Around 40 percent of its business comes from the first half of the year and 60 percent from the second half. So a lot of projects will reach the peak stage in the second half of current fiscal. So Dilip Buildcon's Head of Strategy and Planning, Rohan Suryavanshi expects a strong secong half.
Gujral says it is still not time to buy into tech stocks, adding that they may see some volatility due to presidential elections. He keeps a short position till Nifty crosses the 8750 mark.
The chances of a market upturn may be minimal so Ashwani Gujral of ashwanigujral.com suggests investors can short at these levels.
Although there were pullbacks in the market, there was a lot of resistance around the 7800 levels, says Udayan Mukherjee in a freewheeling chat with CNBC-TV18.
Taimur Baig, chief economist, Deutsche Bank says there haven‘t been any major disinflationary moves in the past few months and hence, the March CPI inflation is unlikely to come down.
Market expert Ambareesh Baliga says the Coal India offer for sale (OFS) is coming at a very opportune time and retail investors should make the most of it.
Sudarshan Sukhani of s2analytics.com says the market has an upside momentum, but it is likely to get choppy in the upcoming days.
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Even from margin parameters, the mix from China has gone up from 24 percent to 26 percent. So, this will help in terms of margins.
Shankar Sharma of First Global feels we are still in a bear market, and the upcoming general elections will weigh on sentiment.
Advent Advisors' KR Bharat says that the current rally in the market is driven by liquidity and not by fundamentals. He advises on investing in fundamentally rich stocks. However, he also sees a secular bull run in the long-run.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Sudarshan Sukhani suggested short-term traders to take long positions in the Nifty and the Bank Nifty. "The short-term momentum in the market is in the favour of the bulls unless something unexpected happens. The market is now towards crossing all-time highs. So, one can prefer banks," he added.
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Hero MotoCorp today reported rise in total sales at 4,87,545 units for July this year. The company says that the growth has come in the wake of good demand of motorcycle brands.
Ventura Commodities expect July MCX contract to see levels close to Rs 6,100-6,120 per barrel with a stop loss of Rs 6,010 per barrel.
Market is now in a period when it is not giving any sign and the charts are quiet, technical analyst, Sudarshan Sukhani, s2analytics.com said.
Talking to CNBC-TV18, Ambareesh Baliga, managing partner-global wealth management, Edelweiss Financial Services says that market volatility will continue for a while. He says the Nifty could touch levels of 5,950-5,970, but to rally further, the market will have to be backed by strong fundamentals.
Sudarshan Sukhani believes that market could go to lifetime new highs, cross 6,350.
We had a good day yesterday. The Nifty climbed to 6,050 and the Sensex touched 20,000. Earnings have been good so far
Anand Tandon, CEO, JRG Securities explains to CNBC-TV18 that it will be a challenge for the markets to repeat the momentum of 2012 in 2013 and adds that the impact of a cut in rates will have little impact on the markets or the economy.
The rupee is likely to be rangebound. The positive momentum in rupee may continue, but 54/USD will be a psychological barrier, says Vikram Nanivadekar, Independent Analyst.