EBITDA growth for India Inc. came down to 6% this quarter: Ashish Gupta, Credit Suisse
After several quarters of stable level of stress, we saw an increase in overall stress indicator.
India’s economy is sputtering. But its stock market powers ahead
Economic growth is at the lowest since before Prime Minister Modi came to po...
Slippage in order guidance to weigh on L&T’s performance
L&T’s stock has underperformed 12 per cent compared with the Nifty in last three mon...
Fund-raising to boost Bharti Airtel's books: Analysts
Bharti Airtel’s application for permission to increase its foreign shareholding limit to 100 per cent is still pending with the government.
Cutting rates by 25 bps won’t help economy; govt has to spend: Mythili Bhusnurmath
Given that anyway fiscal deficit target will be breached, why not do it for something that might get the economy kick started?
Reliance Jio plans could be 20 per cent cheaper than other telcos: Report
Even with a tariff hike of 40%, Jio would be cheaper by 15-20% than its rivals, analysts firms say.
Credit Suisse’s Sumit Jalan on why Indian QIP market is booming
This year, the QIPs on an average has been of a significantly higher size.
Credit Suisse maintains neutral on Aurobindo Pharma, target price Rs 500
Neutral Aurobindo Pharma Ltd. at a price target of Rs 500.0 .
Credit Suisse downgrades Larsen & Toubro to ‘neutral’, lowers target price to Rs 1,460
Credit Suisse has downgraded L&T stock as macro continues to remain hostile.
Has D-Street’s divergence with Indian economy run its course?
Top global brokerages are getting skeptical on record-breaking Indian stocks.
When Belloni, Bogliolo & Arnault turned to 'Tea' & 'Latte' for closing $16 bn Tiffany-LVMH deal
LVMH's bid approach was discussed by executives at the two companies in mid October.
Charles Schwab to buy TD Ameritrade for $26 billion
The new combined entity would have assets of about $5 trillion.
Q2 loan growth falls to DeMo lows: Credit Suisse
In Q2 loan growth in India has dropped to demonetisation lows of 6% , as NBFC lending has pulled back.
Time to hedge as Wall Street volatility dives
“We believe VIX has neared its theoretical floor for the year.”
Deferred spectrum payments won’t solve debt issues of telcos: Analysts
The move, which will give over Rs 42,000 crore of relief to the telcos, may not be enough to address the debt concerns of the troubled telcos and ‘much more was needed’ from the government, primarily on adjusted gross revenue (AGR), which may boost stock prices if interest and penalties were waived, according to analysts.
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