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Market At Close | Financial and IT shares help Sensex and Nifty40 recover most of day's losses
Here are some highlights:
--Barring Nifty IT, all of NSE's sectoral indices in the red
--TCS rises two percent ahead of Q2 results
--Tata Motors falls four percent following weak JLR Q2 retail sales
--IDBI Bank surges nine percent after government and LIC announce stake divestment
--Indiabulls Housing Finance drops six percent as ED moves Supreme Court to challenge Dellhi High Court order quashing probe against co
--Paytm rises nearly three percent after co reports surge of 482 percent in Q2 loan value
--JP Associates surges over 10 percent after board approves divestment of significant cement business
--Bandhan Bank falls nearly three percent after retail deposit share declines in Q2
--Market breadth favours the bears — advance-decline ratio at 1:2
Vijay Kedia is upping stake in an auto stock that has raced 5,700% in 9 years
Value investor Vijay Kedia is all set to make his second investment in Gujarat-based three-wheeler maker Atul Auto, which has issued warrants worth Rs 115 crore.
Kedia is looking to invest Rs 100 crore through the preferential issue. Following the conversion of warrants to equity, his shareholding in the company will increase to 18.2 percent. (Read more)
Expect IT margins to improve from December quarter: Manoj Bahety
Manoj Bahety of Carnelian Asset Advisors expect decent dollar-denominated growth for IT companies in the July-September period. His remarks come at a time when TCS is scheduled to report its financial results for the quarter later in the day.
"Their constant currency growth may take some beating because of the cross currency headwinds and margin pressure... This quarter should be the last in terms of margin pressure. From the next quarter, we may start seeing margin pressure come down because I think the attrition issue, which the IT sector was facing for almost all of the last one year, is going to subside," he tells CNBC-TV18.
"Structurally, we are bullish on IT sector, because the kind of digitisation theme or the kind of Cloud migration that has started will continue... I would say that in terms of order book execution, it may get delayed... To the extent, the growth trajectory of a few of the IT companies may get delayed, but for the long term, the structural trend specifically for Indian IT companies remains intact," he adds.
Banking and financial firms should do well this earnings season: Carnelian's Manoj Bahety
Manoj Bahety, Founder of Carnelian Asset Advisors, tells CNBC-TV18 that in his view there are three tailwinds for banks in the July-September quarter:
--Credit growth coming back
--NIM expansion as loan interest rates start to rise
--Credit costs continue to be benign
He sees strong tailwinds for the banking space for the next 2-3 years.
"We continue to like private sector banks and a few of PSU banks also should do well... NBFCs are going to catch up," he adds.