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  • Good time to invest in stocks despite rally: Sundaram MF

    Good time to invest in stocks despite rally: Sundaram MF

    Despite the run-up in Indian stock markets, Sunil Subramaniam, deputy CEO of Sundaram Mutual Fund, says it is a good time to invest in stock market with a two to three year outlook, especially if you look at sectors like cyclicals and exports.

  • Nifty may go up to 9000: Gautam Shah of JM Financial

    Nifty may go up to 9000: Gautam Shah of JM Financial

    Mr Shah says in the medium term 6300-6400 would be a good support and for the short-term 6550 and 6640. If markets correct in the immediate short term on the back of sell-off in the global markets, then that should be used as a buying opportunity, he added.

  • Indian markets have never called elections correctly: Ambit Capital

    Indian markets have never called elections correctly: Ambit Capital

    According to an analysis by Ambit capital, Indian markets have delivered 80 per cent return two years after the elections. So, whatever results come out on May 16, markets are likely to perform in the next two years.

  • Confident about solving Ranbaxy's issues: Sun Pharma chairman

    Confident about solving Ranbaxy's issues: Sun Pharma chairman

    We are confident that we will be able to get over the problems of Ranbaxy. These problems are temporary and none of the problems are going to stay forever. I think we have done it in the past, and I believe we know how to do it, this is how we feel. Otherwise we would not have taken this chance.

  • Retail investors to fuel next phase of market rally: Axis Capital

    Retail investors to fuel next phase of market rally: Axis Capital

    The sharp rally in stocks has led to some caution and profit taking. However, Nilesh Shah, MD & CEO of Axis Capital says that markets are not overvalued.

  • India in bull market, cyclicals to outperform: Dron Capital

    India in bull market, cyclicals to outperform: Dron Capital

    India and Indonesia are to witness a regime change, so a major portion of the emerging market asset pool is chasing these two countries, he said, adding that India and Indonesia have a better outlook among emerging markets.

  • Daiichi the only loser in Sun Pharma, Ranbaxy deal: Adige

    Daiichi the only loser in Sun Pharma, Ranbaxy deal: Adige

    Ramesh Adige, former executive director of Ranbaxy told NDTV's Prashant Nair that Sun Pharma's acquisition of Ranbaxy for $3.2 billion is a win-win situation for all stakeholders, except Daiichi, which is the controlling shareholder in Ranbaxy.

  • IDFC Bank may be new entity's name: Rajiv Lall

    IDFC Bank may be new entity's name: Rajiv Lall

    Speaking to NDTV Profit, Rajiv Lall, executive chairman of IDFC, informed that the new bank could be named IDFC Bank and it has the opportunity to recreate the banking paradigm in a differentiated way.

  • Private banks better than PSU lenders: UBS Securities

    Private banks better than PSU lenders: UBS Securities

    Mr Chhaochharia says markets have gone up largely backed by earnings growth and there is still room to expand in terms valuation. Form near term perspective market expectation is on election outcome. Various opinion polls have given confidence that election results are going to be positive, he added.

  • Credit Suisse bets on IT, pharma; says markets rallying for wrong reasons

    Credit Suisse bets on IT, pharma; says markets rallying for wrong reasons

    A new government cannot revive the investment cycle quickly. It takes 6-8 years to revive the investment cycle for a new government, says Neelkanth Mishra of Credit Suisse.

  • Sensex may hit 25,000 on stable government: Macquarie

    Sensex may hit 25,000 on stable government: Macquarie

    Indian markets are trading at 14.5 time 2015 earnings, which is the 17 year average. A stable government post elections will lead to a re-rating, and valuations may climb to 17-18 times earnings. So, there's a lot of room for the market to go up. Another 15-16 per cent could be pretty easy in next few months.

  • Rupee may touch 59/dollar before elections: Bank of America

    Rupee may touch 59/dollar before elections: Bank of America

    Indian stocks markets have rallied ahead of elections due by May. Foreign funds have been investing in Indian equities and bonds on hopes that a stable government post elections will lead to a turnaround in India's economic fortunes.

  • Sensex may rise 1,000 points before elections: BlackRidge Capital

    Sensex may rise 1,000 points before elections: BlackRidge Capital

    Markets have been trending up ahead of elections on hopes that decisive leadership posts polls will lead to big bang reform announcements, which will help uplift the investment cycle. There's a sentiment recovery as far as cyclicals are concerned.

  • BJP not very different from Congress: Rajiv Bajaj

    BJP not very different from Congress: Rajiv Bajaj

    In a candid chat, Rajiv Bajaj, Managing Director at Bajaj Auto, put out his thoughts on political parties in auto terms. He called the Congress to be similar to Bajaj Chetak, with glory days behind. He likened the BJP to Hero's Splendor model - slightly different than Chetak, but the same animal - and the AAP to Bajaj's Pulsar - not for everyone but loved by some.

  • We seem to have lost trust with investors: Maruti

    We seem to have lost trust with investors: Maruti

    Maruti Suzuki India chairman RC Bhargava told NDTV that the Gujarat plant will create a win-win situation for shareholders and the company, but accepted that there is much more distrust and disbelief among investors and shareholders over the automaker's Gujarat plans.

  • Kotal Equities' Sanjeev Prasad outlines trading strategy for elections 2014

    Kotal Equities' Sanjeev Prasad outlines trading strategy for elections 2014

    Kotak is positive on private banks and some energy names. Private sector banks could gain much market share from public sector counterparts, the brokerage says.

  • Expect bull run in 2014, cyclicals may outperform: DSP Blackrock

    Expect bull run in 2014, cyclicals may outperform: DSP Blackrock

    Indian stock markets are likely to witness a new bull run towards the end of the current calendar year 2014, S Nagnath, president and CIO of DSP Blackrock said.

  • Technology, energy, private banks to drive markets in 2014: Nomura

    Technology, energy, private banks to drive markets in 2014: Nomura

    Prabhat Awasthi, head (equity research) and managing director of Nomura expects markets to rise 15-16 per cent from current levels over the next 12 months.

  • Revenue slowdown due to drop in India business: Chandrasekaran

    Revenue slowdown due to drop in India business: Chandrasekaran

    CEO and managing director N Chandrasekaran blamed a decline in the company's India business for the miss in revenue growth forecast. He sounded confident about TCS' prospect in the next fiscal.

  • BJP, Congress unlikely to form government in 2014: Kotak's Sanjeev Prasad

    BJP, Congress unlikely to form government in 2014: Kotak's Sanjeev Prasad

    Sanjeev Prasad, executive director & co-head of Kotak Institutional Equities told NDTV that it is unlikely that the BJP or the Congress will emerge victorious in the elections and markets might have to contend with a weak coalition instead.

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