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Addressing liquidity concern should be top agenda for NDA 2.0: Keki Mistry, HDFC

There is a fear of NPLs and I think that is a very important concern which needs to be addressed

Avoid smaller names in PSU bank space: Amisha Vora, Prabhudas Liladher

When the liquidity and interest rates are slow, it's the midcaps and smallcaps that start performing.

‘Central Bank to return to profit in current fiscal’

We are now thinking in terms of time value of money.

Congress revival plan must start tomorrow as various state elections are coming up: Shashi Tharoor

We absolutely must recover because we are the one viable national opposition party in the country, says Tharoor.

Rate cut not enough, auto industry must become globally competitive:  RC Bhargava

While govt has to do certain things, more needs to be done by industry itself, says Maruti chairman.

Reduce tax on ATF or include it under GST: Ajay Singh, SpiceJet

We need to take steps that help us accelerate growth over the next few years, said Singh.

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BULL'S EYE

India could potentially be in the best five-year period of its economic life: Manish Chokhani, Enam

Budget will be first big signal of how the economics of this country can now be rebooted, says Chokhani

Arvind Panagariya on corporate tax, lower tariffs & fewer ministries

Former Vice Chairman, NITI Aayog discusses the possible agenda for first 100 days of NDA-2

Why CLSA’s Mahesh Nandurkar is bullish on property developers

I don't really expect too many disruptive changes going forward under NDA-2, says CLSA India strategist

It is probably time for small and midcaps to perform: Kunj Bansal

Within commodities, I would be more positive on cement instead of metals, say Bansal.

Basic reforms are done, hope to see a very different Mr Modi: Vallabh Bhanshali, Enam Group

Basic reforms are done, hope to see a very different Mr Modi: Vallabh Bhanshali, Enam Group

With this kind of mandate, his political sensitivity should be significantly down, says Bhanshali.

Oil prices to keep steady till Iran tension subsides: Jonathan Barratt, Probis Securities

Oil prices to keep steady till Iran tension subsides: Jonathan Barratt, Probis Securities

Once we get a resolution of tension in the Middle East, prices will track lower from here, says Barratt.

Buy or Sell: Stock ideas by experts for May 24, 2019

Buy or Sell: Stock ideas by experts for May 24, 2019

ET Now spoke to various experts and here's what they have to recommend for today's trading session.

Even without huge Modi verdict, India’s a winner for FIIs: Mark Mobius

Even without huge Modi verdict, India’s a winner for FIIs: Mark Mobius

We are focussing on the medium sized companies, says Mobius Capital partner.

Verdict says we are ready to pay short-term price for long-term gains: Nilesh Shah, Kotak AMC

Verdict says we are ready to pay short-term price for long-term gains: Nilesh Shah, Kotak AMC

“Steps taken by the government to revive consumption is the focus of the market.”

Hindu nationalism has won the day; other issues are number 2 to 10: Aiyar

Hindu nationalism has won the day; other issues are number 2 to 10: Aiyar

Modi’s victory built on incremental reforms plus welfarism: Swaminathan Aiyar, Consulting Editor, ET Now

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