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Focus would also remain on the COVID situation, global stock markets, investment pattern of foreign institutional investors (FIIs), rupee-dollar trend and Brent crude, analysts said
As Omicron variant cases prove to be mild, investor sentiment is turning upbeat amid easing fears of strict global lockdowns and disruption to economic activities
Saudi Arabia’s majority state-owned oil giant Aramco said its net income more than doubled from $11.8 billion during the same three-month period a year earlier. Last year’s figure came after profits plunged dramatically as global coronavirus lockdowns slammed oil prices
Inflation is now believed to be top risk and optimism on commodities is near all-time highs.
In the grocery segment, over 60 percent of new customers were from tier II and III cities and towns
Q3FY21 has turned out to be one of the best earnings seasons in last six years (since September 2014) with profit after tax (PAT) growth of nearly 32 percent, says senior fund manager at HDFC AMC.
STT collection between April and December 2020 is Rs 10,805 crore, as against Rs 7,574 crore in the same duration last year.
A successful vaccination programme with quick nationwide coverage is what the economy needs
Spot gold was unchanged at $1,887.99 per ounce by 0050 GMT, while U.S. gold futures were up 0.1% at $1,888.70.
Rising coronavirus infections in Europe had dented market sentiment last week. Concerns over resurgence in coronavirus cases may also play in investors mind going ahead.
"If interest rates are at 6 percent, NPA's will double in six years. Both cost of credit and the flow of credit both have to be looked at," he said adding that the problem with low interest, however, is that capital injection will be significantly lower.
"Hopefully we'll have a vaccine, but I think the vaccine is going to take longer than people understand," the chairman of Moody's Investors Service said.
Be it an economic slowdown in 2001, the global financial crisis in 2008, or the European debt crisis in 2013, the yellow metal always shines even when economies struggle
When Russian table tennis or Korean baseball won’t scratch the itch, some are trying their hand at trading equities. It’s enough to move the market, analysts say
At a meeting chaired by FM Sitharaman, RBI officials raised concerns over liquidity challenges being faced by NBFCs and various state and micro finances.
The decision comes after receiving a representation from stock exchanges, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) said in a circular.
Stocks of metal and mining companies are currently at historically low price-book (P/B) multiples, according an analysis by ET Intelligence Group.
Canadian pensions were reportedly exploring investment opportunities in the renewable energy and private debt spaces
Of the 39 trading sessions during these two months, only eight days recorded net FPI inflows
Sawiris also predicted that oil prices would hit $100 a barrel in 18 months.
Markets are certainly better, but not well. There is no need to get carried away.
Even as fiscal year 2020 saw a sharp fall in the markets, an increasing number of fresh investors signed up to have demat accounts opened.
Indian stocks are ignoring COVID-19 data
COVID has caused tremendous distress, but liquidity issues have hurt us before and will continue even after the pandemic