The Maruti Suzuki stock has recovered quite a lot from its March lows making valuations expensive. So investors should not rush and wait for some softness to add this stock.
The Q2FY21, so far, witnessed robust numbers from IT, Pharma, Auto components, select banks, and cement sector companies.
We advise investors to wait for the opening up of complete domestic and international routes before buying IndiGo
Demand for Hero MotoCorp is expected to be on an upward trajectory on the back of changing customer preference towards personal mobility, positive rural sentiment and new product launches, especially in the premium segment
The pandemic has triggered a shift towards online shopping and Havells saw a 100 per cent growth in sales through the e-commerce channel on a small base
In Q2 FY21, Bharti Airtel continued its mojo on the back of tailwinds from the Covid-19 situation and the rising work-from-home culture
Polycab is well positioned to gain from premiumisation and economies of scale that will lead to significant margin expansion and improved profitability
Ambuja Cements' cost structure is expected to improve while strength in the commercial construction market as well as government-backed infrastructure spending will aid the overall growth in the next 3-6 months
While Tata Motors' numbers have improved, they are yet to touch pre-pandemic levels
For global MNCs, the current crisis adds to the growing theme of sourcing chemicals from India as an alternative. Atul industries is a clear favourite in this scheme of things
The gross margin of Asian Paints stands to benefit from structurally lower oil prices while the company’s pricing power offers downside protection should oil prices move higher
We continue to remain upbeat on Bajaj Auto as the company plans to roll out new products, increase its market share and capitalise on the opportunity thrown up by COVID-19
With economic activities gathering pace, the cyclical recovery in the cement sector seems under way. The stock of UltraTech trades at its highest levels since January 2020
Colgate’s strong brand recall among consumers, new launches and higher brand investment should help it post better market share going forward
Moneycontrol's Shraddha Sharma discusses how this FMCG major was able to report profits despite the COVID-19 crisis and the road ahead
What could act as a key growth catalyst for Ramkrishna Forgings in the near term is the vehicle scrappage policy
As for the capex plan of over Rs 700 crore, Britannia prioritises for newer plants in Tamil Nadu and UP, followed by Bihar
CSB Bank is well on track to transform into a new-age private sector bank
With revenues returning to pre-COVID levels, ACC has structurally improved its underlying profitability, and therefore, could surprise on the upside
A differentiating aspect about DMart, run by Avenue Supermarts, is it remains a zero debt company -- excluding lease liabilities -- with strong operating cash flows
In this edition of Ideas for Profit, Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra discusses the second-quarter performance of Mindtree and whether investors should book profits or wait to buy the lows.
The change in consumer preference provides the company an opportunity to augment its portfolio and enhance its presence in the ready-to-eat and ready-to-cook non-veg food market.
GM Breweries has exhibited volume growth of 5-7 percent on a historic basis with a potential to grow at similar rates once the overall macro environment improves
In this edition of Ideas for Profit, Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra decodes the second-quarter performance of India's biggest software service provider and what makes it a must-own portfolio stock
What is working in favour of Schaeffler India is the sharp recovery in the automotive segment and a steady pick-up in the industrial segment. Moreover, new export markets offer a significant opportunity