Investors can look at high dividend-yielding stocks such as ONGC, Hindustan Zinc, Vedanta which might pick up the pace if there is some relief on the personal tax front.
The Budget is not a silver bullet that can kill negative sentiment and change economic fortunes overnight but it does indicate the government's spending intention.
Prince Thomas talks to Jinesh Shah from KPMG to find out what India Inc is looking for in Budget 2020.
The possibility of some fiscal slippage is high considering that tax revenue collections have been below Budget estimates
Some calibrated fiscal slippage is not a big issue at this juncture, as the focus needs to be on reviving growth in the economy, suggest experts.
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Infra, agriculture, rural economy, automobiles, Make-in-India thrust, more on ease of doing business, employment generation thrust could gain focus from the Budget.
We should be prepared for some amount of fiscal slippage in the next financial year.
In the upcoming Budget, market participants are anticipating several measures and reforms in order to bring back economic growth
Moneycontrol’s Sakshi Batra gets in conversation with Deputy Executive Editor Gaurav Choudhury to find out what’s in store for the salaried class in Budget 2020.
Budget 2020 is a perfect opportunity to unveil a blueprint of achieving a USD 5 trillion economy by 2024.
Investors in domestic market will closely watch quarterly earnings from companies such as Kotak Mahindra Bank, Bank of Maharashtra, Axis Bank, Canara Bank and Bank of Baroda this week.
The primary contention of the impacted NBFCs is that if banks are provided exemption from thin capitalisation rules, then NBFCs -- which operate on similar modus operandi -- should also be treated on the same footing
Given that elections are behind, the Budget would focus on reforms and means to increase demand. The infrastructure sector would be one of the biggest beneficiaries, personal income tax tweaks could be on the cards to revive consumption.
Several media reports have been indicating of late that the government is likely to make some bold announcements in the coming Budget to prop up the economy.
The NBFC sector has been impacted since August 2018 after the collapse of infrastructure lender IL&FS.
Definition of ‘long-term’ may also be amended from one to two years, with the government wanting to differentiate between a strategic investor and short-term investor
Agriculture and allied primary activities, infrastructure, banking, and financial services, especially the non-banking sector, and auto are the sectors that may receive attention in the Budget, says Dr Joseph Thomas of Emkay Wealth Management.
President Ram Nath Kovind will address a joint sitting of both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha in the central hall of Parliament at 11 am on January 31.
Smuggling does two nasty things for any economy. First, it erodes the value of the domestic currency faster than most people imagine. Smuggled gold is paid for in US dollars purchased on the black market (or in exchange for opium, which too has a notional dollar tag).
The super-rich have a greater propensity to invest. Thus the rise in tax outflow and reduction in savings could also distort the balance of overall savings and investments in the system.
A slippage in the fiscal deficit beyond 4 percent will come as a shock, says Vinay Pandit of IndiaNivesh.
While participating in a debate during a book launch here, TVS Group Chairman Venu Srinivasan sought more focus on job creation in the Budget next month.
The commerce and industry ministry has proposed to the finance ministry to address the inverted duty structure on several products such as consoles, panels, certain steel products, calcined alumina, ethyl acetate, and viscose staple fibre, they added.
The upcoming budget is the event where we can expect reforms to manifest, which will set a path for the economy to achieve this target of a $5 trillion economy over the next five years.