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FPIs pull out over $4 billion from markets in 3 weeks

This is higher than over Rs 21,000 crore net outflows seen in September 2018.

Goldman defends tech stocks, says crowding fear overdone

Tech shares have tumbled 7 per cent this month, trailing the S&P 500 by 2 percentage points.

Wall St rally needs a technology booster

We all know its might. The famed FAANG (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google) group is so powerful that it can make or break stock fortunes. Of late, its members are trying to regain their lost foothold. The danger is confidence in these market leaders looks fragile, which might derail Wall Street’s rally.

NBFC crisis, earnings among 8 factors that will move market next week

ITC, Kotak Bank, YES Bank, Maruti, Airtel and Wipro will release their Q2 numbers the week.

RBI MPC minutes highlight risk of inflation spike

RBI's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) sees a risk of rising headline inflation from high crude oil prices and a weak rupee, indicating potential rate hikes ahead even as it held rates unchanged at its last meeting. Minutes of the RBI MPC's October meeting, released on Friday, showed most committee members highlighted the upside risks to inflation while preferring to wait for greater clarity on price pressures. Five of six MPC members had voted for keeping rates on hold at 6.50 per cent, surprising most economists. The panel also shifted its policy stance to 'calibrated tightening' from 'neutral'. (Text: Reuters)

Strong loan book growth takes HDFC Bank Q2 net profit up by 21% YoY

High loan growth aided net interest income which increased 21% to Rs 11,763 crore in the quarter ended September 2018 from Rs9,752 crore in the quarter ended September 2017.

HDFC Bank Q2 net profit up 21% to Rs 5,005 crore

Private sector HDFC Bank Saturday reported a rise of 20.6 per cent in its net profit to Rs 5,005.73 crore for the second quarter ended September this fiscal. Total income for the quarter grew by 21.2 per cent to Rs 28,215.2 crore as against Rs 23,276.2 crore, the bank said in a regulatory filing. On asset front, the gross non-performing assets (NPAs) of the bank rose slightly to 1.33 per cent of the gross advances as on September 30, 2018 from 1.26 per cent on September 30, 2017. (Text: PTI)

BULL'S EYE

HDFC Bank's provisions rise 23%: Key takeaways from Q2 earnings

Total advances for the quarter at Rs 7,50,838 crore was up 24.2 per cent on year-on-year basis.

HDFC Bank's net rises 20.6% to Rs 5,006 cr in Q2, meets Street estimates; NPA stable

The lender had reported Rs 4,151 crore profit in the corresponding quarter last year.

ICICI Lombard reports 43.6% jump in Q2 net profit

Combined ratio improved to 101.1 per cent from 102.9 per cent.

Government banking on acquisitions, share buybacks

'There are liquidity constraints in the market for the past 3-4 months'

Dalal Street week ahead: Nifty to seek a base, as F&O rollovers pick up pace

The equity benchmark ended the week 168.95 points, or 1.61 per cent, down.

High noon in Brussels: Italy prepares for budget showdown

"The European process might not be central," Bank of America Merrill Lynch said in a note to clients.

The week that was in 10 stocks: Mindtree, DHFL, Jet and others

The BSE Sensex dropped 417.95 points, or 1.20 per cent.

RBI objects to payments regulator outside its control

There is no case of having a regulator for payment systems outside the RBI.

Crude oil all set to disturb India’s macro maths: How bad can it get?

RBI estimates that for every $10 a barrel rise in oil price, GDP growth reduces by around 0.15%.

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