Vikram Kotak, till recently head of investments at Deutsche Mutual Fund, is an industry veteran widely known for his uncanny ability to identify themes and stocks that turn multi-beggars. He has now changed track and has turned a private equity investor.
Referring to the recent outflows by foreign institutional investors, Ritesh Jain, chief investment officer, BNP Paribas Mutual Fund, tells Falaknaaz Syed that FIIs maybe, reallocating their capital to other emerging markets, which are cheaper than India, but a po
Cotton prices are expected to see some upside in the coming months as the production is estimated to be lower this time and the exports higher.
The government is set to announce new price of ethanol, which is likely to be Rs 40 a litre against Rs 39 a litre for 2017-18 (December-November). The petroleum ministry will move the cabinet note soon and decision may be announced around Diwali.
Amit Shah, 32, married with one-year old child, has dependent parents who stay with him.
Brands and branded players will continue to outperform pure play retailers in this segment, said a recent report on the fashion retail by Emkay Global Financial Services.
After refusing to buckle for almost nine months, the Nifty gave up last week, its second in two months. The Nifty’s fall this time can be termed a correction.
Traders who habitually sell out-of-the-money put options to collect small premium got a reminder last week that what appears easy money in the derivatives market comes with risks that can take away months of trading gains in a few days.
The most dumped element in a bull market is, caution. Many time-tested principles of investing are thrown out of the window in a bull run, as few investors have the patience to pause and reflect when stocks move up or down in a jiffy.
Anil Sarin, a seasoned fund manager, has worked with distinction in various mutual fund houses and private equity outfits in a career that spans more than 23 years.
The standoff between North Korea and the US saw major correction in base metal prices in the first and second week of September. Though recovery was seen in select metals due to the strength of their fundamentals, base metal counter is currently bearish.
Despite persistent threats by Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee that the state government will take strong action if tea gardens in Darjeeling are not reopened and workers are not paid their bonuses before Durga Puja, there is little clarity when the three-month-long strike will end.
We spoke to channel partners across pan-India to understand the onground situation after the rollout of goods and services tax (GST).
Everyone goes through some financial constraints at different points of time and not every time you could meet the situation with your own resources. This is when you may have to apply for loans and credit cards through banks and other financial institutions.
The market is largely about sentiment, and anything can take sentiments from one end to the other in a matter of hours. Look at the first three trading sessions of the last week; while the Nifty 50 was weak, mid-cap stocks had done perfectly well.