With the Sensex jumping 130% in the past 18 months to 60,000, the hunt is on for stocks which have not participated in the recent rally and companies that could benefit from the revival of business activity. Analysts at top brokerages think shares of select housing finance, auto, sugar companies, and multiplex operators fit this criteria.
Shares of market intermediaries BSE, Multi-Commodity Exchange, and Central Depository Services rallied on Monday amid talk that the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) is likely to give the National Stock Exchange (NSE) its in-principle nod for an initial public
Keir Starmer and industry leaders call on PM to do more as ministers decide against immediate deployment of troopsBoris Johnson has ordered the army to remain on standby to help fuel reach petrol stations hit by panic buying, as Keir Starmer and businesses called on him to get a grip on the shortages rippling across the economy.No 10 said army drivers would be ready to help deliver petrol and diesel on a short-term basis, but stopped short of an immediate deployment, even though some essential workers have not been able to carry out their jobs without fuel. Continue reading...