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Q3 looking better for consumption pack: Siddhartha Khemka, MOSL
Some of the larger consumption stocks are trading at a very high valuation.
Focused equity funds: a high return, high risk play
Focused equity funds, which do not hold more than 20-30 stocks in their portfolios, are f...
Rupee opens 30 paise down at 71.77 against dollar
On the domestic front, market participants will be keeping an eye on the inflation number and pick up the number could further weigh on the rupee, Motilal Oswal said in a report.
Market share gain, replacement demand to buoy Amara Raja
Over FY 2004-16, Amara Raja clocked a CAGR of 34% and 68% in net sales and PAT respectively.
Axis Focused 25 Fund: Fund review
One of the key aspects of the scheme is its ability to perform well in almost all market cycles in the past three years. It has been a consistent outperformer.
Sebi mulls lowering cost of derivatives trading
Brokers said they could end up paying 30-35 per cent less in initial margins.
Arnold Schwarzenegger inspired by Greta Thunberg, goes cycling with climate change activist
The two were joined by Svante Thunberg and Christina Schwarzenegger.
Rupee opens 6 paise down at 71.34 against dollar
“Today, USDINR pair is expected to quote in the range of 71.20 and 71.70.”
Buy Kotak Mahindra Bank, target price Rs 1,660: Chandan Taparia
Chandan Taparia recommended to keep stoploss at Rs 1570.
Buy Jubilant Foodworks, target price Rs 1,690: Chandan Taparia
Chandan Taparia recommended to keep stoploss at Rs 1575.
Buy Voltas, target price Rs 720: Chandan Taparia
Chandan Taparia recommended to keep stoploss at Rs 680.
Time to look at midcap funds again?
Though few in the market expect an immediate rebound due to the slowdown, mutual fund advisors are asking their clients to accumulate mid-cap schemes with an investment horizon of three years.
Top quant strategy for the week ahead
This pair has 97% correlation over the last one year.
Indian economy has strong fundamentals, will revive on reforms taken by govt: India Inc
With its strong fundamentals, India is managing the effects of global slowdown with resolute measures in a host of sectors, besides taking up structural reforms in taxation, banking, finance, and thus change in India's ratings by Moody's Investor Service to 'negative' from 'stable' is incomplete in its assessment, said Assocham President B K Goenka.
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