As markets continue to witness a downfall that is yet to find a bottom, marquee names in the banking sector like HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, and IndusInd Bank are being beaten on the bourses like never before.
Although Vodafone Idea share price has gained more than 20 per cent since the last week of February, mutual funds do not seem to be convinced by the rally in the struggling telecom player’s share price.
After a brief stop on Friday, S&P BSE Sensex and BSE Nifty-50 continued their downward trend on Monday morning as both domestic benchmark indices tanked. S&P BSE Sensex was down more than 1,800 points on opening while
SBI Cards is expected to be listed in the coming week. With high volatility in the market, SBI Cards might not perform as it was expected to on the listing day but there are other sectors that investors can keep an eye on.
The moratorium on Yes Bank, including a cap on withdrawals, will be removed as early as in three working days from the notification of the reconstruction plan for the private bank, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on
State Bank of India’s Executive Committee of Central Board (ECCB) has given an approval to purchase up to 725 crore shares in the troubled private sector lender Yes Bank, allowing for up to triple of the initially planned i
The earnings yield of Nifty 50 index has exceeded bond yield by 45 basis points, a report by ICICI Securities said. In the past when earnings yield exceeded bond yields, stock market returns surpassed expectations.
It is now time for investors to check if they have received the shares of SBI Cards and Payments services that they bid for or not. If you are an investor in SBI Cards and Payment Services IPO, here’s how you can check your
Sachin Shah, Fund Manager, Emkay Investment Managers says in an interview with Kshitij Bhargava that there are signs of economic revival and valuations are also more reasonable within the broader markets.
SBI Cards and Payment Services initial public offering (IPO) was subscriber 88 per cent on the second day of bidding as retail investors subscriber more than 100 per cent of the shares offered along with SBI employees and sha