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  • Nifty Likely to Bounce Back from 8,000-8,200: Anil Manghnani

    Nifty Likely to Bounce Back from 8,000-8,200: Anil Manghnani

    Mr Manghnani said, in last bull market from 2004-2007, Nifty had three to four major corrections. And in most of these corrections it had bounced back from its 50-week or 200-day moving average.

  • SBI Pitches for New Projects to Revive Credit Growth

    SBI Pitches for New Projects to Revive Credit Growth

    New projects are expected to revive the demand for bank loans.

  • Archies Cuts Store Size in Face of Shrinking Business

    Archies Cuts Store Size in Face of Shrinking Business

    Archies reported disappointing third quarter results on Friday as its net profit fell 32. 87 per cent to Rs 1.45 crore, compared to the same period last year.

  • Why SpiceJet is Offering 'Cheaper Than Train' Fares

    Why SpiceJet is Offering 'Cheaper Than Train' Fares

    SpiceJet is selling one-way air tickets for as low as Rs 599 (all-inclusive), making it the cheapest offer announced so far this year.

  • RBI's Liberal Guidelines to Blame for Rising Bad Loans: Emaky Global

    RBI's Liberal Guidelines to Blame for Rising Bad Loans: Emaky Global

    While delay in recognising bad loans removes the pressure on banks to promptly deal with the problem, the situation worsens going forward, which is getting reflected in the asset quality of banks, he added.

  • Urban or Rural Theme: What Tata Mutual Fund is Betting On

    Urban or Rural Theme: What Tata Mutual Fund is Betting On

    Atul Bhole, a fund manager at Tata Mutual Fund, says consumer sentiment will improve specially in urban India due to the better job growth, salary increments and lower inflation.

  • US-India Corporates See Massive Opportunity from Obama Visit: Anand Mahindra

    US-India Corporates See Massive Opportunity from Obama Visit: Anand Mahindra

    On the economy front Mr. Mahindra believes that green shoots have started to appear, with even his own group's construction business finally starting to receive fresh orders. But he will look to the Modi government and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in particular to take a reform-a-day approach rather than delivering any big bang with the Union Budget in February.

  • SpiceJet Needs To Be Saved:  Co-founder Ajay Singh

    SpiceJet Needs To Be Saved: Co-founder Ajay Singh

    SpiceJet co-founder Ajay Singh is returning to rescue the struggling carrier he sold nearly four years ago. Mr Singh, who helped found SpiceJet in 2005, has agreed to take control of the ownership and management of the airline from its majority owner Kalanithi Maran.

  • Private Banks, Pharma, Cement to Outperform Markets: JM Financial

    Private Banks, Pharma, Cement to Outperform Markets: JM Financial

    Suhas Harinarayanan, executive director of institutional equity research at JM Financial Securities, is also positive on Indian markets though he expects muted earnings in the next few quarters.

  • Crude Oil Prices Likely to Remain Low: Jeff Brown

    Crude Oil Prices Likely to Remain Low: Jeff Brown

    Crude oil prices have corrected by over 50 per cent from their highs in 2014. The WTI crude, a benchmark of oil prices in the US, crashed from a high of nearly $110/barrel in June 2014 to below $50/ barrel earlier this week.

  • Sensex Correction Nearly Over, Says Andrew Holland

    Sensex Correction Nearly Over, Says Andrew Holland

    The BSE Sensex crashed nearly 900 points on Tuesday, its worst one-day drop in over five years. Global factors such as the continued slide in crude oil prices and concerns about Greece exiting eurozone triggered the slide in domestic markets, analysts say.

  • Stock Market Gains Likely to Continue But At Moderate Pace: Tata MF

    Stock Market Gains Likely to Continue But At Moderate Pace: Tata MF

    The fund house expects Indian stock markets to give 15-18 per cent returns annually over the next 3-4 years.

  • Why Liberty Shoes Shares Have Doubled in a Year

    Why Liberty Shoes Shares Have Doubled in a Year

    The sharp fall in crude oil prices has also contributed to the strong rally in Liberty Shoes. A lot of raw materials used by the footwear industry are derived from crude oil and prices of these raw materials have come down tracking the crash in crude oil prices.

  • Patel Logistics Wants to Triple e-Commerce Revenue

    Patel Logistics Wants to Triple e-Commerce Revenue

    According to experts, some of the major challenges faced by the logistics sector is lack of expertise. Mr Patel said "we are in the process of gaining expertise in the segment as it is a new segment for us."

  • Enhancing Public Expenditure Not Easy Option: Siddhartha Sanyal

    Enhancing Public Expenditure Not Easy Option: Siddhartha Sanyal

    According to Barclays, India's economic growth will gradually pick up over the next couple of years, led by a pick-up in consumption oriented sectors, which will attract foreign investment.

  • Plans to Demerge Insurance Business: Mastek

    Plans to Demerge Insurance Business: Mastek

    Majesco, which provides core insurance systems and services, said it has entered into a definitive merger agreement with Cover-All Technologies, an insurance software company based in Morristown, New Jersey.

  • Sensex, Nifty Can Correct 10-15% in Short Term: Madhav Dhar

    Sensex, Nifty Can Correct 10-15% in Short Term: Madhav Dhar

    From a longer-term perspective Mr Dhar is still bullish on Indian markets. He believes that India will continue to attract money if the reform process keeps proceeding steadily and investment opportunities open up and the ease of doing business continues to happen.

  • High Rates Not a Speed-Breaker for Market Rally: CLSA

    High Rates Not a Speed-Breaker for Market Rally: CLSA

    Aashish Agarwal, head of India research, said many investors are not just fixated on rate cuts and their key concerns are reforms and clearances for stalled projects.

  • Basant Maheshwari Spills the Secret Behind His Multi-Baggers

    Basant Maheshwari Spills the Secret Behind His Multi-Baggers

    Kolkata-based Basant Maheshwari has made a name for himself as a value investor and has the credit of spotting several multi-bagger stocks. Mr Maheshwari took to full-time investing in 2001 after his family business failed to take off.

  • Banking, Auto Stocks to Lead Market Rally: Edelweiss

    Banking, Auto Stocks to Lead Market Rally: Edelweiss

    Edelweiss believes that due to falling crude oil prices and last year's base effect, inflation will come down sharply in the near future, leading to higher real income in the hands of consumer and ultimately higher auto sales.

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