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Buy, Sell, Hold: Here are 4 stocks on investors’ radar today

CLSA said that post Infosys’ buyback announcement, the impact on FY19 EPS is likely to be 0.9 percent, while the return on equity may increase by 550 basis points. Further, it sees a significant senior level departures over the next six months till a new CEO is found. It also sees downside risks to the guidance for FY18/19, and pegs ... Read More »

Market Week Ahead: 10 factors to keep investors busy amid July F&O expiry

The market closed flat with a positive bias in the passing week as the rally in Reliance Industries (post solid Q1 earnings, bonus issue of 1:1 and new Jio strategy) and technology stocks (after Wipro’s buyback worth Rs 11,000 crore) offset the initial fall due to ITC that cracked 13 percent on a hike in cigarette cess. Strong progress in ... Read More »

State Bank of India share sale probably to qualified investors: Chairman

Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairman of State Bank of India, with managing directors Rajnish Kumar and B. Sriram at a press conference in Mumbai on April 3, 2017. Photo; Paul Noronha Bhattacharya said that SBI would likely opt for selling the shares via QIP, a method under which a listed company can issue equity shares and some other securities to a select ... Read More »

Why stock-market investors should keep an eye on these diverging indexes

Stocks of trucking companies are a bet on the broader economy While the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite set fresh records on Monday, there is one red flag signaling the potential for a stock-market pullback in the near term, according to Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at CFRA. Since early March, the Dow Jones Transportation Average DJT, +0.73% which is ... Read More »

Investors Underestimating the Economy and the Fed

This economic expansion has long been derided as the weakest, most disappointing ever, a characterization that is both fair and highly misleading. The expansion is weak compared with prior expansions, but it is also quite solid relative to how fast the economy is capable of growing. Understanding that relationship is the key to understanding why interest rates are likely to ... Read More »

Investors are right to be concerned about the market, expert says

With the recent action in the stock and bond markets, investors are right to be a little bit concerned right now, Burns McKinney told CNBC on Friday. “Stocks are a little bit expensive across every factor, whether it’s price to sales, price to earnings … [or] market cap relative to the economy,” the chief investment officer for Allianz NFJ Investment ... Read More »

Allianz plays down talk of big deals as hands cash to investors

Allianz (ALVG.DE) played down talk of it making a major acquisition any time soon as its chief executive Oliver Baete said on Friday the German insurer could grow without deals. The Munich-based group said it would return up to 3 billion euros (£3 billion) to shareholders, but made clear this did not exclude the possibility of it being involved in ... Read More »

Dollar pulls away from 14-year peak as investors take profits

The dollar edged lower in early Asian trading on Monday as some investors took profits after its rise last week to a 14-year peak against a currency basket, though it remained underpinned by expectations of more U.S. interest hikes in the coming year. The Federal Reserve’s interest rate forecasts released on Wednesday after its widely expected rate increase showed three ... Read More »

Investors seek profit turnaround to drive stocks higher

A heavy slate of U.S. corporate earnings could set the course next week for a wavering U.S. stock market. Better-than-expected big bank earnings on Friday somewhat helped shore up Wall Street’s confidence, which has been shaken by a rocky beginning to third-quarter reporting season, marred by disappointing results from industrial and healthcare companies. But with the bulk of results still ... Read More »

Investors avoiding risk on weak global GDP outlook: Gundlach

Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive of DoubleLine Capital, said on Friday that investors are dropping risky assets from their portfolios because of falling global Gross Domestic Product expectations, fueled by China’s slowing growth, and the intensifying U.S. presidential race. “Falling global GDP expectations, fueled by China having trouble holding it together, are affecting financial markets,” Gundlach said in an email to ... Read More »