Bringing select stocks under additional surveillance measures (ASM) by market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and stock exchanges adding more stocks under ASM category to fu
As the sowing season is about to start after the timely arrival of monsoon rains, the stock market focus will now shift to agri input stocks like fertilisers and agrochemicals.
The Indian economy is on a revival path, which requires companies to tap the market seeking growth capital mostly through institutional placements.
FMCG stocks are seeing re-rating post-stellar results from majors like Hindustan Unilever, ITC, Britannia, Nestle India and Godrej Consumer Products.
Sebi has been very careful while nurturing the Indian mutual fund industry and after doing away with entry loads, that led to selling off the wrong products to retail investors, it has now stepped
Domestic mutual funds are net investors in equities month after month for the last one year period – at least according to Sebi data – a period when foreign portfolio investors have displayed a mix
Blue Star, a household name in air conditioners, is also the oldest domestic major in the segment, founded in 1943 by Mohan T Advani.
Within one year of its stellar listing, Avenue Supermarts, the parent of hypermarket chain D-Mart, is cruising towards Rs 1 lakh crore market cap.
April has been dull for the primary market.
It’s not the government, but the global macro environment that matters. The government is just a facilitator.