AMBUJA CEMENTS Q2
Buy Ambuja Cements, target Rs 224: Arun Kumar
Buy Ambuja Cements Ltd. at a price target of Rs 224.0 and a stoploss at Rs 204 from entry point.
RBI caught between the devil & the deep sea: Can it still gratify markets?
Foreign investors simply cannot ignore the high real rates that In...
'BUY' or 'SELL' ideas from experts for Tuesday, 3 December, 2019
Asian Paints is a 'Buy' call with a target price of Rs 1805 and a stop loss ...
Tech View: Nifty forms Bearish Belt Hold pattern; showing fatigue
The trend may become bullish, once it crosses above the 12,150 level.
ET Explains: What went wrong with the Q2 GDP growth
A granular look reveals the disarray: All lead indicators point to a dismal manufacturing growth.
20 firms turned around in Q2! Are they compelling ‘buy’ ideas now?
Seventeen of these 20 stocks posted up to 51 per cent YoY rise in net sales for the quarter.
Corporate revenues contract 0.9 per cent in Q2: Report
An analysis of the second quarter financial results of 609 companies in the Indian corporate sector (excluding financial sector entities) by Icra showed a year-on-year (y-o-y) and sequential contraction in revenues for the first time in almost four years. Aggregate revenues contracted by 0.9% on a y-o-y basis.
HDFC Bank, the most valuable Indian lender, sees signs of revival in rural areas
For HDFC Bank, the weaker economy had led to a slump in loan growth, which eased to 15% in the Sep quarter.
View: India’s economy needs PM Modi to reinvent himself — again
Modi has already reinvented himself once, from a business-friendly CM to a welfarist PM.
View: Strong fiscal stimulus must accompany monetary easing to revive growth
Monetary policy is far more effective in dealing with rising inflation than with a growth slowdown.
Q2 GDP numbers: Economy dipped but no signs of recession, says Economist Charan Singh
Economist and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Economic Growth Welfare (EGROW) Charan Singh on November 30 shared his views on dip in co...
Dip in Q2 GDP numbers was expected: Ex-finance Secy Subhash Chandra Garg
Former Finance Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg on November 29 shared his views on GDP growth rate slump to 4.5 percent. He said that the fall...
India's GDP growth slips further to 4.5% in Q2FY20: Is the recovery in sight?
India's second quarter GDP growth slowed sharply to 4.5 per cent, the weakest pace in more than six years, as manufacturing output hit a slu...
After Market: RIL just shy of Rs 10 lakh cr m-cap; Ujjivan rallies, 64 stocks flash ‘buy’ signals
Nifty Bank hit a record high of 31,916, while Nifty Auto was among the biggest sectoral gainer.
India's economic growth falls to 4.5% in July-September from 7% year ago
India's gross domestic product (GDP) growth for the three months ending September 2019 (Q2FY20) fell to 4.5%, down from 5.0% in the previous...
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