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Top Picks Report - October 2016 (Diwali Special)

The G-sec bond yields have fallen to multi-year low after recent repo rate cut by RBI. The Indian macros have improved strongly in the last two years. With normal monsoon and easing inflation, RBI’s, move indicates that this would be the right time to adopt low yield regime conducive for growth. The consumption-led earning growth will be ..

We have been highlighting over the past few months as to how some pockets of the economy are showing signs of relatively higher traction despite the overall economy recovering only gradually. While investment demand in India has remained subdued, consumption patterns show a healthy picture. Two wheelers & Passenger cars continued to a..

The Indian equity market has been one of the most resilient performers post the Brexit and has gained ~5% since then. Though an easy liquidity scenario is largely responsible for the rally, still one can’t ignore the evident improvement in the Indian economy on the back of sustained domestic consumption. While the global economy remains f..

The Indian equity market has shown good strength, with it having recovered from the recent correction which was in the wake of global sell-off caused by Britain’s surprise vote to exit the EU in the referendum election a.k.a. the BREXIT. The strength in the recovery clearly indicates that India is in a favorable situation vis-avis other c..

The good news continues for the Indian economy. In our last monthly top-picks report, we had highlighted that several pockets of the economy are witnessing growth, mainly driven by consumption and government spending. The latest GDP numbers are a testimony to our claim. India’s GDP for 4QFY2016 grew by 7.9% while FY2016 GDP growth came in..

India’s macroeconomic environment has shown gradual improvement over the past two years and there are a whole host of indicators suggesting a favorable outlook for the Indian economy. The interest rates have declined with the central bank getting the leeway to do so on the back of slowing consumer inflation and declining fiscal deficit. T..

Indian markets, rebounded strongly in the month of March, going up by more than 10%. The positive movement was fueled by growth oriented budget for FY2016-17. FIIs turned bullish on the Indian markets in a major fashion with net inflows of Rs21,143cr in the month of March after being net sellers since November 2015. Additionally, the mark..

The domestic benchmark equity indices dropped more than 7% in the month of February as investors maintained caution ahead of the Union Budget 2016-17 and on account of weak global cues. However, post the budget, the market witnessed a strong rally as there were no adverse changes pertaining to long-term capital gains tax on sale of shares..

Benchmark indices have seen a sharp fall year to date largely on account of global factors such as the slowdown in the Chinese economy, currency devaluations and fall in crude oil prices. Domestic macro indicators, however, continue to remain favourable, with 3QFY2016 GDP growth exceeding expectations at 7.3%. For consumption growth and i..

A lot of macro factors are falling in place to create the right conditions for the markets to rally in the coming year. Brent crude oil prices have declined ~66% over the last two years to $33 as against ~$99 at the end of CY2013, resulting in significant savings for the government. Led by lower crude prices, the net import bill has reduc..

The domestic benchmark equity market indices - Sensex and Nifty - ended the month of November 2015 in the negative territory, correcting by 1.9% and 1.6%, respectively. A higher possibility of the Federal Reserve increasing interest rates in December 2015, as perceived by the market, dampened market sentiments. In November 2015, among sec..

India best placed among emerging economies We have a positive view on the markets, as we believe that favourable macro cues such as low inflation, declining interest rates, cheap global commodities and strong governance are likely to drive improvement in corporate performance over the next 18-24 months. In our view, India is best placed w..