Investors’ losses and worries are piling up with more and more bad news flowing from corporate India. Be it Vedanta, DHFL or ICICI Bank, key stocks were bleeding on the Budget day, with their corporate governance standards getting thumbs-down from the investor community.
Strong opportunities are present in the capital markets today. The earnings season is expected to be good, which will witness a rise in profits for companies. Moreover, consumption is also expected to rise, says .
Whether the real estate market remains bullish or bearish, NRIs prefer a place back in India - not just for investment returns but also to remain rooted in their country of origin. Previously, NRIs had every reason to be leery of the Indian real estate market.
The time values in both call and put options, seen right before the budget, clearly indicated heightened hedging activity is going on in the market.
There are more than 5,000 listed stocks on the Indian stock, exchanges with various qualitative traits, like good, bad and ugly. But even some of the ugliest-to-touch are also doing roaring business on the bourses.
India’s reasonably large profit pools, from the listed equity market perspective, are in sectors such as IT, Energy, Pharma, Auto and Materials sectors, says Chocka-lingam Narayanan, head-research (equities), BNP Paribas Asset Management India, in an interview to Sangeeth
The 2018-19 estimated cotton output is at 335 lakh bales (1 bale=170 kg), 5.25 lakh less than the November's estimate and almost 30 lakh down from last year's 365 lakh bales.
Jack Bogle knew how to make a nuisance of himself. “What he meant to most people in the investment business was that he was a royal pain in the bottom,” said Jeremy Grantham, co-founder of Boston-based Grantham Mayo Van Otterloo, or GMO.
Hiren Ved is the co-founder and chief investment officer of Alchemy Capital Management, a boutique wealth management company managing about $1 billion of assets of high net worth individuals.
Coffee prices have not seen any major recovery after having fallen to 12-year lows last year. The price movement of the commodity will now depend upon the rains in Brazil and how much it supports the new crop. The market is waiting for a clearer picture that will emerge in February.
Sailesh Raj Bhan is the deputy chief investment officer (equity investments) at Reliance Mutual Fund.
We are just into a new year. Normally, as a year ends, we all prepare for a fresh start. We resolve to lead a healthier lifestyle, to adopt financial discipline, and invest to stay financially healthy. While every year we make multiple resolutions, most of us are unable to see them through.
Retail auto demand growing faster in under-penetrated states. We analyse the trends in passenger vehicle (PV) and two-wheeler (2W) retail demand across top-15 states/UT in India in this note.
Unlike in the previous weeks, the Indian market showed more weakness compared to the international markets last week, as the mid-cap stocks remained mostly under pressure. Another notable feature of last week was that individual stocks were either pushing the Nifty down or pulling it up.
The Nifty zig-zag moves in the last eight weeks have made trade a bit easy; buy the Nifty when it moves towards the lower end of the range--which is anywhere close to 10,650-- and sell it, or even take short positions, when the index is close to 10,900 or 11,000 mark.