For investors seeking to play the agri-theme in India, the fertiliser industry must surely rank as the least attractive, with the government controlling selling prices of the end-product at artificially low levels (even in ‘decontrolled’ fertilisers), production losses met by Central subsidies, high import dependence for raw materials and the vagaries of the monsoon deciding sales.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the urgency of digital transformation for enterprises across the globe. And this has positioned the IT sector well to catapult growth over the next 2-3 years. This is our preferred IT stock pick.
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Financial stocks are dicey bets to make when stock markets are expensive and there’s uncertainty over the economic outlook. But here’ an NBFC that is a good portfolio addition today, for investors seeking a defensive stock that can weather any upcoming volatility while delivering long-term wealth.
The year 2020 will go down as a historical one for the stock markets for more reasons than one. If COVID-19-triggered crash in March 2020 was dramatic, the subsequent rise was even more remarkable. If someone had predicted at end of March 2020 that the frontline stock indices would close at lifetime highs by December 2020, I am sure there would not have been too many takers for it.
A dividend cheque hitting our bank accounts is the nicest thing to happen. But lately this has led to some investors thinking that dividend yield investing is a simple strategy. The other day someone posted on Twitter that he would like to accumulate a portfolio of select companies and get an annual dividend to around …
The Mrs Bectors IPO, open now and closing on December 17th, has a price band of Rs 286-288, and seeks to raise up to Rs 540.54 crore. With broad-based revenues and strong regional brands, should you go for this IPO?
Burger King, ‘Home of the Whopper’, needs little introduction. , Burger King India holds the exclusive pan-India right to open and operate outlets under the global Burger King brand. The company is part of the growing quick service restaurant (QSR) industry in India. And despite being a relatively new entrant to this space – the …
A 7% decline in revenue but a 17% jump in profits is not an earnings scenario that you see often. We are talking of the September quarter numbers over a year ago for a universe of 1,122 companies. But then, abnormal times throw up abnormal results. How did India Inc achieve these profitability numbers and are they here to stay?
There are more than sixty Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs), seventeen Public Sector Banks (PSBs) and around a dozen State owned undertakings, that are listed on the exchanges. A couple of days ago, some mutual fund managers raised a desperate shout to the government about the ‘non-performance’ of the shares in these undertakings.