Banks, capital goods, metals and FMCG stocks are under seeing active buying while technology and pharma stocks are still in buyers' radar. Money Control, 2 months ago
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Nilesh Shah of Envision Capital is bullish on IT, pharma and select automobile stocks. He likes FMCG names too, but advises investors to steer clear of large caps like HUL and ITC as he feels valuations are too expensive.Money Control, 1 month ago
Heavy selling is seen in Pharma and FMCG stocks with ITC losing over 3 percent. Power Grid, Sun Pharma, Dr Reddy's Labs and Ranbaxy are dragging the Nifty. Meanwhile, NMDC is up 3.5 percent while JP Associates, DLF, PNB and IndusInd Bank are gainers ...Moneycontrol.com, 1 month ago
D G Khan Cement was incorporated as a private limited company in 1978 under the management control of State Cement Corporation of Pakistan Limited (SSCP). The Company commenced its operations in 1986 with 2,000 tons per day (TPD) clinker. The ...Business Recorder, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) bought cement, IT and select commodity stocks during the July-September quarter while they sold stocks of companies which are sensitive to interest rates that include banks, capital goods and auto. The ...Times of India, 1 month ago BNP Paribas Mid Cap Fund - INVEST Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
More in: I have just retired from a nationalised bank. My financial advisor has been suggesting to me to invest my terminal benefits in a fund called SBI FMCG Fund. I shall be obliged if you would give your opinion on this choice. - Ramchandra S ...Navhind Times, 1 month ago
Good monsoon is expected to boost rural consumer demand but that may not mean gains for FMCG stocks Rajesh Kumar Share Jayachandran/Mint Also Read Higher output in the agriculture sector is perhaps the only saving grace for the Indian ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
Maheshwari advises investors to accumulate export-oriented stocks in their portfolio. He is bullish on Infosys , HCL Technologies and Tech Mahindra in the IT space. In FMCG (fast moving consumer goods), he is positive on Emami and Dabur . He also ...Moneycontrol.com, 2 months ago
Earlier this year, FMCG giant proposed to increase royalty payment that it makes to its overseas parent, UK-based Unilever, from 1.40 per cent to 3.15 per cent of its turnover. Swiss food major Nestle too plans to raise royalty from 3.5 per cent to ...Business Standard India, 2 months ago
22:17 IST SummaryBeaten down banking heavyweights spearheaded the recovery followed by auto, FMCG, capital goods, healthcare and technology counters. The dramatic improvement in current account deficit data and rebound in core sector output ...Financial Express, 2 months ago
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