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One can still make a lot of money by being stock specific: N Jayakumar, Prime Securities

In a market like this, you will always find your cash short, says MD of Prime Securities.

Don't expect midcaps to deliver meaningful alpha in next three years: Nitin Jain, Edelweiss Global Wealth

“Alternative investment funds could be as big as equities in the next five years.”

Three factors that can drive market next week: Sudip Bandyopadhyay, Inditrade Capital

“Liquidity crunch allowed to continue unabated may lead to solvency issues & that will be disastrous.”

Kunal Bothra’s top 3 bets for trading on Monday

Next week, some stability should be return to indices and the support of 10,200 should hold

Sanjeev Zarbade of Kotak Securities prefers ITC over HUL, here’s why

“We are monitoring how NBFC sector copes with liquidity crunch in the system.”

Credit situation could improve before 2 quarters: Vinay Sah, LIC Housing

“RBI steps to ease liquidity could see better participation by banks in NCDs.”


Do not write off NBFCs, this is an episodal correction: Neelkanth Mishra, Credit Suisse

“Expect more than value correction in consumption stocks in next 12 months.”

Balance of payment deficit is a big overhang for Indian economy: Neelkanth Mishra of Credit Suisse

Growth concerns in markets are valid currently. Balance of payment deficit is a big overhang for Indian economy. Seeing a lot of positives for growth in India amidst the challenges, says Neelkanth Mishra of Credit Suisse

If you do not have liquidity, there is no sentiment: N Jayakumar, Prime Securities

If you squeeze liquidity in a fast growing space like NBFC, you may create an IL&FS kind of situation, N Jayakumar, MD, Prime Securities, tells ET Now.

As credit gets crunched, consumption to be under severe pressure in H2: N Jayakumar, Prime Securities

“We may find 10,200 difficult to break but one could find a panic bottom in 9,800-9,900 range.”

There is no dearth of money, only the cost has gone up: Keki Mistry, HDFC

“Smaller HFCs get more affected by any tightness in the market.”

Govt’s liquidity measure a big relief for NBFCs: Lakshmi Iyer, Kotak MF

“For sovereign bonds, it is going to be life as usual, tracking crude prices and INR.”

Largecap or midcap, avoid cos with high debt level: Chakri Lokapriya, TCG AMC

“Even after correction, multiples are still not cheap enough to buy at the current level.”

Prescribe asset-liability ratio norms for NBFCs: Jaspal Bindra, Centrum

"IL&FS default revealed a larger problem of asset-liability mismatch, prevalent across many NBFCs & HFCs."

Nifty may not test previous bottom at 10,200: Sanjiv Bhasin, IIFL Securities

“In the age of Netflix, margins are going to be very difficult to protect for likes of PVR.”

Bond market is limping back to normal: Lakshmi Iyer, Kotak Mutual Fund

“Cherry picking in both debt and equirt categories make a lot of sense now.”

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