• May

    The first month of FY17 has started with a bang across segments with the domestic passenger vehicle (PV) industry registering an 11 per cent growth on the back of a

  • By Subrata Ray, senior group VP, Icra Research

    FY17 has started with strong numbers across segments – the domestic passenger vehicle industry registered an 11 per cent growth during April, thanks to a 43 per cent growth in

  • May

    The retail sector presented a mixed bag of performance in the March quarter. Some retailers did well; some came out with decent numbers while some of the jewellery-focussed

  • By Dhanraj Bhagat, partner, Grant Thornton India

    The retail sector performance in the March quarter has been mixed. While some retailers have shown a 7-8 per cent increase in revenue year-on-year the others have reported

  • May

    The bad loan cycle in the country is now in the sixth year and yet bad loan formation will remain elevated in FY17 given a weak economy, struggling companies and

  • By Siddharth Purohit, equity research analyst (banking), Angel Broking

    Barring a few private sector banks, most banks witnessed sharp rise in bad assets in Q3FY16 and it was one of the most difficult quarters in recent years. RBI’s

  • May

    After last year’s struggle upstream oil and gas companies can hope to begin the year on a happier note. While the global oil market seems to be stabilising

  • By Hitesh Jain, head, alternative research, IIFL

    Oil prices have witnessed handsome recovery with WTI rebounding from the lows of $26. 5/bbl (barrel) during February and is now trading above $45/bbl

  • Apr

    The Rs 2,50,000 crore Indian auto component industry is in a recovery mode with the rise in production of the Rs 2,60,000 crore automobile industry, especially the passenger vehicle sector

  • By Subrata Ray, senior group VP, Icra Research

    The Indian auto component industry, estimated at around Rs 2,50,000 crore, with passenger vehicle segment (45 per cent), commercial vehicles (22 per cent) and two-wheelers (22 per cent) contributing to