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Analysis - End of Beginning: Premium valuations biggest risk to market rally

Analysis - End of Beginning: Premium valuations biggest risk to market rally

Mumbai: Premium valuations along with expectations of year-end liquidity tapering measures as well as external shocks are the biggest hurdles to the ongoing stock market rally.Besides, the 135 per cent rise seen in the 30-scrip S&P BSE Sensex from the lows of 2020 lockdown to its latest peak of ...

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Analysis - Sensex gained 2.4x from 2020 lows to 60K-mark, further rise expected

Analysis - Sensex gained 2.4x from 2020 lows to 60K-mark, further rise expected

Mumbai: India's 30-scrip S&P BSE Sensex gained a whopping 2.4 times or 135 per cent from the lows of 2020 lockdown to its latest peak of more than 60,300 points, and the rise seems to have just started, cited experts.The 30-scrip sensitive index touched an intra-day low of 25,638.9 points on Mar...

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Bull Run: Sensex scales 60K peak; realty, IT stocks rally

Bull Run: Sensex scales 60K peak; realty, IT stocks rally

Mumbai: India's stock market bull run propelled the benchmark equity index S&P BSE Sensex above the 60,000-mark milestone on Friday with the last 5,000 points coming in just 42 days.Overall, it took took Sensex 246 days to accumulate the last 10,000 points.The 30-scrip sensitive index crossed th...

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Vodafone Idea would opt for equity conversion during moratorium

Vodafone Idea would opt for equity conversion during moratorium

New Delhi: Vodafone Idea would opt for the equity conversion for interest payout during moratorium period, resulting in sizable dilution and might restrict potential equity infusion from any financial/strategic investor, analysts said.Emkay Global Financial Services said in a note that the package, ...

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Covid-19 catapults CSR spending past Rs 1 lakh crore

Covid-19 catapults CSR spending past Rs 1 lakh crore

Mumbai: Spending on corporate social responsibility (CSR) in India has crossed the Rs 1 lakh crore milestone, just seven years after it was made mandatory, according to an analysis by CRISIL.As much as 40 per cent of this is estimated to have been incurred in the past two fiscals as companies rolled...

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Analysts question how does Zomato fit into ICICI Dividend Yield Fund framework

Analysts question how does Zomato fit into ICICI Dividend Yield Fund framework

New Delhi: Analysts have questioned as to how Zomato, which is a loss making company, fits into the investment framework of ICICI Dividend Yield Fund which invests in dividend yielding stocks.Kartik Sankaran, Founder, Fiscal Fitness raised the issue in a comment on a social media platform."Hey folks...

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Eye on consolidation: Govt may end cross-holding in oil PSUs

Eye on consolidation: Govt may end cross-holding in oil PSUs

New Delhi: The government may gradually end the cross-holding structure existing in the oil sector as it looks to further consolidate operations of public sector enterprises and go ahead with its privatisation plan by getting a fair valuation of assets.Official sources said that that all oil sector ...

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Adani stocks characterised by similar set of FPIs, low mutual fund holdings

Adani stocks characterised by similar set of FPIs, low mutual fund holdings

New Delhi: Adani Group stocks may have been on fire in recent months adding to Gautam Adanis wealth but an analysis of shareholdings reveals similar set of top FPI holdings across the stocks.In addition, in many cases, institutional and mutual funds holdings have decreased in the March 2021 quarter....

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Exports, ethanol to boost sugar mill margins

Exports, ethanol to boost sugar mill margins

New Delhi: High sugar exports, coupled with increased supplies of ethanol, will improve the operating profitability of integrated sugar mills this fiscal, a Crisil Ratings analysis showed."High sugar exports for the second sugar season in a row, coupled with increased supplies of ethanol - and at re...

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Coal shipped overseas 'produced' more emissions than India's

Coal shipped overseas 'produced' more emissions than India's

New Delhi: Coal shipped overseas was responsible for a tenth of global annual energy-related CO2 emissions in 2020. Coal exported in 2020 had the potential to produce 3.1 billion tonnes of CO2 emissions, which is more than India's annual emissions, a new analysis released by Ember said on Wednesday....

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