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'Bjp Election Win' - 23 News Result(s)

  • Rupee Set For Best March Quarter Since 1975 As Foreigners Pour $12 Billion

    Rupee Set For Best March Quarter Since 1975 As Foreigners Pour $12 Billion

    The rupee climbed 0.2 percent to 64.8175 per dollar in Mumbai Friday, taking its gain this month to 2.9 percent. The three-month advance is the biggest for any quarter since the period ended September 2012.

  • Uttar Pradesh Farm Loan Waiver: Rs 27,420 Crore Hit Seen On Banks, Says SBI Research

    Uttar Pradesh Farm Loan Waiver: Rs 27,420 Crore Hit Seen On Banks, Says SBI Research

    The Bharatiya Janata Party had in its UP election manifesto promised to waive farmers' loans if elected to power. The party and its allies won a whopping 325 seats in the 403-member house.

  • Nifty Set To Scale New Highs, May Open Above 9,200

    Nifty Set To Scale New Highs, May Open Above 9,200

    After the Federal Reserve signalled that there will not be pick-up in pace of tightening interest rates going ahead in the US also boosted sentiment in Indian equities and the rupee.

  • Nifty Soars To Record High, Rupee Strengthens To 65 Level Against Dollar

    Nifty Soars To Record High, Rupee Strengthens To 65 Level Against Dollar

    Cheering the BJP's landslide win in Uttar Pradesh, the Nifty soared to new all-time highs on Tuesday. The Sensex rose as much as 600 points to 29,561.93.

  • Rupee Non-Deliverable Forwards Rise After PM Modi's Win In Uttar Pradesh

    Rupee Non-Deliverable Forwards Rise After PM Modi's Win In Uttar Pradesh

    PM Modi's victory in Uttar Pradesh strengthens his claim to a second term in national elections in 2019.

  • Market Correction on BJP's Bihar Loss to be Short-Lived: Brokerages

    Market Correction on BJP's Bihar Loss to be Short-Lived: Brokerages

    Neelkanth Mishra, India equity strategist of Credit Suisse, said the market impact should be short-lived and the Street had already priced in the Grand Alliance's win in the elections.

  • Narendra Modi Win Engenders Hopes for Sluggish Economy

    Narendra Modi Win Engenders Hopes for Sluggish Economy

    India's economy probably showed few signs of recovery in the March quarter, but Narendra Modi's thumping victory in the recent general election has raised hopes of an investment-led turnaround in the coming quarters.

  • Deutsche Bank Cuts Indian Stocks to 'Neutral'

    Deutsche Bank Cuts Indian Stocks to 'Neutral'

    Deutsche Bank has downgraded Indian stocks to 'neutral' from 'neutral/overweight' relative to other global emerging markets, saying valuations, after a sharp rally on Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) decisive election win, appear "very stretched" against lower GDP growth.

  • India Inc Bets Big on Modi, But Can He Deliver?

    India Inc Bets Big on Modi, But Can He Deliver?

    The landslide election win by Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) could be a game-changer, they say, but any economic transformation will take time in the emerging-market giant of 1.25 billion people where competing interests abound.

  • Decisive Election Outcome 'Credit Positive': Moody's

    Decisive Election Outcome 'Credit Positive': Moody's

    Moody's rates India "Baa3", the lowest investment-grade rating with a "stable" outlook.

  • Sensex, Nifty End at Record High on Modis Landslide Win

    Sensex, Nifty End at Record High on Modis Landslide Win

    The wider-than-expected BJP win spurred several investment banks, including UBS and Deutsche Bank, to raise their targets for domestic shares, as they noted indexes are still relatively inexpensive and thus have more room to gain.

  • NDA Win to Prop Investor Sentiment in Stocks, Rupee: Moody's

    NDA Win to Prop Investor Sentiment in Stocks, Rupee: Moody's

    Moody's Investors Service on Friday said positive investor sentiment, which got a boost in the run-up to the Lok Sabha polls, is likely to be sustained following the thumping victory of the Bhartiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA).

  • Hinduja Group Chief Hails Narendra Modi's Landslide Win

    Hinduja Group Chief Hails Narendra Modi's Landslide Win

    Hinduja Group chairman Srichand Hinduja on Friday described Narendra Modi's massive mandate as a vote for stability that will put India back on the path of high growth.

  • After Markets Rally, BJP to Face Key Investor Tests

    After Markets Rally, BJP to Face Key Investor Tests

    The BSE Sensex and the broader Nifty surged to record highs while the rupee strengthened to an 11-month peak against the dollar on Friday as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), led by Narendra Modi, swept to a resounding majority in the world's largest election.

  • Sensex Loses Steam After 1,400-Point rally on Modi's Win

    Sensex Loses Steam After 1,400-Point rally on Modi's Win

    Indian stock markets have run up sharply on expectations that Mr Modi will unblock stalled investments in power, road and rail projects to revive economic growth that has fallen to a decade low of below 5 per cent. Since Friday, when the markets first got a whiff of exit polls that predicted a majority for BJP and its allies, the Sensex is up 2,000...

  • Sensex Ends 216 Points Higher; Experts See Nifty at 15,000 on BJPs Big Win

    Sensex Ends 216 Points Higher; Experts See Nifty at 15,000 on BJPs Big Win

    Sensex ends 216 points higher at 24,121 after earlier rallying 1470 points on BJP's big win. Though the markets came off sharply from its day's high of 25,375.63, buying was seen at lower levels and it is likely to keep markets supported, says market expert Deven Choksey.

  • NDTV Exit Poll: 279 for BJP and Allies, Congress in Double Digits

    NDTV Exit Poll: 279 for BJP and Allies, Congress in Double Digits

    Uttar Pradesh will play a starring role in Narendra Modi's move to Delhi at the head of a BJP-led National Democratic Alliance government, NDTV's Exit Poll shows. The NDA is set to win 279 seats, seven more than the majority mark at 272.

  • As Market Optimism Soars, Room for Disappointment Grows

    As Market Optimism Soars, Room for Disappointment Grows

    Investors added to bets that Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi would score a decisive election win, sending markets to fresh highs on Tuesday and at the same time piling pressure on the next government to deliver swift results on the economy.

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