Sushruth Sunder is an emerging business journalist who works for Financial Express Online. He has a keen interest in a wide variety of subjects such as stock markets, mutual funds, industry trends, economy, brands, marketing and management. Apart from doing his masters in Financial Management, he is also a CFA Level 3 candidate.
We could see some earnings recovery in some pockets of the economy but betting on broad based recovery is somewhat unclear or to say evenly balanced between growth and risk as of now, says Anand Rathi's Narendra Solanki.
After a long wait of 863 long days, banks including SBI, IDBI Bank, Canara Bank, PNB among others have recovered a whopping Rs 42,000 crore, after ArcelorMittal made the promised repayment following resolution of Essar Steel.
Shares of Indiabulls Housing Finance erased gains on Friday afternoon and plunged up to 14% after Delhi High Court adjourned Citizen Whistle Blower Forum PIL against it to Feb 28, 2020. Earlier, Indiabulls Housing Finance sha
After shares of private sector lender Yes Bank gained after the firm announced plans to consider fundraising later this week, stock market experts points out that the stock could move higher once the F&O ban is lifted tomor
Even as Karvy Stock Broking episode brings trust issues to the fore, stock market experts advise investors to select brokers with professional boards and strong corporate governance to safeguard their interests.
After SEBI banned Karvy Stock Broking (KSBL) from taking new clients with respect to stock broking activities for alleged misuse of clients’ securities, financial advisors point out that existing investors should take immed
The Supreme Court's landmark judgement in Essar Steel case spells a major win for banks as they stand to recover upward of Rs 40,000 crore of NPAs in a single stroke -- the money which otherwise was lost in all probability.
Even as the 30-share Sensex closed at a fresh record high on Monday, extending its winning streak for the 7th consecutive session, stock market experts caution against jumping into the rally at this point.
The much-awaited Rs 600 crore Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) public offer may hit the stock market coming Navratri, sources aware of the development told Financial Express Online.
The headline indices Sensex and Nifty registered one of their biggest declines in the calendar year, as financial and IT heavyweights dragged amid ongoing global sell-off. The Sensex closed 624 points down at 36,958.16 while