The narrow range index movement of last one week hints at the criticality of a stock specific approach given that Nifty has not witnessed a broad-based rally.
Speaking to CNBC-TV 18, Murali Natarajan, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of private sector lender DCB Bank Ltd, said loan growth was muted but had started to show signs of recovery.
GAIL, M&M, ONGC, SBI and BHEL are top gainers while Cipla, Coal India, Bharti Airtel, Dr Reddy's Labs and Adani Ports are losers in the Sensex.
DCB Bank Limited (formerly Development Credit Bank Ltd.) and Western Union Business Solutions, a business ...
With an expected negative earnings season approaching especially in public sector banks, IT and commodities, the market will remain volatile, says Tirthankar Patnaik of Mizuho Bank.
Federal Bank came out with numbers that saw the asset quality ratios improve and it joins ranks with the likes of South Indian Bank and DCB that did the same. Ekta Batra gives u an update on the numbers.
Development Credit Bank (DEB) will be in focus reacting to a very healthy set of numbers that came out post markets yesterday. Ekta Batra tells you how DCB is expected to react today.
Check out the reactions today on these ten stocks - Coal India, ONGC, Oil India, Yes Bank, DCB, JSPL, Tata Motors, Financial Technologies, Tata Steel and Cipla.
Ambareesh Baliga of Edelweiss Financial Services is of the view that Development Credit Bank may move up to Rs 64-65.
According to Ambareesh Baliga, market is bullish and the interest is now shifting to the midcaps and the smallcaps. In the last few days, the index is where it has been for a while whereas the midcap and the smallcap stocks shooting up and that will be seen in January series as well.
Sharmila Joshi of Peerless Securities recommends buying Amara Raja Batteries with a target of Rs 334 and LIC Housing Finance with a target of Rs 212.
According to Sudarshan Sukhani of s2analytics.com, one may see significant upmove in Punjab National Bank (PNB).
Ambareesh Baliga of Edelweiss Financial Services is of the view that one may prefer HDFC Bank and Axis Bank at these levels.
Ambareesh Baliga of Edelweiss Securities recommends buying Axis Bank, ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank within the largecap private sector banks.
Ambareesh Baliga, Managing Partner of Edelweiss Securities is of the view that Development Credit Bank may touch Rs 64.
Dipan Mehta, member of BSE & NSE is of the view that one may pick Development Credit Bank (DCB).
Ambareesh Baliga of Edelweiss Financial Services is of the view that Development Credit Bank (DCB) may touch Rs 64 in the next 6-8 months.
Vishal Malkan of malkansview.com advised buying Opto Circuits for a target price of Rs 27.50 and Titan Industries for a target price of Rs 240.
Unemployment affects aggregate demand because as people get unemployed or they are scared of losing their jobs, they are not going to spend and aggregate demand in the Indian economy has declined. It is the fundamental cause of the loss of confidence in the economy and in its policy paradigms
While banking is an oligopoly in the private sector, the public sector is huge, but inefficient. Little wonder there is a rush for new licences in a country as underbanked as India
Nirmal Bang is bullish on Development Credit Bank (DCB) and has recommended buy rating on the stock with a price target of Rs 75, in its research report dated July 18, 2013.
Brokerage house GEPL Capital is bullish on Development Credit Bank (DCB) and has recommended buy rating on the stock with a target price of Rs 58 in its July 18, 2013 research report.
Development Credit Bank | Sabero Organics | HDIL | Texmaco Rail | Kalindee Rail | Winsome Diamonds | Ranbaxy Labs and HDFC Bank are stocks, which are in the news today.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Monday slapped penalty of nearly Rs 50 crore among 22 banks for violation of Know Your Customer (KYC) or anti money laundering (ALM) norms. Moreover, it warned seven more banks by issuing cautionary letters.
The Indian rupee on Tuesday recouped some of its losses against US dollar after the authorities had introduced measures to arrest its free fall. The local currency ended at 60.14/USD, a rise of 48 paise or 0.80 percent higher than its previous close at 60.62, a record low closing rate.