GEPL Capital has maintained neutral rating on Voltas, in its August 1, 2011 research report.
The foodgrain stocks held in government godowns amounted to 61.27 million tonne (Mt) at the start of the current month, according to the latest data from the Food Corporation of India (FCI).
Nirmal Bang is bearish on Sesa Goa and has recommended sell rating on the stock with a target of Rs 237 in its August 8, 2011 research report.
World coffee exports rose by 9% to 8.76 million bags of 60 kg each in June this year on the back of increasing global demand.
More than 150 requests involving 62 cases of alleged corruption being probed by the CBI are pending for over three months, awaiting sanction for prosecution from various government departments, the Lok Sabha was informed today.
CRISIL Research has come out with its report on Time Technoplast. The research firm has initiated coverage on the company with a valuation grade of 3/5, fundamental grade of 4/5 and maintained fair value of Rs 71 per share, in its August 09, 2011 report.
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CRISIL Research has come out with its report on Vipul. The research firm has initiated coverage on the company with a valuation grade of 5/5, fundamental grade of 2/5 and maintained fair value of Rs 31 per share in its August 09, 2011 report.
Ever since the US Federal Reserve made its statement last night, risk assets have seen a boost. Indian equities were in the green today after almost five days of trading in the red. According to Sunil Garg, Head of Asia-Pacific Equity Research at JP Morgan, the Fed’s statement has calmed nervous markets.
World shares clawed back more ground on Wednesday as investors rattled by a run of heavy losses took comfort from the Federal Reserve's pledge to keep interest rates near zero for two more years.
Brent crude rose USD 3 on Wednesday after the US Federal Reserve's promise to extend near-zero interest rates for two more years weighed on the dollar and helped reverse a steep slump in oil.
Hold SKS Microfinance, says Akshata Deshmukh of Networth Stock Broking.
There is recovery on the street. And, it is likely to continue, says Raamdeo Agrawal, director and co-founder, Motilal Oswal Financial Services. "Crude is showing a lot of strength and I don't see prices coming off anytime soon," he told CNBC-TV18 in an exclusive interview.
The rupee erased all early gains to turn weak on Wednesday as the onshore forward premiums crashed on fears of dollar shortage.
Akshata Deshmukh of Networth Stock Broking feels that one should sell Dish TV.
Akshata Deshmukh of Networth Stock Broking advises to hold Bajaj Electricals.
RBI Releases Draft Guidelines on Internal Risk Based (IRB) Approach for Calculating Credit Risk Capital Charge
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) touched an intraday high of Rs 338.00 and an intraday low of Rs 322.80. At 15:17 hrs the share was quoting at Rs 325.35, down Rs 12.85, or 3.80%.
Tata Global has announced its first quarter results. The company's Q1 net profit was up at Rs 161 crore versus Rs 45 crore, year-on-year, YoY.
About 33% of the revenues of Alok Industries come from exports. However, despite the global turmoil, the company’s chief financial officer, Sunil O Khandelwal says there is no impact seen on the exports and the order book.
Aditya Birla Money is bullish on Maruti Suzuki India and has recommended buy rating on the stock with a target of Rs 1285 in its August 10, 2011 research report.
IOC has declared its first quarter results. The company's Q1 net loss at Rs 3,719 crore versus net loss of Rs 3,388 crore, year-on-year, YoY.
Sharekhan has come out with its report on various stocks.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, A Balasubramanian, CIO, Birla Sun Life said, it’s very difficult to time the market. However, he said, India could get insulated from the global meltdown. “The government and the regulators will take certain measures to get back the confidence in the Indian market,” he added.