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These 30 stocks made most of the bull run, rallied 30-99% in a month

With D-Street riding a crest, stocks across sectors posted handsome gains. In the BSE 500 index, which gained 9 percent in 1 month, 30 stocks rallied in the range of 30 percent to 99 percent, which also include stocks that singed in September and October due to factors such as corporate governance issues, liquidity crisis and mixed earnings. Suzlon Energy, ... Read More »

Extent of fall in stock prices shows a rebound could be in the offing

MUMBAI: The stock market selloff may be overdone if the extent of shares that have fallen below a key technical indicator is anything to go by. In the past, the market has rebounded whenever 400 stocks or 80 per cent of the BSE-500 index fell below the 200-day moving average (DMA) — a trend indicator. After the drop in the ... Read More »

Kotak removes Vedanta from largecap portfolio; 15 stocks that are part of its midcap portfolio

Kotak Institutional Equities has made a few changes to their recommended large-cap model portfolio. They have removed Vedanta, and reduced weight in Infosys by 100 bps, bringing down the weight to an ‘internal’ cap of 10 percent. Apart from Infosys, reduction of weight was seen in M&M (30 bps) and RIL (70 bps) and allocated the same weightage to Bajaj Finance(200 bps), ICICI Bank (50 bps) and Maruti Suzuki India (100 bps). On ... Read More »

5 stocks find favour after years of wealth erosion. Worth a watch?

Don’t judge the book by its cover. This saying might just well apply to these five smallcap stocks that were beaten black and blue in the last five years. Lady Luck is now smiling as the scrips in question are on the way up after a massive wealth erosion. The list includes stocks such as Easun Reyrolle, Adhunik Metaliks, Flexituff ... Read More »

Government To Infuse 10,086 Crore Rupees Into Bank Of India

The Central government has decided to infuse Rs. 10,086 crore into Bank of India. The bank informed the BSE in a regulatory filing on Saturday that the capital infusion in its equity will be done by way of preferential allotment. According to the filing, the bank’s board will consider “by way of circular resolution on or after January 2, 2019 ... Read More »

Tesla shares crossed a key milestone, potentially saving the company a lot of money

David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Elon Musk, chairman and chief executive officer of Tesla Motors, speaks during an event at the company’s headquarters in Palo Alto, California. Tesla’s shares hit a key milestone on Thursday that considerably eases pressure on the company. Shares closed around $363 on Thursday, higher than the conversion price of $359.88 per share ... Read More »

US is well on its way to Trump’s goal of ‘energy dominance,’ says Marathon Petroleum CEO

President Donald Trump’s goal of making the United States a global superpower in energy is starting to come true, Marathon Petroleum Corp. Chairman and CEO Gary Heminger told CNBC on Tuesday. “When I look at the president’s theme to begin with and the beginning of his administration, he wanted to have energy dominance in the U.S. and I believe that ... Read More »

Dow ends volatile November with more than 150-point rally on hopes of a US- China trade deal at G-20

Stocks closed a volatile month with strong gains on Friday on renewed bets the U.S. and China could strike a deal on trade. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 199.62 points to close at 25,538.46. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite both gained 0.8 percent to close at 2,760.17 and 7,330.54, respectively. Stocks wobbled for most of the session until ... Read More »

Bank of India posts ₹1,156 crore loss in Q2 on surging NPAs

Bank of India (BoI) on Monday reported losses of ₹1,156.25 crore for the September quarter as bad loans continued to mount and provisions soared. The bank was expecting to recover ₹1,800 crore from the NCLT (National Company Law Tribunal) accounts this quarter, but the resolution process was delayed. The bank had reported profit of ₹179.07 crore in the year-ago period. ... Read More »

Striking workers a consequence of failed business models

Two different strikes, separated by economic doctrines but bound together by common grievances, point to the vulnerabilities of the new class of workers in India. The first of these, by the drivers of Ola and Uber cabs demanding the fixing of a base fare for trips along with an increase in the per kilometre fare, started simultaneously in Delhi and ... Read More »