board meets, committee meetings as well as upcoming AGMS as given below:

Corporate Calendar:

Last day to buy Bajaj Group Shares to be eligible for dividend – Bajaj Auto, Bajaj Finserv, Bajaj Holdings, Bajaj Finance
Last day to buy Biocon, L&T Infotech, Maharashtra Scooters, Nippon Life India Asset Management, Syngene to be eligible for dividend

Last day to buy EKI Energy Services, Indian Oil, Ratnamani Metals to be eligible for bonus issue

Cigniti Technologies board meet to consider the closure of Buy Back of equity shares

SIS Limited board meet to consider proposal for buyback of the equity shares

Ex-dividend date for Sona BLW Precision Forgings, Tata Steel Long Products and Vaibhav Global

AGMs on June 29, 2022:

Asian Paints

Prism Johnson

Tata Communications


Bombay Dyeing

Supreme Ind

Bhansali Eng

Rane Madras

DRC Systems

Additionally, it is quite useful to keep track of Analyst and Investor Meets:

Investor/Analyst Meet:

Radico Khaitan meeting with host of investors

Greaves Cotton meeting with host of investors

EKI Energy to meet investor/analyst

Poonawalla Fincorp to meet Baroda BNP Paribas MF

Pearl Global Industries meeting with Investors/Analysts

Infibeam Avenues meeting with Investec Capital Services

Dr Lal Path labs meeting with Investec Capital

Escorts to attend concall with Amansa Capital Pte

CSB Bank to attend Arihant Rising Star Summit 2022

Some of the other key events that market participants should watch out for are listed as follows:

Other Events:

NATO summit in Madrid (NATO’s expected to lay out a position on China for the first time)

ECB forum on central banking in Sintra, Portugal

South Korea, US, Japan finalise plan to hold trilateral summit on June 29

Shanghai to gradually allow dining-in at restaurants from June 29

E-mobility India Forum 2022 kicks off in Delhi

GST Council meet in Chandigarh

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Russia-Ukraine War: Timeline Of Events As Conflict Nears One-Month Mark


Russia-Ukraine War: Timeline Of Events As Conflict Nears One-Month Mark

Russia-Ukraine War: Timeline Of Events As Conflict Nears One-Month Mark

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is approaching the one month mark. Tensions came to a boiling pot on February 21 when Vladimir Putin formally recognised the independence of two pro-Russia regions (Donetsk and Luhansk) in Ukraine.

Here is a one month timeline of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

  1. On February 24 Vladimir Putin in a televised address announces a special military campaign against Ukraine. The Russian President has for a long time been against Ukraine’s close ties with the west and reports of its possible inclusion into NATO. On this pretext Putin invades the Eastern European nation with the aim of “demilitarization and denazification”.

  2. On the same day blasts are heard in several parts of Ukraine, including Kyiv, Kharkiv and Mariupol. A Russian warship attacks Snake Island with Ukrainian Soldiers bravely refusing to surrender. The historic and inactive Chernobyl Nuclear Plant is captured by Russian forces.

  3. On February 25 Russian troops march towards the Ukrainian Capital, while Russia vetoes a United Nations Security Council resolution demanding its withdrawal from Ukraine. On the next day Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Zelensky refuses a United States offer to evacuate him and his family from the country.

  4. On February 28 The first round of talks occur between Ukraine and Russian officials on the border of Belarus and Ukraine but disband after no agreement could be reached.

  5. On March 1, Satellite images show a 40-mile convoy of Russian tanks and troops outside the capital city of Kyiv. Naveen Shekharappa an Indian medical student studying in Kharkiv loses his life due to Russian shelling.

  6. On March 2, The United Nations General Assembly passes a non-binding resolution condemning Russia for its invasion of Ukraine and demanding a complete withdrawal. Both India and China abstain from voting.

  7. On March 8, The United States of America imposes a complete ban on all imports of Russian energy with several global brands like McDonalds, Visa, MasterCard, Starbucks suspending their operations in Russia.

  8. On March 11, Russia calls for a ceasefire so that civilians may leave the cities of Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mariupol, Chernihiv and Sumy. Ukraine and the West however accuse Russia of not honouring the ceasefire agreement.

  9. On March 15, The Prime Ministers of Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia travel to Kyiv to meet with Volodymyr Zelensky. Zelensky also states that NATO is not a good option for Ukraine. In the ln the following days, President Joe Biden labels Vladimir Putin as a War Criminal. The International Court of Justice at The Hague as well orders Russia to suspend its invasion of Ukraine, which the country refuses to comply with.

  10. In the last week the United Nations has come out with a report stating 10 million people – more than a quarter of the population of Ukraine have been displaced. Volodymyr Zelensky also addresses the United States Congress and urges them to establish a no-fly zone over Ukraine to prevent Russian Bombardment of their cities.

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Ohio State offers resources and events amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Ohio State offers resources and events amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Tensions between Russia and other nations have been growing for decades, following the collapse of the Soviet Union and expansion of North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Credit: Maxim Guchek/BelTA/TASS/ABACAPRESS.COM via TNS

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, Ohio State has a number of resources to help those impacted, and will host events with information about the war.

Christopher Gelpi, director and chair of peace studies and conflict resolution at the Mershon Center, said learning about the war is an important part of being a good citizen, because everyone has a responsibility to understand how governments, both in the U.S. and overseas, react in times of struggle.

“I see our role in a crisis like this is to bring people together and share the knowledge that our faculty fellows have in a way that is accessible to as wide an audience as possible,” Gelpi said.

An estimated 42,908 people of Ukrainian descent live in Ohio, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2019 American Community Survey.

Ohio State’s “Education for Citizenship” motto emphasizes the university’s commitment to informing citizens, according to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion website. The Office of International Affairs has a list of resources to inform students about the university’s events covering the crisis in Ukraine.

University spokesperson Chris Booker said in an email the Office of International Affairs offers support resources, including counseling and personal well-being services, immigration assistance for international students and information about cyber security.

“Ohio State developed this list of academic and support resources to assist those impacted by the conflict in Ukraine and foster discussion and education across campus,” Booker said.

The Center for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies has compiled various academic resources, including books, articles, events and films, that help to better understand the crisis in Ukraine, according to the center’s website. The office will also hold a virtual roundtable Wednesday from 11 a.m. to noon, featuring Polish experts sharing their perspective on the war.

WOSU Public Media and the John Glenn College of Public Affairs will hold an event Thursday at noon called “Dialogue Special Edition: The Russia/Ukraine Crisis,” featuring a variety of speakers and discussions on the possible routes to peace in Europe.

The Mershon Center will host a virtual event March 24 from 3:30-5 p.m., featuring a discussion from Timothy Frye, a professor of post-Soviet foreign policy at Columbia University, about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s role in Russian and international politics, according to the Mershon Center website. Another virtual event hosting 11 speakers who will speak on U.S. and NATO relations with Russia will be held April 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.