Nearly 69 percent of the analysts tracking all the stocks on the Nifty 500 Index have a ‘Buy’ rating—the highest since 2006.
Coal India reported its best August since listing as it rebounds after two straight months of declines.
The Nifty Auto Index has declined over 8 percent in 2018 compared with the NSE Nifty 50 Index’s 10.5 percent gain.
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TTK Prestige trades at 30 times its current earnings, according to Bloomberg data—a 21 percent discount to Hawkins Cookers.
RBI hardly intervened to support the rupee during the Turkey crisis two weeks ago, Bloomberg Economics’ estimate.
U.S. Dollar Index hovers around the 95-mark after Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s speech.
Nifty Media Index falls the most in last six years.
No Nifty stock has been oversold for 18 days in a row.
Mukesh Ambani-owned firm has become the first Indian company to cross the Rs 8 lakh crore mark in market value.
Dalmia Bharat trades at a 32 percent discount to UltraTech Cement, the lowest since 2013.
More than 90 immigrants to the U.K. were granted investor visas in the second quarter as Britain continues to draw wealthy people.
Five of the eight most expensive listed banks are Indian private lenders.
The yuan strengthened for a third day in a row.
Copper and developing-nation stocks are marching in lockstep toward bear territory.
The Turkish lira fell as much as 17 percent, capping the biggest slump since 2001.
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Target price of 50 percent stocks were revised downwards last month.
Shares of Tata Motors Ltd. have dropped over 40 percent year-to-date.
Apple may not have surpassed $1 trillion in market cap despite solid results, but it remains the world’s biggest company yet.
FIIs turn new buyers in July.
Alternate Investment Funds, which pool in money from rich and sophisticated investors, invested about Rs 75,000 crore as of June.
RIL’s over 34 percent year-to-date gain has made it more expensive than peers
International trade is on a slide for the first time in two years.
Trump imposed new sanctions on Turkey, Russia and Iran in 2018.