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Buy, Sell, Hold: These 7 stocks on analysts’ radar today

Bank of Baroda Brokerage – Axis Capital | Rating – Hold | Target Rs 180 Axis Capital has maintained its hold rating on Bank of Baroda with a target price of Rs 180 per share post earnings, as the research house does not see huge upside post recent run-up. “We have little room for further rerating given modest return ratios,” ... Read More »

7 Things to Ask About an Online Funding Marketplace Before Taking Out an Application Online

Getting the right funding for your small business allows everything to run smoothly. Choosing an online funding marketplace can streamline the process. Here are seven things you need to ask before you sign up. Things to Ask About Online Funding How Do You Pick Your Lenders? The process is simple. You start by supplying some basic information through a secure internet ... Read More »

The 7 Top Retail Risk Factors Your Small Business Faces

If you believe the headlines, retail is on its way to extinction. While this may be an overstatement, what are the actual risks facing retailers today? The 2017 BDO Retail RiskFactor Report ranked the biggest risks threatening retailers. Here are seven of the top items on the list and what you can do to defend against them. Top Risks from the 2017 BDO ... Read More »

A decisive move above 9,900 required; 5 stocks which can give up to 7% in a week

The market strength is always judged on corrections. The Tuesday decline failed to conjure any follow-up move on the downside. In fact, the starting point of current four-digit gann channel (i.e. 9801) proved the savior, and in Thursday’s trade, marked an intra-day high of 9,923. Despite Nifty’s whipsaw moves in this week’s trade, BankNifty is gradually moving higher. In fact, ... Read More »

RBI Governor Cited ‘High Uncertainty’ On Inflation For June 7 Policy Review

  Mumbai: Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel cited “high uncertainty” on inflation while holding the key interest rate for a fourth successive policy review, according to minutes of the June 7 meeting of Monetary Policy Committee released on Wednesday. It was the first time that a Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) member had voted against the majority decision. At ... Read More »

7 Stocks to Buy on the Verge of Double-Digit Breakouts

The stock market has spent much of the early summer months “melting higher” as investors have been hesitant to push their cash into a market that refuses to budge from all-time highs. Of course, we know there are always quality stocks to buy out there, regardless of what the market is doing. Source: Shutterstock Breakout stocks, comeback stocks, you name ... Read More »

Government’s Lloyds share sale takes stake to below 7%

The British government has cut its stake in Lloyds Banking Group to below 7%, raising the amount recovered to more than £17.5bn of the £20.3bn of taxpayers’ money used to bail out the bank during the financial crisis. The sale of a further 1% of Lloyds shares on Tuesday reduced the government’s stake to 6.93%, from a peak of 43%. ... Read More »

Samsung Vietnam says no cuts in jobs this year despite Note 7 woes

Samsung Vietnam will maintain its current staff numbers, the firm said on Wednesday, despite the parent company scrapping its flagship Galaxy Note 7 phone following a series of battery fires. Samsung Electronics, which employs around 110,000 people in Vietnam, finally pulled the plug on the new Note 7 phone on Tuesday, less than two months after its launch, dealing a ... Read More »

Samsung delays restarting sales of its Galaxy Note 7 in S Korea

Samsung has said it will delay restarting the sale of its Galaxy Note 7 phone in South Korea, as the firm needs more time for the global recall of the device. The South Korean tech giant was forced to recall some 2.5 million devicesglobally due to overheating batteries. Dozens of devices were reported to have caught fire. The phone was ... Read More »

US regulators order recall of 1m Samsung Note 7 phones

US safety regulators have announced a formal recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 after reports of fires caused by faulty batteries. The South Korean tech giant had already launched a voluntary recall after user complaints about ‘exploding’ phones. According to Samsung, the problem affects 2.5 million devices globally, including 1 million in the US. The recall comes at a ... Read More »