Indian Real Estate Sector Review by ANAROCK Property Consultants

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.

Amidst the dual challenges of liquidity crisis and stuck projects that hang like persistent thunderclouds over the sector, we nevertheless inch closer to the ultimate goal of Housing for All by 2022.

From the viewpoint of stuck and delayed projects, the freedom to buy homes has turned into shackles for many. Over 1.74 lakh homes in 220 projects across the top seven cities are completely stalled. Housing worth over INR 1.77 lakh Crore is in limbo with zero construction activity.

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

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. Among the major gainers for the week were Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS), HDFC Bank, HDFC, Infosys, Hindustan Unilever, Kotak Mahindra Bank and ICICI Bank.

Markets gained from lower levels and buying was witnessed on Wednesday. Investors turned bullish on Thursday and Friday ended with smart gains. Among top 10 Indian stocks, seven companies gained during the week. Small investors mainly invest in mid-cap and small-cap companies and the trend in both these segments is still not positive. Mid-cap stocks of many well performing companies are trading at a lower price.

PSU Banking Sector Outlook after Quarterly Results

Indian banks in public sector have been facing selling pressure as investors are concerned about high levels of non-performing assets. State Bank of India and Bank of Baroda are two of the best performing banks in the sector. As SBI posted strong set of numbers with NPA under control, the stock touched 52-week high. However, as the broader market declined, SBI reduced to Rs 300 in the recent trading sessions.

Bank of Baroda is also trading near its 52-week low of Rs 90.70. As the bank has reported better quarterly numbers, investors with high-risk appetite can consider buying Bank of Baroda. As the government has planned to merge smaller banks into large PSU entities, there are a lot of changes that banking sector will witness in the coming quarters.

UJJIVAN, Balkrishna Industries Limited and Bajaj Finance Stock Recommendations by Epic Research

Stock Markets have recovered this week after facing declines for five weeks, following Union Budget. The results season has offered surprises for investors in many counters. As the stock markets were declining, many stocks are available at good valuations. Investors can consider some stocks suggested by Epic Research.

UJJIVAN - Stock formed an inverted head & shoulder on the daily chart and closed near to days high with good volumes. We recommend buying above 295 for the target of 300 with the stop loss of 290.

BALKRISIND - Stock has given the breakout of the trendline on the weekly chart on a closing basis with good volumes. The RSI is also showing reversal on the weekly chart. We recommend buying above 785 for the target of 795 with the stop loss of 775.

Indian Stock Market Overview by Epic Research

After five weeks of consecutive decline markets post a rebound from technically oversold levels and cooling off in global markets selling pressure. Nifty started the week on a reversal mode making a hammer pattern on the daily scale. We did see the market recovering from those levels. As the markets became much less volatile after a sharp sell-off buying was seen with long addition in 11100 - 11200 CE front along with liquidation in 10700 - 10800 strikes.

This was further stabilized as global markets rejoiced rebounded on the back of stronger Chinese exports data which was up 3.3%. This was soothing amid concerns over a global economic slowdown.

DABUR, BERGER PAINTS and KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK Stock Recommendations by CapitalAim

DABUR, BERGER PAINTS and KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK Stock Recommendations by CapitalAim

Indian markets have declined after Union Budget. Many stocks have declined and are available at good valuations for medium to long term investors. Investors can check some stocks recommendations, mainly based on technical analysis by CapitalAim.

Stock Recommendations By CapitalAim....

DABUR : BUY| Above : Rs 441| Target: Rs 459| Stop loss: Rs 423|

DABUR is sustaining above the 20-day moving average on the daily chart and consolidating upward. MACD has shown upward crossover on the daily chart and RSI on the same chart is looking strong, which is now placed at 68.59 levels. The 50-day moving average has crossed over upward the 120-day moving average on the daily chart.

BERGER PAINTS : BUY| Above : Rs 361| Target: Rs 375| Stop loss: Rs 345|

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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.