Indian Stock Market Viewpoint by Romesh Tiwari, CapitalAim

Indian markets have received support from lower levels and investors have gained confidence. Many stocks are available at good valuations but analysts are still suggesting wait and watch policy for long term investors.

Comments on Indian stock market action by Romesh Tiwari, CapitalAim....

Benchmark Nifty50 opened on a positive note above 11000 levels, but traded sideways for the entire day and closed almost flat on a daily basis above 11000 levels with 78.60 points or 0.71% at 11111.05 levels.

Indian Government Needs Concrete Steps to Promote Electric Vehicles

Indian government will need to take bigger steps in order to promote electric vehicles in India. Automobile companies are suffering from lower sales as many consumers are waiting for new launches in electric vehicles segment. However, the companies have failed to launch any mass market vehicle in the Indian market.

For Indian consumers, electric vehicles in price range of 8-12 lakh will be ideal. However, Hyundai has launched Kona electric in Indian market with a price tag of 24 lakh. It will be difficult for this vehicle to reach enough of sales volume to make viable case for Hyundai.

New Luxury Housing Supply Triples in 2 Years Since Currency Demonetisation

Along with the resale homes market, luxury housing took the hardest hit after demonetization. The Government’s continued focus on affordable housing coupled with the surgical strike on high-value currency denominations in November 2016 took the sheen off luxury housing for two years in a row. As a result, developers restricted new supply in the luxury category across the top 7 cities.

However, ANAROCK's most recent research indicates that while the affordable and mid-segment housing sectors continued to dominate the overall supply in H1 2019, luxury and ultra-luxury housing also saw a resurgence.

TIW Private Equity picks up majority stake in Credence Family Office

Sector agnostic Buyout Fund, TIW Private Equity has picked up a majority stake in Bangalore headquartered, Credence Family Office. The deal is in process of regulatory approvals.

Credence plans to use the proceeds to strengthen its advisory platform, increase geographical reach and improve on its operating platform.

Nearly a decade old and one of the early movers in the family office space, Credence offers a range of solutions in areas related to wealth management, tax solutions, estate planning, philanthropy, legal, lending and real estate services to high net-worth and ultra-high net-worth individuals. It also boasts of a mentorship academy for its clients, run by its distinguished advisory board.

RBI Policy Reactions by Karvy Stock Broking and TIW Private Equity

Indian stock markets have taken RBI policy positively. Indian economy is facing minor challenges but majority of good companies have declared strong results. Stocks have witnessed decline in valuations but investors are cautious.

Comments on RBI Policy from Mr. Rajiv Singh, CEO, Karvy Stock Broking...

RBI Policy viewpoint by Epic Research

Indian Stocks remained positive after RBI monetary policy was announced. The markets have been declining after the Union Budget. Market participants were expecting good policy decisions from RBI. Comment on RBI policy by Mr. Mustafa Nadeem, CEO, Epic Research....


News in Focus

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.