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    Indigo Paints IPO kicks off: Can this issue deliver solid returns?

    Indigo Paints' public offer includes a fresh issue stocks aggregating to Rs 300 crore.

    Sensex gains 100 pts, Nifty above 14,550; Tata Comm tanks 5%

    Sensex advances 100 pts, Nifty above 14,550; Tata Comm tanks 5%.

    Buy or Sell: Stock ideas by experts for January 20, 2021

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

    Asian shares hit a record high after Yellen calls for big spending

    U.S. President-elect Joe Biden, who will be sworn into office on Wednesday, last week laid out a $1.9 trillion stimulus package proposal to boost the economy and speed up the distribution of vaccines.

    SGX Nifty down 80 points; here's what changed for market while you were sleeping

    US Treasury Secretary nominee Janet Yellen's push for a sizable fiscal relief package in response to the Covid-19 pandemic could not lift Asian markets that fell despite overnight rise on US indices.

    Schneider Electric President told to relist or follow delisting process

    The regulator said that if the company opted for delisting, the reference date for computing the floor price would be the date on which the company made the public announcement for the exit offer.

    BULL'S EYE

    Markets bounce back on Asian cues, buying by local investors

    Stock indices fell almost 2.2 per cent in the last two sessions amid growing concerns that the market is overheated. Fund managers said continuous foreign portfolio investor (FPIs) flows in the past three months helped investors ignore steep valuations.

    Options data hints at rally before Budget

    This happened on four occasions, the latest being on January 18, when the value of marketwide outstanding calls exceeded that of the marketwide puts by Rs 36,240 crore.

    Damani ups stake in India Cements, VST; Jhunjhunwala in Tata Comm, IHCL

    Radhakishan Damani increased stake in India Cements by 0.7 per cent and in VST Industries by 0.11 per cent from the September quarter.

    A surge in bad debt is set to worsen India’s shadow bank crisis

    To be sure, the central bank last month said it would introduce risk-based internal audits at large non-bank finance companies. The authority is also monitoring the country’s 100 non-bank lenders rigorously to ensure financial stability is maintained.

    Stocks in the news: Bajaj Finance, Hind Zinc, HDFC AMC & Bajaj Finserv

    Stocks in the news: Bajaj Finance, Hind Zinc, HDFC AMC & Bajaj Finserv

    L&T Technology, Sterlite Technologies, VST Industries and GMM Pfaudler are some of the companies which will disclose their December quarter earnings during the day.

    Will NBFCs need more capital to support group companies?

    Will NBFCs need more capital to support group companies?

    The current rule says that in calculating the capital adequacy ratio (CAR), an NBFC’s tier-1 capital — which is equity and free reserves — has to be reduced by the quantum of the company’s exposure to group businesses in excess of 10% of the NFBC’s net worth.

    Budget may keep Rs 25,000 cr for PSB capital infusion

    Budget may keep Rs 25,000 cr for PSB capital infusion

    In its latest Financial Stability Report released earlier this month, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said public sector banks’ gross non-performing assets may rise from 9.7% in September 2020 to 16.2% by September 2021 in the baseline case scenario. In such an eventuality, the banks will need more capital.

    Index funds gaining traction as large-caps lag in returns

    Index funds gaining traction as large-caps lag in returns

    Data from mutual fund industry body AMFI show that the number of folios in index funds doubled from 4.05 lakh to 8.11 lakh in the last 13 months.

    AIFs may face regulatory issues over ‘foreign’ investment panels

    AIFs may face regulatory issues over ‘foreign’ investment panels

    Presence of foreign investors in committees could be seen as ‘control’, triggering different rules

    PSU banks step up to aid recovery, open credit taps

    PSU banks step up to aid recovery, open credit taps

    Public sector banks are seeing their loan book growing across all major segments agriculture, retail, MSMEs, personal loans except corporates and large businesses. On average PSBs have seen a growth anywhere between 7-13% since the pandemic.

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