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  • New 10-Year Bond at 8.4%, But Rates Unlikely to Fall: Axis Bank

    New 10-Year Bond at 8.4%, But Rates Unlikely to Fall: Axis Bank

    If interest rate in the US rises, then the Reserve Bank will find it difficult to cut rates because the rate differential between the two countries will reduce, which may result in some money flowing out of India's bond and equity markets.

  • Why IDFC Securities is Still Bullish on TCS

    Why IDFC Securities is Still Bullish on TCS

    Hitesh Shah of IDFC Securities says despite its size TCS, remains the fastest growing IT services company in the offshore space and to that extent the premium valuation of TCS is justified.

  • Rupee Should Depreciate to 70 a Dollar: AV Rajwade

    Rupee Should Depreciate to 70 a Dollar: AV Rajwade

    The Indian rupee touched an all-time low of 68.85 in August last year and since then it has recovered to 60 levels. But forex expert AV Rajwade is of the view that rupee should depreciate to 70 per dollar to spur export-driven growth in India.

  • India in Phase Two of Bull Market: Ramesh Damani

    India in Phase Two of Bull Market: Ramesh Damani

    Phase two is the best time to step in and buy some good quality business, said Mr Damani. He is specifically bullish on logistics and media space.

  • Nifty Unlikely to Rise Above 7,700 in Short Term: Rajat Bose

    Nifty Unlikely to Rise Above 7,700 in Short Term: Rajat Bose

    According to Mr Bose, the Nifty is likely to see selling pressure in the range between 7,689 and 7,710. The 7,600 strike put option of Nifty has added 1.2 million shares in open interest and the 7,700 strike call in Nifty has seen 1.04 million open interest getting added, which suggests that traders are not expecting Nifty to go above 7,700 and fall below 7,600, he added.

  • Dalal Street Set for the 'Fourth Wave': Ambit

    Dalal Street Set for the 'Fourth Wave': Ambit

    Investment bank Ambit Capital believes that India is at the beginning of a "fourth wave" of economic growth and investors in the initial years could gain handsomely.

  • Investors Should Look Beyond Budget: Reliance MF

    Investors Should Look Beyond Budget: Reliance MF

    Sunil Singhania, CIO of equity investments at Reliance Mutual Fund, expects more specific measures to be announced going forward from the Modi government.

  • Jaitley Should Signal an End To 'Tax Terrorism': Ajit Ranade

    Jaitley Should Signal an End To 'Tax Terrorism': Ajit Ranade

    Retrospective tax demands slapped on multi-national giants like Vodafone, Nokia, Shell, etc. have deterred investors from looking at India as a favourable destination.

  • Why Arun Jaitley Must Revive Manufacturing Growth

    Why Arun Jaitley Must Revive Manufacturing Growth

    Manufacturing contributed 15 per cent to India's GDP in 2011-12, but declined to 13 per cent by 2013-14. The sharp slowdown in the sector led former Finance Minister P Chidambaram to describe manufacturing as the "Achilles' Heel of the Indian economy".

  • Innovative Financing Solutions Needed in Budget: Ajay Bagga

    Innovative Financing Solutions Needed in Budget: Ajay Bagga

    Market veteran Ajay Bagga says Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has to look for "innovative" solutions in the budget to raise resources given the "very poor" state of the government finances and the limited room to cut subsidies.

  • Budget Not Right Platform For Bold Reforms: BofA-Merrill Lynch

    Budget Not Right Platform For Bold Reforms: BofA-Merrill Lynch

    Mr Jaitley speaking at an event in Delhi a few days ago had said that "there is hope that bold decisions will be taken now."

  • Budget 2014: How Arun Jaitley Can Cut Subsidies by Rs 60,000 Crore

    Budget 2014: How Arun Jaitley Can Cut Subsidies by Rs 60,000 Crore

    Most analysts say Mr Jaitley should bring down subsidies, which accounted for 2.2 per cent of GDP in 2013-14, to achieve fiscal consolidation. However, there is little scope for the government to reduce the food subsidy given the fact that it has to adhere to the Food Security Act.

  • Budget 2014: No Room For Sops, Tax Cuts, Says Kotak

    Budget 2014: No Room For Sops, Tax Cuts, Says Kotak

    The government last week, in a relief to car buyers, extended the excise duty cuts that were implemented by the earlier government in February till December 31, 2014. The excise duty cut was set to expire on June 30.

  • Like Wipro, Tech Mahindra, NIIT Tech in IT Space: Prabhudas Lilladher

    Like Wipro, Tech Mahindra, NIIT Tech in IT Space: Prabhudas Lilladher

    Prabhudas Lilladher believes KPTI's margins will improve in SAP segment as the company starts getting projects at better pricing and with annuity revenue in SAP.

  • 'India Needs Half a Dozen Coal Indias'

    'India Needs Half a Dozen Coal Indias'

    Partha Bhattacharya, former chairman of Coal India, says the government should open up the coal sector to attract players for bringing in specialised mining skills.

  • Major Market Rally Unlikely Post-Budget: Rajat Bose

    Major Market Rally Unlikely Post-Budget: Rajat Bose

    Nifty faces an uphill task of rising 100-120 points above its all-time highs of 7,700 without major Budget announcements, says Mr Bose. However, if it is a big-bang budget like the one of 1997, the markets could see a big rally, he added.

  • Post Budget, Markets May Fall 8-10%: IL&FS

    Post Budget, Markets May Fall 8-10%: IL&FS

    On Tuesday, the Nifty was trading close to 7,600 levels.

  • Budget 2014: Do Not Expect Big Spending, Says Religare

    Budget 2014: Do Not Expect Big Spending, Says Religare

    The Indian economy is exposed to "shocks" on account of high fiscal deficit and the country's credit outlook will depend on government's initiatives in the next month's budget to contain expenditure and reduce exposure to global commodity prices, rating agency Moody's said on Thursday.

  • Budget 2014: M&M Says Price Hike, if Excise Duty Cut not Extended

    Budget 2014: M&M Says Price Hike, if Excise Duty Cut not Extended

    The auto industry has been grappling with prolonged slowdown. Car sales in India fell for the second consecutive fiscal in 2013-14 with a drop of 4.65 per cent at 17,86,899 units as compared to 18,74,055 units in the previous fiscal.

  • Rally in Junk Stocks Could Be Over: Ambit Capital

    Rally in Junk Stocks Could Be Over: Ambit Capital

    After hitting the new peak of 25,735 in the past week, the progress of Sensex has stalled amid concerns over Iraq crisis and a spike in inflation levels and weak monsoon. But for Saurabh Mukherjea, CEO of Institutional Equities at Ambit Capital, these are just short-term jitters for Sensex which, he says, is poised to touch 30,000 levels by year-end.

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