Indian Markets Could Gain Strength as Trump goes soft on China Tariffs

Indian Markets had a mixed week as global cues were mixed. While Dow Jones declined during the last two trading sessions, change in attitude of the US President Donald Trump will help stock markets worldwide. Indian markets will mainly depend on global markets for direction in the upcoming weeks.

Views on Indian Stocks by Mustafa Nadeem, CEO , Epic Research....

Nifty consolidated and ends down in a shortened week. Nifty has made a hammer pattern on the daily scale while it was also seen trading within the previous week range.

Is Kashmir's Real Estate Market Opening Up? Review by ANAROCK Property Consultants

Is Kashmir's Real Estate Market Opening Up? Review by ANAROCK Property Consultants

The government’s recent decision to revoke Article 370 and Article 35(A) is expected to have a positive impact on Jammu & Kashmir’s overall real estate market, which has been quite dismal so far. Property prices in Srinagar, for instance, still hover between INR 2,200 - 4,000 per sq. ft. – significantly low for tier 2 & 3 cities in the country.

On the one hand, locals will finally see an increase in the value of their properties. On the other, the really exciting prospect is the opening up of opportunities for Indians from outside J&K to finally invest in immovable property here. In fact, in his recent address to the nation, the Prime Minister categorically invited various industries - including Bollywood - to make investments across the entire region.

The RERA Effect on Real Estate Sector in India: Review by Arun Puri ANAROCK

The RERA Effect on Real Estate Sector in India: Review by Arun Puri ANAROCK

The RERA Effect on Indian Real Estate Sector: Review by Anuj Puri, Chairman - ANAROCK Property Consultants.

It was not the magic wand it was hoped to be. However, over the past two years, the Real Estate Regulatory Act (RERA) has brought more sanity - and the return of consumer power - than seemed possible in such a short time. The real estate sector is still struggling with it and the Act is very much work-in-progress in many states, but RERA nevertheless hangs like a sword of Damocles over a previously unregulated industry. Eventual compliance across the board seems inevitable.

According to the latest readings on the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoUHA) website:

A House Over Every Indian's Head - How Close Are We? Review by Arun Puri ANAROCK

A House Over Every Indian's Head - How Close Are We? Review by Arun Puri ANAROCK

In previous years, strong political will was often highlighted as the most necessary catalyst for change in a country like India. It has arrived - Modi 2.0 has displayed a single-minded focus on many fronts, and not least of all in its promotion of affordable housing. There is little reason to second-guess this government's will to see its goals to fruition.

Nevertheless, developers face several roadblocks to adopting the affordable housing mantra wholeheartedly. Where will the necessary land in central urban areas come from? When will the basic infrastructure necessary to make the cheaper peripheral areas viable for affordable housing be built?

Sun Pharmaceutical, JAI Corp, Engineers India Stock Recommendations by Epic Research

Indian stocks recovered last week and this week has been mixed with markets sliding on Tuesday. Some stock specific action has been witnessed in Indian Stock Markets. Comments from Mr. Mustafa Nadeem, CEO Epic Research on three stocks investors and traders can check.

JAI CORP LTD - Stock has given the breakout of the trendline on the daily chart with huge volumes. We recommend buying above 80.60 for the target of 82 with the stop loss of 79.50.

SUN PHARMA - Stock took the support of the trendline on the daily chart and closed in green. It also formed an ascending triangle on the daily chart. We recommend buying above 445 for the target of 450 with the stop loss of 440.

Sell on Rise: Indian Stocks Outlook by Epic Research

Nifty slips and shaved most of the previous week's gain on the first trading day of the week. The negative global cues and selling pressure at higher levels marked the previous upswing as a probable retest of resistance post breakdown and hence the downward momentum continued.

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Indian stocks recovered last week and this week has been mixed with markets sliding on Tuesday. Some stock specific action has been witnessed in Indian Stock Markets. Comments from Mr.

Nifty slips and shaved most of the previous week's gain on the first trading day of the week.

As India embarks on another year of independence, the country's real estate sector has a lot to be grateful for, a lot to hope for - and still a lot to worry about.

HUL, HDFC Bank, TCS, Infosys and Kotak Mahindra Bank shine during the week

Indian stock market witnessed rally for the last three trading sessions and investors felt relief as many stocks had declined significantly.

Indian banks in public sector have been facing selling pressure as investors are concerned about high levels of non-performing assets.