Despite the Nifty falling on all five trading sessions last week, the sentiment on the street was not as bearish as it was in August or September when the index
- Oct25By Alex Mathews, head, research, Geojit BNP Paribas Financial Services
Natural rubber accounts for over 40 per cent of the cost of a tyre company. Prices of natural rubber in recent days have fallen to Rs 120
The benchmark indices were locked in a narrow range last week. Still the broader market sentiment was evidently positive
- Oct18By Kamal Bansal, Head of equity, Bonanza Institutional Research
July-September is a seasonally strong quarter for the information technology (IT) industry. Verticals such as BFSI (banking and financial services) retail and healthcare might lead the growth because
The Nifty closed the first three trading sessions of last week in the red. Still the overall market sentiment was not bearish
- Oct11By Kamlesh Bagmar, Analyst, Prabhudas Lilladher
The global commodities scenario continues to remain challenging. We have had a view for quite some time that the sector is best avoided
After a gap of almost two months, last week saw a welcome change in the market’s mood. The sliding Nifty climbed a notch up, and the market breadth, too, was positive.
The RBI rate cut event is over. Now it’s over to the ‘always imminent’ Fed rate hike. With foreign portfolio investors pulling out over Rs 5,500 crore in September on top of nearly Rs 17,000 crore in August, markets have headed for levels lower than seen in last two months.
By Dhanraj Bhagat, Partner, Grant Thornton India
The state of the economy has a strong bearing on the FMCG sector, which is dominated by food and beverage, and grocery and personal care.
Indian markets reeling un-der the burden of international developments have got a pleasant surprise from the Reserve Bank.
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