"11,400 ideal level to start SIPs in Nifty, Bank Nifty and select largecaps and midcaps"
We have started seeing underperformance in largecaps, says MOFSL Associate VP.
We are not that concerned about what we will be doing in FY21 or beyond as that pipeline is getting built.
Falling oil demand growth and increasing supply to keep prices under control
On a year-on-year basis, we expect RIL margins to decline substantially to $8-8.2 range
Consumption structurally is still perhaps the best sector in India, says Marcellus Investment founder.
Flows to equity fund have increased significantly from the February-March low.
The space to look for contrarian bets will be auto sector, say analysts.
In such a world, storing one’s money in cash and bonds will no longer be safe, Dalio said.
"FPIs should consider structuring themselves as companies rather than trusts," the FM said.
Sensex gained 1.8 per cent during the month, even as 18 of 30 index constituents ended lower.
Ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is among the investors betting big on Ion Exchange.
Hedge funds and asset managers seeking an edge are training computers to scrape social media site
Oil market's fundamentals remain negative on account on reduction in geopolitical risks.
Foreign stock investors are on track to make their biggest monthly withdrawal of 2019.
There has been a good turnaround with Apollo Health and Lifestyles. Expect EBITDA breakeven this quarter.
For the first time, you are going to see quarterly earnings showing de-growth in many sectors, says N Jayakumar, MD, Prime Securities.
Who knows maybe this will be one massive catharsis, corporates will die and new ones will be born
India volatility index at near one-year low. It signals very little trader interest.
ET Now spoke to various experts and here's what they have to recommend for today's trading session.
Most of our stock picks happen to be in banking, infrastructure and consumer staples.
Excluding the banking system, earnings growth likely to be in high single digit in FY20.
We are forecasting around 9-10% growth for the whole year and that means around 7-8% growth for Q3.
There is increased buying into IT stocks like TCS, Tech M and HCL Tech.
All of the slippages actually came from the sub-investment grade book which has bottomed out.
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