Experts expect the market to inch higher further on hopes of tax sops in the Union Budget despite expectations of weak quarterly earnings due to demonetisation and expected announcement of US policies by the US president-elect Donald Trump.
Prime Securities has reported a consolidated total income from operations of Rs 3.18 crore and a net profit of Rs 4.06 crore for the quarter ended Jun '16
It is now time to look at second-order derivative stocks and stocks/sectors that are not in focus, says N Jayakumar, President, Prime Securities.
N Jayakumar of Prime Securities says, the current level of pessimism can be a perfect scenario and may lead to a rally.
Infosys | Tata Steel | Tata Motors | Mindtree | Pipavav Defence | Jaiprakash Associates | IDBI Bank | VRL Logistics | Cadila Healthcare | HDIL | Saint-Gobain | Piramal Enterprises and Everest Industries are stocks, which are in the news today.
Kotak Mahindra Bank | TCS | SBI | JSW Steel | Syndicate Bank | Pfizer | JSW Energy | Titan Company | ONGC | Indian Hotels | IOC | Crompton Greaves | Mphasis | Financial Technologies | Chambal Fertilizers | McNally Bharat | Time Technoplast | Tata Chemicals and ABG Shipyard are stocks, which are in the news today.
In the Indian context, with monsoons and a whole bunch of other things having reversed and prospects now of interest rate cuts coming through, the market is seeing levels even at 8100-8200 as attractive, says N Jayakumar, President at Prime Securities
Prime Securities has reported a consolidated total income from operations of Rs -0.88 crore and a net profit of Rs 0.10 crore for the quarter ended Mar '15
The Sensex plunged 654.25 points to close at 27457.58 and the Nifty fell 188.65 points to 8342.15.
Six stocks which will be shifted to the restricted category on both the exchanges include - Excel Infoways, ICSA (India), Omnitech Infosolutions, Paramount Printpackaging, Prime Securities and Tulip Telecom.
Prime Securities has reported a standalone sales turnover of Rs -0.38 crore and a net loss of Rs 0.61 crore for the quarter ended Dec '13
Prime Securities has reported a standalone sales turnover of Rs -0.02 crore and a net loss of Rs 1.74 crore for the quarter ended Jun '13
The SEBI and the NSE on Thursday banned 26 entities from trading in the stock market. The decision came at a time when both the authorities are conducting an investigation on the trading activity of Gitanjali Gems and Prime Broking Company, a subsidiary of Prime Securities.
Prime Securities may soon be categorised as a defaulter. The National Stock Exchange exchange is in line to take a Rs 100 crore hit, with Prime Securities being unable to pay the exchange margin money owed on certain trades in the derivatives segment, report CNBC-TV18's Sajeet Manghat and Ashmit Kumar.
Hindustan Unilever | Mangalore Chemical | Deepak Fertilisers | Future Ventures | Tech Mahindra | Hindustan Copper | NTPC | Sadbhav Engineering | Jet Airways | Prime Securities | CCL Products | JSW Energy and JSW Steel are stocks, which are in the news today.
Prime Securities has reported a standalone sales turnover of Rs -4.39 crore and a net loss of Rs 10.14 crore for the quarter ended Mar '13
Prime Securities has reported a standalone sales turnover of Rs -0.32 crore and a net loss of Rs 2.25 crore for the quarter ended Dec '12
N Jayakumar, president of Prime Securities says participation levels in the market are very low at the moment. According to Jayakumar, the GAAR clarification and crude oil prices cooling off will support markets in the near-term. He foresees a sharp correction in crude oil prices.
Participation levels are extremely poor and open interest levels in the market have come down quite dramatically, says N Jayakumar, president, Prime Securities.
On April 12, 2012 Evans Fraser And Company (India) Ltd sold 801,828 shares of Prime Securities at Rs 14.12 on the NSE.
Prime Securities has reported a sales turnover of Rs 0.55 crore and a net loss of Rs 1.39 crore for the quarter ended Dec '11
Indian market seems to be returning what it had robbed investors off last year. With a strong rally, foreign investors too are following the Indian shores. However, N Jayakumar, president at Prime Securities feels that the market has not been able to capture the rise fully.
Currencies will be the main focus now, or at least that’s what N Jayakumar, president of Prime Securities tells CNBC-TV18.
Nothing is going right for infrastructure companies at the moment. Yet, the levels to which the stocks have been beaten down, have made them attractive, N Jayakumar of Prime Securities, says in an interview to CNBC-TV18. Lanco, GMR and JP Associates are among the stocks that he sees value in.
N Jayakumar, Prime Securities is bullish on ABG Shipyard.