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May 23, 2019, 08.25 AM IST
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Problem with NBFCs is of liquidity, not solvency: Vishal Kampani, JM Financial

A stable macro environment will boost prospects of NBFC sector, ensure medium- to- long-term growth.

IL&FS is a one-off case. Beyond that, other indicators are intact: Romesh Sobti, IndusInd Bank

"Risky assets from a media company, housing finance company or a conglomerate are 1.9% of our exposure."

Why IIFL’s Sanjiv Bhasin is putting his money in the four Cs

The biggest change would be a new FM who can reinitiate a lot of the changes: Bhasin.

Election results factored in, markets may see a general pause: Mahantesh Sabarad, SBICAP Securities

Banks a far safer bet for any investor in the financial services sector, says Sabarad.

Expect a faster resolution of NBFC crisis once next government is formed: Dhirendra Kumar

SIPs investors, do not try to time it, . Big moves are always unexpected, says Value Research CEO.

Not only revenue and profitability, Tech M spent more than 2% on CSR: CP Gurnani

This was the third quarter of very good growth in telecom for Tech Mahindra , backed by deal wins.

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BULL'S EYE

3 things new government has to focus on in first 3 months: Sajjid Chinoy, JPMorgan

There’s need to jumpstart private capital formation as we cannot fly on one engine, says Chinoy.

Election result comes at a time when global money can reallocate towards India: Jonathan Garner, Morgan Stanley

Indian economy is primed for a cyclical upturn post election, says Morgan Stanley MD.

Modi factored in, market to gradually go up as fundamentals improve: Chakri Lokapriya

“It really doesn’t matter whether the exit poll numbers exceed or come below tomorrow.”

Corporate banks, cement, capital goods, infra to do well if Modi returns: Siddhartha Khemka

Once the election results are out, market will focus on fundamentals, says Khemka.

If DHFL is putting deposits on hold with a clean conscience, it is not a bad thing: Sandeep Parekh

If DHFL is putting deposits on hold with a clean conscience, it is not a bad thing: Sandeep Parekh

DHFL trying to manage the ultra short-term side of liquidity, says Parekh.

Government intervention needed to prevent NBFC crisis turning systemic: Sunil Subramanian

Government intervention needed to prevent NBFC crisis turning systemic: Sunil Subramanian

“It is an extremely short-term crisis situation and DHFL needs to be able to tide it over.”

Buy or Sell: Stock ideas by experts for May 22, 2019

Buy or Sell: Stock ideas by experts for May 22, 2019

ET Now spoke to various experts and here's what they have to recommend for today's trading session.

We are not just focused on large corporates: Surendra Rosha, HSBC

We are not just focused on large corporates: Surendra Rosha, HSBC

HSBC to leverage its global network to connect with large NRI diaspora while focussing on SMEs in India.

Midcaps may start outperforming larger caps in 2019: Dipan Mehta

Midcaps may start outperforming larger caps in 2019: Dipan Mehta

By and large most NBFCs have been able to manage the crisis pretty well, says Mehta.

Financial sector expected to drive earnings growth 18-20%: Sanjay Dongre, UTI AMC

Financial sector expected to drive earnings growth 18-20%: Sanjay Dongre, UTI AMC

It is very important that earnings get delivered to sustain valuations, says Dongre.

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