ICICI Direct said investors should focus on building a portfolio of quality cyclical stocks to ride the rally as since inception, “Golden Cross” on the Nifty Midcap, small cap have produced a minimum return of 29 percent and 37 percent, respectively, in the following year.
As we step in the Modi 2.0 period, a lot will depend upon how much of India's economic growth will translate into earnings growth for the corporates.
Markets will now look for concrete action from the Modi government to decide future trend
The contribution of the top 10 stocks to the benchmark Nifty has reached all-time high levels and a rotation out of them is likely
As of now the only concern for our domestic currency is boiling crude oil prices and current account deficit (CAD). But in recent scenario the main focus will be on election results.
With no concrete conclusion coming out of the months long trade spat between Washington and Beijing coupled with narrowing global deficit, we expect MCX Nickel prices to go lower towards Rs 800 per kg.
Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra does a 3 point analysis the big concerns and shares an outlook on the company
Vaibhavi Khanwalkar chats with Moneycontrol Deputy Executive Editor, Ravi Krishnan to find out more about the ongoing sitaution.
The bounds for the next quarter would be in the range of 68.40 to 71.60 where we can expect the INR to trade in.
Here are some options strategies that take into account all 3 post-election scenarios: a strong Modi government; a weak Modi government; and if no alliance/party gets a clear majority
At present, there are more bets that the market will fall rather than go higher post elections.
Data suggests that global investors are only running a neutral position towards India and they are neither underweight nor overweight and we account for only 1% of the global equity index
The market is pricing in a reform-oriented stable government, pivoting around one national party.
The stock closed at Rs 261.80 on April 15, trading 60.61 percent above its 52-week low and 59.75 percent below its 52-week high.
Ajay Piramal and private equity firm TPG, who are investors in Shriram Capital, will be given an opportunity to exit before the merger takes place.
According to Sanger, the Indian market can gain 20-25 percent over the next 12 months if the economy holds up.
At 1511 hrs, Suzlon Energy was quoting Rs 6.53, down 1.8 percent on the BSE.
At 1324 hrs, Bank of Baroda was quoting Rs 128.40, up 5.59 percent on the BSE.
At 1252 hrs, APSEZ was quoting Rs 377.55, up 3.24 The multi-port operator has a portfolio of eight ports/terminals across India
At 1158 hrs, Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services was quoting Rs 433.05, up 1.89 percent on the BSE.
At 1101 hrs, RCom was quoting Rs 4.35, down 4.81 percent on the BSE.
At 1036 hrs, Lloyds Metals and Energy was quoting Rs 12.62, up 5.87 percent on the BSE.
At 1016 hrs, Ruby Mills was quoting Rs 279, up 3.09 percent on the BSE.
At 0953 hrs, Jet Airways was quoting Rs 281.30, up 3.80 percent on the BSE
At 10:39 hrs, Jubilant Life Sciences was quoting Rs 791.10, down 6.01 percent on the NSE.