Going forward, corporate-oriented banks should report better ROAs & ROEs: Sanjay Dongre
Retail-focussed banks are able to showcase very robust underwriting standards.
We are long-term, patient capital; in no hurry to exit Zomato: Sanjeev Bikhchandani
Zomato is stable, sound and solid. We are happy to hold o...
SEZ eligibility may now depend on new jobs, R&D and not forex
The commerce department has proposed to replace the positive net foreign exchan...
Water sector could get lion’s share of infra allocation in Budget: Vinayak Chatterjee
Integrated water works would include irrigation, laying of pipelines, raising of water for ultimate retail distribution etc. That sector will probably see a very high spike in allocation compared to previous years. The water sector will have a significant multiplier effect as like roads, it involves a huge degree of labour deployment. It will have very strong job multiplier effect.
This year market to focus on earnings, not balance sheets: Aditya Narain
The market is hoping for a very strong cyclical recovery but it may be more subdued than expected.
Meet the Bengali refugees who now dominate businesses, farms in Chhattisgarh's tribal belt
They control three commercial hubs in and around Pakhanjore, a town in the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh.
IITs now turn more to alumni for funding
With insufficient govt funding, institutes are setting up alumni development offices, forming alumni boards to reach out. From setting up alumni development offices in India and abroad and forming teams and alumni boards with outside professionals to advising on fundraising to launching pro-active alumni outreach activities, IITs are going all out to attract their wellplaced former students to give back to their alma mater.
Why Deven Choksey continues to bet on ICICI Bank, SBI and Bajaj Finance
In the NBFC space, we have always liked housing finance companies (HFCs) and some of the companies have been performing better. They have been continuing to grow at around 20% in an environment where GDP growth is below 5%. If your growth rate is 20% plus and the credit book is growing, it is a good proposition to buy into.
Brokerages cut Kotak Mahindra Bank’s target price post Q3 results
The bank made provisions and contingencies of Rs 444 crore for the quarter compared with Rs 407.93 crore in the September quarter.
Banking sector set for more pain, deratings likely: Hemang Jani, Sharekhan
In terms of the NPL cycle and loan growth, there is a huge disconnect between what is being reported by banks and what is generally being expected and that continues to be a major worry. Also, there is over-ownership across private banks as the weightage is still very high and most of the investors are hiding in very few banks.
Are you ‘sober curious’? You can now 'dabble' in alcohol by trying these delicious non-alcoholic cocktails
“Dry January” has gone from punchline to mantra for bars nationwide.
1,000% return in 10 years! This stock now stares at an uncertain future
There is no good news for the stock, which delivered a solid 58% return in the last one year.
Hallmarking of gold jewellery mandatory now. Here's what you need to know
The way you buy gold changed from January 15 as hallmarking has now become mandatory. There are four components that you should look for on the hallmarked gold jewellery to ensure the purity of gold. Here is a look at each of them in detail.
FASTag mandatory now. Here are banks' customer care numbers for help
FASTags are currently issued by 23 certified banks through various channels such as Point-of-Sale (POS) at National Highway toll plazas and select bank branches. They are also available on e-commerce platforms such as Amazon and on Paytm.
Unitech takeover by govt unlikely to set any precedent: Sandeep Parekh
Unitech is only one of the hundreds of developers which are stressed today and so I do not think it is possible for any government to rescue the top 100 developers in the country. There is no practical possibility of the government taking over the top 3-4 companies and bailing them out. So it is unlikely to set any precedent.
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