Best Stocks to Buy Today India : 1 November 2021

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1 November, 2021

Day Trading: HDFC, Tata Motors, IRCTC, Relaxo, Godawari Power & Ispat, Subex, Ujjivan financials, Gayatri Projects, Oriental Trimex,

Short Term: United Spirits, Lupin, Bharat Electronics, PNB, DLF, Vedanta, HUL, Esab, Interglobe, Triveni Turbine

Long Term: Ultratech, Dr Reddys, Shree Cements, Maruti, Cipla, Tata Steel, Titan, Canara Bank, Tata Motors, ICICI,

IPO: Policybazaar, Sigachi Industries


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Top Market News:

  1. Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Glasgow on Sunday for the COP26 climate summit and bilateral talks with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the sidelines of the United Nations (UN) meet. Business Standard
  2. Financial technology company BharatPe plans to build a loan book of $5 billion in five years to serve credit needed by millions of small businesses in India, a senior executive has said. Business Standard
  3. With the US Federal Reserve expected to taper its monthly $120 billion bond purchase programme from November, the easy money policy is technically ending, even as other developed economies continue for some more time. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) will meet for two days starting Tuesday to decide whether and by how much they reduce their bond purchases. Business Standard
  4. Bullish on demand for residential and commercial properties, Realty major DLF Ltd has identified a robust pipeline of new projects and will launch 35 million square feet area in medium term with a sales potential of around Rs 40,000 crore. Business Standard
  5. Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot in an interview with IANS talked about electric vehicles, the participation of more women in public transportation and other initiatives by the Delhi government to “revolutionise the system”. Business Standard


Google Trends

  • Customers of stressed Punjab & Maharashtra Co-Operative Bank (PMC Bank) will not get up to Rs 5 lakh insurance cover in the first lot as the multi-state co-operative bank is under the resolution process..
  • Pay gaps between occupations grew wider amid the COVID-19 pandemic as wages in the tech and TV broadcasting industries saw some of the biggest growth while workers in the aviation and tourism sectors took a hit, new data has revealed..


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24 February, 2024

Byju’s, once heralded as a flagship in India’s edtech sector, is grappling with severe financial and operational challenges, marked by a dramatic valuation drop. The company, which sought to stabilize its operations and finances, is now raising funds at a valuation significantly lower than its peak. This development comes amid efforts to address a substantial debt burden, with Byju’s proposing a repayment plan for its $1.2 billion loan. Investor confidence appears shaken, with some stakeholders pushing for drastic changes in leadership to navigate the crisis effectively. The turmoil reflects broader sectoral pressures and raises questions about the sustainability of high-growth trajectories in the edtech industry

10 February, 2024

Australia’s energy market is witnessing significant transitions and investments aimed at bolstering renewable energy infrastructure and securing gas supplies. Key developments include a $179 million investment by the Queensland Government for community battery projects, Santos’ $5.7 billion gas pipeline project following a legal battle win, and a $206 million energy savings package for NSW households. Additionally, the Australian government has secured new gas supply deals to support the east coast market, emphasizing the role of gas in transitioning to a renewable grid.

India 2024
9 February, 2024

The latest opinion polls, including the Mood of the Nation survey by India Today, predict a comfortable victory for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BJP and its allies in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), with a projected win of 335 Lok Sabha seats in the 2024 general elections. This forecast suggests a slight decrease from the 2019 elections but still ensures a majority. The survey, involving interviews with over 149,000 respondents, reflects Modi’s enduring popularity based on his nationalist policies and economic reforms. Other polls echo these findings, although seat projections vary slightly. The opposition INDIA alliance is expected to secure a significant number of seats, yet not enough to challenge the NDA’s majority. These predictions highlight a political landscape that remains largely favorable to Modi and the BJP as the election approaches