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You cannot go wrong with consumer names in India: Sudip Bandyopadhyay, Inditrade Capital

“We have been bullish on some of the private sector smaller banks like Federal Bank, South Indian Bank.”

Be overweight on fixed income and gradually get into equity: Gurmeet Chadha, Complete Circle Consultants

Good earnings growth seen in corporate banks, some of the FMCG and discretionaries, says Chadha.

We still don't have best times for earnings in Q4: Deepak Jasani, HDFC Securities

"FMCG does not give you visibility of high double digit growth over a year."

Injectable units under cloud as India lacks experts in aseptic practices: Amit Rajan, Prosfora Tech

Indian pharma cos putting up ANDAs and APIs in one plant to avoid paying GDUFA fee, says Rajan.

Innovation & renovation are key cornerstones of  Nestle’s future growth: Suresh Narayanan

In many categories, penetration levels are relatively low and we will focus on that, says the CMD.

Money coming out of equity markets due to political uncertainties: Pashupati Advani

As the rupee gets weaker, it is obviously good for IT and pharma companies, says Advani.

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Private retail banks will be compounders for next 3 years: Suresh Ganapathy, Macquarie Research

Top private banks will have 20% earnings growth for next three years, says the Macquarie HoR, Financials

From India, EM funds are reallocating to China, Brazil & Turkey:  Adrian Mowat

Dedicated EM funds were quite overweight on India moving into 2019. It was the correct strategy in 2018 and it is proving not to be the correct strategy this year, Adrian Mowat, EM - Equity Strategist, tells ET Now.

Devil in detail? FIIs missing micro dynamics, staying away from India: Adrian Mowat

We are seeing different trends in earnings even within the same sectors, says Mowat.

Structurally, markets are going wrong and have to get corrected: Deven Choksey

Sitting on 15-20% cash, looking to buy good quality equity at a lower price, says Choksey

Play safe but keep an eye on good stocks that have corrected badly: Dilip Bhat, Prabhudas Lilladher

Play safe but keep an eye on good stocks that have corrected badly: Dilip Bhat, Prabhudas Lilladher

Sooner or later, we have to fall in line with the international markets and more so the US markets, says Bhat.

Consumption may see profit taking, given high valuations: Vinit Bolinjkar

Consumption may see profit taking, given high valuations: Vinit Bolinjkar

"One of the sectors we actually like is the CGD business which has got very strong revenue visibility. "

Anshul Saigal on three themes to invest in now

Anshul Saigal on three themes to invest in now

One has to be very picky and choosy in terms of valuation, says CIO of Kotak PMS

REC acquisition not to have negative impact on PFC financials: Rajeev Sharma

REC acquisition not to have negative impact on PFC financials: Rajeev Sharma

Acquisition to be funded through repayments of existing loans and debt from the market, says Sharma.

Varun Beverages to raise Rs 1,850 cr via QIP, internal accruals for Pepsi franchise in south & west India: Ravi Kant Jaipuria

Varun Beverages to raise Rs 1,850 cr via QIP, internal accruals for Pepsi franchise in south & west India: Ravi Kant Jaipuria

In the next couple of years, we hope to gain momentum and increase our top line, says Jaipuria.

Pledged shares: Sometimes enterprise gets killed as a collateral damage, says Abizer Diwanji

Pledged shares: Sometimes enterprise gets killed as a collateral damage, says Abizer Diwanji

Market sometimes gets so hollow that any shares put out by a pledger to sell, nosedives, says Diwanji.

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