Leading brokerage firm Axis Securities is bullish on ITC Ltd. The brokerage has recommended "Buy" for an estimated target price of Rs 380 apiece. Considering the target price, and the Current Market Price, the stock is likely to surge 15% in
In a recent report on Motherson Sumi Wiring India Ltd. (MSWIL), ICICI Direct recommended "buy" for a target price of Rs. 105 per share. The stock is likely to surge by 24% in 12 months, given the estimated target price. MSWIL
Leading brokerage firm ICICI Direct in its recent report on Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd (Torrent Pharma). has rated the it "buy" with a target price of Rs 1730 apiece. Given the brokerage's predicted target price, investors who purchase the company's stocks at
Leading brokerage firm Motilal Oswal is suggesting buying the stock of Star Health and Allied Insurance Company. Star Health is focusing on deepening its presence in rural India, with the creation of a dedicated vertical for addressing a demand from these geographies.
In the most recent trading session, the Asian markets have closed negatively, and the Indian benchmark indices are in the momentum of a sell-off from the past week after a huge upside recovery. Almost all the sectors closed negative in the
Brokerage firm ICICI Securities is suggesting buying the stock of Gujarat Fluorochemicals (GFL). The company is now offering a dividend of Rs. 2 per share, which is a 200% dividend, with a face value of Rs. 1 each. The record date
Axis Securities in its recent report on KNR Construction Ltd. recommended investors to "Buy" the stock for a target price of Rs 340 apiece. KNR Constructions is a small cap Infrastructure sector company. It is one of India's leading infrastructure companies
Indian stocks markets are flat in the trade this week, amid global volatility, as recession fears spur. However, brokerage firm Motilal Oswal suggests buying these top 3 Tata group stocks at lower prices now as the market is down, for high short-term returns.
Yesterday Indian market showed good volatility and closed flat. As per technical analysis, the Indices of the Indian markets are in a consolidation period after a sharp fall and negative closings. The global markets are looking slightly positive; the Asian markets
Nifty and Sensex both crashed today, on weak global cues. Additionally, the US Dollar index hit a fresh 20-year high at 114.53, as a safe haven, pulling the Asian stock markets down. Eventually, these 4 below-mentioned IT stocks hit a fresh 52-week low today, on September 26.