Here are some key stories from the week that went by, written exclusively for subscribers of Moneycontrol Pro
Moneycontrol Editor Santosh Nair talks about the latest announcements made by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and analyses how the markets fared this week.
The index that did not do well was IT which was down by 1.35%.
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Rajgarhia said private banks are expected to be the immediate beneficiaries of the corporate tax cut.
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We expect Nifty50 to inch towards 11,500-11,600 shortly. The Nifty50 could see a brisk movement as and when it crosses the 200-DMA placed at 11,222 level, says Rusmik Oza, Head of Fundamentals Research, Kotak Securities
Immense volatility was witnessed in the market in the first week of September 2019, which is likely to continue in the near term. In this episode of The Market Podcast, Moneycontrol Editor Santosh Nair talks about what happened in the market this past week and what to look forward to in the coming week.
In terms of value added, the US has the world's largest ICT sector at about a trillion dollars, almost twice the size of the second largest, China.
The predictions have been lowered as India approaches the festive season, which is typically a sales boom period
It comes against the backdrop of the government's announcement on August 30 about merging 10 public sector banks into four entities, as part of which PNB will merge Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC) and United Bank of India (UBI) with itself.
Lower rollovers were witnessed in the September series indicating that weak hands are out from the market, says Umesh Mehta, Head of Research, SAMCO Securities
Jhunjhuwala sees 10,500-10,750 levels acting as a floor for the Nifty
In this series of Moneycontrol's 'Word on the Street' column, here is some unreported chatter from the world of business and markets, put together by our fly-on-the-wall reporters.
According to the depository data, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold equities worth Rs 10,416.25 crore on a net basis during August 1-16 period.
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Commenting on the financial performance, SPIC Chairman Ashwin Muthiah said the company's profitability performance in the quarter was reflective of streamlined inventory management and efficient logistics.
Strong product portfolio, increased localisation, reduced FX exposure and capex-light business are the reasons brokerages are upbeat on Maruti Suzuki.
A senior SEBI official told Moneycontrol, "We have sought clarification from CDSL on these three issues. Lack of prompt redressal of these issue is our prime concern.”
It was the worst-hit stock on the BSE's key 30-share index.
For Indian markets, the next important trigger is the RBI policy meeting next week. Foreign institutional investors, who bought $9.4 bn of Indian shares, have sold a fifth of them by value
The current market is at a tricky stage, but our advice remains the same — “Stick to quality”