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Top Picks Report - October 2017 (Diwali Special)

Over the last 3 years, Indian macros have seen a remarkable improvement such as shrinking of the twin deficits, acceleration in foreign exchange reserves, rupee appreciation, etc. With low interest rates, equities continue to remain an attractive asset class against fixed income, moving huge inflows in the equity markets. As domestic infl..

Sep 12th 2017

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After the geopolitical tensios have cooled off, Indian markets have regained the growth momentun with the both Sensex and Nifty trading near its peak levels. Macros have continued to improve while foreign trade is showing signs of recovery. Indian markets are currently trading slightly at premium to its 10 year average, however with doubl..

While the markets have seen 21% returns in CY17, returns in dollar terms are even higher at 29%. We belive that current econmic enviornment is positive for domestic and foreign inflows. The big picture is that global economy is in healthy shape and in anticipation of faster growth, global markets have seen re-rating. We continue to remain..

Jul 06th 2017

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The goods and services tax (GST) became a reality from July 1st 2017. The new indirect tax regime unifies the country by making India a homogenous market. By removing the state barriers, trade becomes easier. While GST, in the current form may not be the perfect, but it is better than the earlier tax regime and was due for long. We revisi..

Jun 06th 2017

Top Picks June 2017

The GDP data released for 4QFY17 indicates the impact of the demonetization on the economy, primarily on construction, real estate and financial services. However this impact is not expected to spill over in FY18E. We believe that GST is likely to show positive results from 2HFY17 and market in this anticipation is seeing strong rally. We..

Rising exports and buoyancy in FDI has resulted in rupee appreciating by 5% since November-16. The political stability and improving consumer sentiment is setting a stage for growth in the economy and with bright prospects, we expect further growth in FII and DII inflows indicating market sentiment going ahead. ..

Indian economy grew by 7% in 3QFY17 vs. 7.4% in 2QFY17. The December quarter GDP growth indicates slower growth compared to September quarter, however this has positively surprised the markets considering pessimistic GDP growth expectations of 6.1%-6.4% growth rate had built up. At 7% rate, our economy continues to grow at a healthy rate ..

The FY2018 budget maintains a path of fiscal prudence and envisages higher infrastructure investments. The government’s focus on rural and housing sector is expected to be positive for multiple sectors. We view this as a positive event for the capital markets. The increase in capital expenditure by government is expected to benefit the co..

Recent aggressive rate cut by the industry leader SBI has brought hopes of revival in credit growth of banks. The rural side of the economy is also expected to see recovery post the new measures announced by the government. In the last two years, deposit rates have fallen by 200bps. In such an environment, fixed deposits continue to lose ..

Demonetization is a biggest reform of the current government which will help to curb black money and corruption in the country. Demonetization will benefit the economy in several ways such as 1) increase in public expenditure and tax benefits 2) lower interest rate due to availability of low cost funds 3) gain in market share of organized..

In October 2016 Top Picks report, we had shown faith in the India’s consumption story. The ongoing earning season confirms our bias as companies in the consumption sector have reported decent set of numbers so far. Most notably, companies in automobile sector have emerged as beneficiary of the ongoing recovery in the consumer demand. The ..