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| 24 October, 2020, 02:02 PM IST | E-Paper

    Ashutosh Shyam

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    Premium focus holds margins for Bajaj AutoRecord high! Mutual funds turn super-bullish on IT stocksFocus is on profitable market share expansion: AkzoNobelDomestic mutual funds under redemption pressure
    Bajaj Auto’s exports rise to a new record in SeptemberGet set, go! Motown gears up for festive rushMazagon Dock a solid play on India’s growing defence focusETF AUMs surge on inflows from HNIs, retail investors
    AUM of funds linked to SIP at record high despite moderating inflowsInvestors may wait for clear business trends in ChemconFMCG companies lead in capital efficiencySlowly but surely, Maruti enters fast lane
    Future buyout to add more steam to RIL stockShould you follow MFs and load up IT?At Maruti, hope rides country roads with demand as pillionWhat has put Ashok Leyland stock in fast lane
    A Hero in good times, and bad, rides easyStrong rebound on D-Street fails to push growth in SIP accountsM&M in line for sustained re-rating on rural gainsHealthy order pipeline to draw investors’ interest in BEL
    Tata Motors out of earnings downgrades, but volume headwinds may persistWill the Reliance rally pause in the 5th month again?Hinduja dispute: Fourth among equals?RIL’s alpha could narrow in near term: Here's why
    At Maruti, hope rides country roads with demand as pillionIndian equity markets most expensive after US and JapanConcentration risk in markets on the rise with only a few stocks performingStreet valuing RIL in line with tech giants
    Energy sector's weight in MF portfolios at record level, thanks to rally in RIL sharesRIL’s the most pricey global energy company after stock rallySensex doesn’t move with the economy; BSE 500 more in syncRossari Biotech issue may ride on gains from Covid-led demand
    Index funds and ETF inflows treble in two yearsPassive funds are stealing the thunder away from active counterpartsMaruti Suzuki to gain as demand for hatchbacks revives on Covid scareWhy proposed change in gas tariff calculation would impact GAIL's earnings
    No locking down of fund-raising
    No locking down of fund-raising
    03 Jul 2020 10:27 AM IST
    MSCI defers raising of India’s weight in its global indicesThis ancillary company is beating the demand blues of two-wheeler makersCovid strikes motown: 140 test positive in Bajaj Auto's Aurangabad plant
    AUM share of 'sticky' long term funds improvesIndia most costly among big global peers after sharp rallyIndia emerges as the best performing equity market in the worldUpside looks limited for Balkrishna Industries on slowing demand trend
    SIP inflows hit due to shrinking disposable income, job loss fearsFund managers shift to defensive betsTata Motors’ moves to cut debt, costs to provide a floor for stockNew capital allocation policy may trigger re-rating of M&M's stock
    Earnings fears kill investor appetite for mid cap fundsWhat makes Motherson Sumi gung-ho on post-Covid market?Inflows in mid-cap funds at 14-month low as investors turn cautiousMore the people ride alone, more the zip for Hero on D-Street
    Return of dynamic pricing may ease concerns over OMC valuationsLeading with HUL, LIC bets big on consumer demandDII equity holdings touch multi-quarter high in Jan-MarchBajaj Auto, TVS chip away at China's share in African two-wheeler market
    Carmakers rev up launches to get out of the rutBosch sees auto on a slow road to recovery, faces valuation pressureHigher margins to help offset volume dip for city gas companiesPharma emerges as most preferred sector among MFs
    RIL rights entitlement price surges 40% on strong investor demandImpact on volumes may dent Maruti’s FY21 marginsNo panic redemptions by local MF investors this time despite mayhemFor RIL data is beginning to look like new oil
    Two-wheeler makers gear up to restart operationsRIL promoters show commitment to make it debt-freeIndia Inc wants the sum of its parts to be 'China Plus One'In tough times, it's tougher to live on credit
    Arbitrages turn negative, funds lose 40% of assetsPension funds and banks add quality stocks to expand equity assets in MarchCosts on a leash, cement stocks set for faster recoveryGrowth a worry, EM-focused funds turn neutral on India
    Further fall in key price ratio could trigger another selloff on D-StreetLong unwinding sends open interest of index futures to five-year low$3 billion cash flows stuck on account of lockdown, auto parts companies urge vehicle makers to release timely paymentSpike in delivery-based trades hints at a possible recession
    Makers of potential Covid drugs, testing cos may draw investorsCoronavirus impact: $45 billion of discretionary spending may be locked downFPIs bailing out of D-Street hurting ETFs the mostWidening yield gap makes equities cheaper relative to bonds globally
    HUL, Godrej, Dabur, DMart set to gain as coronavirus spreadsWhy a V-shaped recovery on Dalal Street looks plausibleRisk indicators now scarier than 2008, more pain could followFall in crude prices may impact oil exploration firms more than OMCs
    Rising virus fears to add to selling pressure on NiftyRecession fears in US spike as yields hit record lowsAntony Waste a good ESG play, retail investors need to waitNavin Flourine: Multi-year export order to boost operating profit
    Key ratio signals FMCG could be the next cheerleaderAshok Leyland may gain on hopes of higher sales in H1 next fiscalMFs raise holdings in Bharti Airtel as business prospects brighten for telcoBalkrishna may keep premium valuation on improved margins
    Car companies not getting many cab rides nowRising agri income, cost cuts can help Hero Moto ride out bumpsJLR China plant shut down extended till 17th Feb, Q4 earnings set to be hit
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