In the capex waltz, the government has to lead
Private capex revival is slow with India Inc choosing to set its house in order, than chase growth
V Keshavdev - February 06, 2021
RITES is a great play on railways. Fund managers feel not much can go wrong
With a diversified asset-light model and an attractive valuation, this PSU is loved by mutual funds
Shruti Venkatesh - October 10, 2020
To IndiGo or not to IndiGo, that is the question
The marquee airline was flying through an air pocket when the pandemic hit. Will its cash hoard see it through?
Krishna Gopalan - August 16, 2020
Is KEI on the cusp of transformation?
The cable manufacturer may need to get into a competitive space to change its fortunes
Debangana Ghosh - July 31, 2020
Tulsi Tanti built his empire on 'soojh-boojh', loans and one other secret ingredient
Through thick, thin and terrible, the Suzlon Energy promoter has displayed the ability to charm banks and retain control
Krishna Gopalan - July 17, 2020
Crude is cheap but is it a good time to buy into OMCs?
Their valuations look slippery as demand recovery looks uncertain
Debangana Ghosh - May 21, 2020
Sun TV still has a solid business. Can the stock be a star performer again?
Sun TV Network is facing tough competition on its turf, but with timely bets on movies and cricket, it could be on the rise
Kripa Mahalingam - April 18, 2020
Stocks are down, but Harendra Kumar’s top pick is a stock broker
ICICI Securities has a strong moat, thanks to its distribution reach and a strong product offering
April 09, 2020
Bed, Set, Go
Now that Apollo Hospitals’ aggressive capex is done, analysts believe it is time to buy the stock
Kripa Mahalingam - March 07, 2020
HCL Tech’s trump card
The company makes do with a lower multiple because of weak core revenue, but analysts are betting on the IBM products acquisition to turn things around
Prathamesh Mulye - January 08, 2020