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Market sees sharp divergence across sectors in 2020; how does the road ahead look?

BUSINESS

Market sees sharp divergence across sectors in 2020; how does the road ahead look?

The year witnessed an unprecedented disrupting force COVID-19 which caused strong volatility in the market and made the economic outlook highly unpredictability.

Fixed asset allocation a suitable strategy for orthodox investors, experts say

BUSINESS

Fixed asset allocation a suitable strategy for orthodox investors, experts say

While active investors understand the significance of alertness in order to real gains, orthodox and lazy investors too can earn decently by applying strategies such as fixed asset allocation.

After The Bell: Market witnesses across the board selloff; what should investors do on Thursday?

BUSINESS

After The Bell: Market witnesses across the board selloff; what should investors do on Thursday?

The Sensex plunged 600 points to 39,922.46 while the Nifty ended the day with a loss of 160 points at 11,729.60.

Although slow, economic recovery is on track; here are stocks & sectors that you can consider

BUSINESS

Although slow, economic recovery is on track; here are stocks & sectors that you can consider

The pace of recovery may be slow but most analysts and rating agencies believe that the Indian economy will see a strong rebound in the year 2021.

Gold price today: Yellow metal slips, crucial support at Rs 50,750-50,600

BUSINESS

Gold price today: Yellow metal slips, crucial support at Rs 50,750-50,600

Trump on Tuesday said a coronavirus economic relief deal would likely come after the November 3 election.

After The Bell: Market resumes upward march; what should investors do on Wednesday?

BUSINESS

After The Bell: Market resumes upward march; what should investors do on Wednesday?

Forecast of higher FII inflows to India, based on an MSCI report, helped the market despite weak global cues.

Market to remain volatile in short term but long-term prospects bright, say experts

BUSINESS

Market to remain volatile in short term but long-term prospects bright, say experts

The market has been experiencing strong bouts of volatility and is struggling to cross crucial resistance levels in the absence of fresh positive triggers.

Gold price today: Yellow metal rises, crucial resistance at Rs 51,050-51,200

BUSINESS

Gold price today: Yellow metal rises, crucial resistance at Rs 51,050-51,200

Rising coronavirus cases in the US turned investors cautious and they appear to have returned to safe-haven buying towards gold.

After The Bell: Market begins week in the red; what should investors do on Tuesday?

BUSINESS

After The Bell: Market begins week in the red; what should investors do on Tuesday?

Indices saw more than a percentage cut as several countries in Europe go into a lockdown again. The US elections and the uncertainty over the stimulus package also weighed on the market.

AI may be the next Warren Buffett but there are challenges ahead

BUSINESS

AI may be the next Warren Buffett but there are challenges ahead

AI can sort, analyse and interpret huge amounts of data efficiently and that is why it is increasingly being used for trading and getting investment ideas. Quality of data, model and machines that can do the job effectively remain a challenge for countries like India.

Market ended higher for the week but will the trend hold? Here's what analysts have to say

BUSINESS

Market ended higher for the week but will the trend hold? Here's what analysts have to say

Foreign institutional investors continued to remain net buyers while domestic institutional investors were net sellers in the week gone by.

After The Bell: Market logs gains for 4th consecutive session; what should investors do on Thursday?

BUSINESS

After The Bell: Market logs gains for 4th consecutive session; what should investors do on Thursday?

Volatility may remain high due to mixed global cues and earnings season.

Should you tender shares in Wipro buyback? Here is what analysts have to say

BUSINESS

Should you tender shares in Wipro buyback? Here is what analysts have to say

The buyback size is 4.16 percent of the total paid-up equity share capital of the company. The promoter group will also participate in the buyback.

US elections 2020 a significant event for the Indian market, but not the Trump vs Biden debate

BUSINESS

US elections 2020 a significant event for the Indian market, but not the Trump vs Biden debate

The market is likely to witness heightened volatility as we approach the US elections. The US will conclude its 59th quadrennial on November 3, 2020.

Long-term bets: HDFC and HUL among 10 stocks that analysts prefer

BUSINESS

Long-term bets: HDFC and HUL among 10 stocks that analysts prefer

The market is likely to be stock-specific and experience sector rotations. Therefore, investors should adopt a buy-on-dips strategy only in quality names, said Umesh Mehta, Head of Research, Samco Group.

Weekly dossier: N Jayakumar, Nischal Maheshwari, Taher Badshah and others on market, investment ideas

BUSINESS

Weekly dossier: N Jayakumar, Nischal Maheshwari, Taher Badshah and others on market, investment ideas

As the texture of the market still appears to be bullish, analysts see the market will take a leap further in the coming sessions.

Trade Setup for Friday: Top 14 things to know before Opening Bell

BUSINESS

Trade Setup for Friday: Top 14 things to know before Opening Bell

Key support level for the Nifty is placed at 11,552.57, followed by 11,424.83. If the index moves up, the key resistance levels to watch out for are 11,916.77 and 12,153.23.

MF September data shows significant churn in sector and stock allocation; what should investors do?

BUSINESS

MF September data shows significant churn in sector and stock allocation; what should investors do?

Mutual funds were net sellers in equities in September, in continuation of selling done in the previous three months. In October, so far, also they have continued to sell equities.

Should you be cautious amid flurry of IPOs and post-listing frenzy?

BUSINESS

Should you be cautious amid flurry of IPOs and post-listing frenzy?

It appears the Indian market is awash with IPOs. With the sharp turnaround in secondary markets after the March lows, the primary market, too, has rebounded after witnessing a dull first half.

September inflation print surprises; will it cripple RBI's ability to keep rates low?

BUSINESS

September inflation print surprises; will it cripple RBI's ability to keep rates low?

While the number was expected to be on the higher side, it was not expected to jump to this level, analysts said.

FM's fiscal package a move in right direction, will boost spending, say experts

BUSINESS

FM's fiscal package a move in right direction, will boost spending, say experts

To encourage spending to spur demand, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has announced an LTC cash voucher scheme and a special festival advance scheme for employees.

Vedanta's delisting seems to have failed, what next for public shareholders

BUSINESS

Vedanta's delisting seems to have failed, what next for public shareholders

Equity shares of the company and those tendered by the shareholders in the delisting offer will continue to remain listed on the exchanges for now.

Sensex, Nifty jump 4% last week; will the rally sustain? Here's what 10 top analysts say

BUSINESS

Sensex, Nifty jump 4% last week; will the rally sustain? Here's what 10 top analysts say

Going ahead, markets are expected to witness sectoral churning and the benchmark index might remain subdued with stock-specific movements.

RBI Monetary Policy | MPC announcements boost bank stocks; Nifty Bank jumps 3%

BUSINESS

RBI Monetary Policy | MPC announcements boost bank stocks; Nifty Bank jumps 3%

RBI's measures to revive the economy, including enhancing liquidity support for financial markets and deepening financial inclusion, are also see as positives for the banks.

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