The Nifty remained under pressure last week, as some large-cap private sector financial stocks continued their southward journey. The week also saw occasionally the mid-cap segment outperforming the benchmark indices.
Contracts for the September series are scheduled to close this Thursday. The expiry week is usually a test of the market’s balance. If the bears are aggressive, more number of short positions are rolled over during the expiry week and if the bulls are strong, long positions are rolled over.
Rising crude oil threatens to derail India’s economic growth and the heat of this is being felt on the stocks of oil & gas, automobile, auto ancillaries and transport & logistics companies.
A business and management graduate from Aston University, Birmingham, UK, and a certified investment advisor from the National Institute of Securities Markets, Rachit Chawla has spent over 10 years in the finance industry in verticals like stock broking, lending,
Will the festival of lights light up the Indian cashew industry and bring cheers to the people engaged in the business? It seems to be the most pertinent question at this point in time.
Indian benchmark indices like the Sensex and the Nifty were the best performing indices globally this calendar year, but a weakening rupee and rising bond yields could upset the Indian equities apple cart.
Estimates of lower production have been keeping mentha oil prices firm since June and the bullish trends are expected to remain for the coming months as well.
Unit linked insurance plans (Ulips) have been actively around in the market since last 10-15 years and have evolved considerably keeping the changing demands and needs of investors.
We initiate coverage on the radio sector with a positive stance and recommend a ‘buy’ on ENIL and Music Broadcast with a TP of Rs 843 and 409 on the back of strong earnings CAGR of 62 per cent and 25 per cent, respectively, over FY18-20E.
The market can spring a surprise anytime. Consider this. Oil prices have been rising for the past many months and their coming close to the $80-mark is nothing new or unexpected.
The Nifty’s moves last week show the bulls have come under pressure. This is natural as the Nifty has been outperforming and so is prone to pressures.
The market has stayed surprisingly resilient in the face of rupee hitting new lows and oil prices spiraling up, but many fear trouble is certainly in store for equity investors.
Atul Singh is chief executive officer at WGC Wealth, the wealth management arm of Wadhawan Global Capital.
It’s tough to say now whether the US-China tariff conflict will turn into a full-scale trade war or it’s just a means to negotiate more balanced trade. Will get to know in next few months how things shape up.
India, the second biggest producer of sugar, is likely to surpass Brazil as the world’s top sweetener producer soon. According to analysts, this may happen as recently as next sugar year, which will begin in October.