All stories by Puneet Wadhwa And Deepak Korgaonkar
IPO frenzy: 24 stocks that more than doubled your money in two yearsRediff.com12 Aug 2021
The retail frenzy over initial public offers (IPOs) seen over the past few months is not without reason. Over the past two years, 61 companies have tapped the primary market and raised funds via IPOs. Of these, 24 companies (nearly 39 per cent companies) have more than doubled at the bourses with Happiest Minds, IndiaMart Intermesh, Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), Affle India and Route Mobile surging 468 per cent to 722 per cent since their listing date till now. Retail participation in the equity market, according to analysts, has just reached an inflection point due to the low interest rate regime amid lack of investment-worthy avenues that can generate a good return for investors.
2021 could be the year of mid-and small-caps, say analystsRediff.com10 Dec 2020
Analysts attribute the surge to a host of factors, particularly the interest shown by the retail investors in these two market segments.
At Rs 11,000 cr, July's FPI pullout highest in 9 monthsRediff.com1 Aug 2019
After turning net buyers for the fifth straight month till June, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) withdrew a net of Rs 11,743 crore ($1.7 billion) in July. This was their highest outflow since October 2018.
Falling car sales reflects in Nifty Auto's 3-year lowRediff.com20 Jul 2019
An analysis of past 20 years' demand cycles done by Edelweiss Securities indicates that the auto sector is currently in the middle of a down cycle. Volume recovery, they say, is unlikely to be as sharp as in the past, unless there is strong fiscal support.
Don't rush to buy PSU bank stocks yetRediff.com15 Mar 2018
'Investors should not commit fresh money to these stocks right now, unless they can hold for the next three to four years.'
Sikka towers over peers in salary stakesRediff.com10 Feb 2017
In 2015-16, Sikka as CEO took home Rs 48.73 crore as salary (including, bonus and incentives), which is the highest among peers.
Why investors are in a hurry to dump FMCG stocksRediff.com21 Apr 2015
Softening rural consumption and the likelihood of weak corporate earnings in the March quarter saw investors dump stocks.
Small stocks fall yet analysts not worriedRediff.com17 Sep 2014
Though the markets have lost ground since the past few sessions, analysts do not seem worried.
Auto, banking, realty stocks see heavy selling on the boursesRediff.com16 Apr 2014
Metal stocks fell on Tuesday, with the S&P BSE metal index sliding 2.8 per cent compared to the 0.64 per cent fall in the benchmark S&P BSE Sensex