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Expect further earnings downgrades to FY16 consensus: Pros
Money Control

Expect further earnings downgrades to FY16 consensus: Pros

"We see more cuts ahead as consensus expectations still builds in a sharp H2 recovery," Mahesh Nandurkar, CLSA said. Money Control, 1 week ago

Re to slip ve dollar 4%-5% every year: CLSA

In a chat with ET Now, Mahesh Nandurkar, Executive Director of CLSA India, shares his thoughts on markets. Excerpts: ET Now: In the latest strategy note released by CLSA, caution seems to be the watchword because you are not impressed with the ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Rupee to depreciate at a steady pace of 4%-5% every year, to boost exports: Mahesh Nandurkar, CLSA India  Economic Times2 months ago

Bullish in long run, pick up in corporate profits to be visible in FY17: Mahesh Nandurkar, CLSA India

'We believe that the slow process of economic improvement has begun and corporate performance has begun to improve.'
 Economic Times2 months ago

Brokerages trim earnings estimates after poor Q1 show

MUMBAI: For investors, who poured money into stocks expecting an earnings revival soon, there is more bad news. Top brokerages including CLSA, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays and Motilal Oswal Financial Services among others have cut their earnings ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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Sensex rallies as banks surge on plan to boost capital

The Sensex has gained 2.2% this year and trades at 15.7 times projected 12-month earnings. Photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint Mumbai: Indian stocks climbed the most in about three months after the government sought to boost the size of an annual capital ...
 Livemint.com4 weeks ago India's Sensex Rallies as Lenders Surge on Plan to Boost Capital  Bloomberg4 weeks ago

India may gain from fluctuations in China's stock market

India is likely to gain from the big fluctuations in emerging market shares, as they have led developing countries to invest their funds in the country, due to belief in its relative stability, according to Shanghai's China Business News. The ...
 Want China Times4 weeks ago

Govt employees' likely pay hike to boost consumption: CLSA

"Our base case would be a 10-12 percent average pay hike. This should be a positive for discretionary consumption plays," Mahesh Nandurkar, CLSA said.
 Money Control1 month ago

Nifty holds 8600 amid pressure; Bajaj Auto, HUL, ONGC drag

Profit was supported by other income and operating profit but higher provisions year-on-year restricted growth (though provisions declined sequentially). Even its asset quality remained elevated on yearly basis as well as sequentially. Other income ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 month ago

Sensex firm, Nifty inches towards 8400; LT, ONGC rally

10:20 am Market Expert: Over the past four months, Sanjay Dutt has been in the enviable position of being able to successfully call both the Nifty's early March top, at 9,000, this year as well as its mid June low at 7,950. In an interview with ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 months ago

India long-term story remains attractive, buy Bharti: CLSA

“While near-term pressures continue, we highlight that India's long-term story remains attractive overall market valuation are not expensive,” said Mahesh Nandurkar, CLSA.
 Money Control2 months ago
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