Can the tariff war unleashed by Trump drive the U.S. economy towards a recession?
Trade wars unlikely to have an impact on India, experts say.
Kotak AMC’s Harsha Upadhyaya recommends stock-specific approach in metal counters.
Dollar-Libor rate remains a key focus area, according to Morgan Stanley’s Jonathan Garner.
Indian Markets Should Not React Much To Rate Announcements in the United States
NHAI aims to award 7,500-8,000 kilometers of road projects this financial year.
Morgan Stanley Downgrades Hindalco To EqualWeight From OverWeight
Tough competition from MNCs coupled with new challengers , Tier 2 and in-sourcing hurts growth for Tier 1 IT firms.
Revival in many markets, project expansions likely to aid orderbook growth
State-run banks may slow down lending after the PNB fraud, says Credit Suisse.
FY19 And FY20 Could Be The Best Years For CV Industry In The Near Future
Indian equity market still seems expensive despite the recent correction, says Sanjeev Prasad.
Growth for Indian IT Companies Likely To Continue Aided By Stable Rupee And Increased BFSI Spending By Global Majors
U.S. import tariffs will have minimal impact on Nalco, chairman says.
Price cut to have a meager impact of Rs 10-12 crore on the company’s net profit on a base of around Rs 800 crore.
Valuations are cheap and Bharti Infratel may be getting close to the buy zone, says Morgan Stanley.
It’s not Trump’s tariffs but the retaliation to it by the U.S.’ trade partners that should worry India more.
Pact with Parle to aid summer sales, says Manpasand Beverages.
More pain is likely for Indian markets, says Citi’s Apabhai
Morgan Stanley’s preferred bets among NBFCs.
Factors that could aid earnings growth in FY19, according to Nilesh Shah of Kotak AMC.