Bharat Agri Fert & Realty to consider stock split on February 1Bharat Agri Fert & Realty will consider sub-division of equity share from the face value of Rs 10 per share to Re 1 per share.
Goldman Sachs View On L&T Finance Holdings-buy rating, target at Rs 108 per share
-strong operational beat; earnings quality improves across board
-reported a strong quarter driven by higher-than-expected NII
-believe earnings will provide confidence that company is on path of improving profits
-RoAs & RoEs likely to touch 2 percent/10.6 percent by FY24
JPMorgan View On Reliance Industries
-Overweight call, target cut to Rs 3,015 from Rs 3,065 per share
-Assume no tariff hike in FY24, driving FY24-25 EBITDA estimates lower by 2.5 percent/4.2 percent
-Overall, still see a healthy earnings environment for RIL
-See O2C & E&P business benefitting from China reopening & higher volumes
-Company’s recent underperformance is more macro driven
-FII moves from India to China kept company under pressure recently
-Company is trading at the lower end of its recent trading range
Reliance Industries was quoting at Rs 2,438.60, down Rs 28.75, or 1.17 percent on the BSE.
All large-cap, blue-chip stocks to shift to T+1 settlement cycle from Jan 27
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Market at 3 PMThe Sensex was down 196.70 points or 0.33% at 60064.48, and the Nifty was down 69.90 points or 0.39% at 17886.70. About 1512 shares have advanced, 1823 shares declined, and 162 shares are unchanged.
RattanIndia Enterprises completes 100% acquisition of Revolt MotorsRattanIndia Enterprises has completed acquisition of 100% shareholding in the electric motorcycles company Revolt Motors. Revolt Motors is the highest selling electric bike in the country with its manufacturing facility in Manesar, Haryana. It has expanded its footprint pan-India with 30 dealerships spread across the country.
Morgan Stanley keeps underweight rating on MCX India:
-Underweight rating, target at Rs 1,250 per share
-SEBI allowing exchanges to launch multiple contracts on same commodity
-Could drive upside in value traded via potential revival of mini contracts in base metals & crude
Multi Commodity Exchange of India was quoting at Rs 1,590.75, down Rs 13.40, or 0.84 percent on the BSE.
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Jefferies view on Wipro
Broking firm Jefferies has kept the ‘underperform’ rating on the stock with a target at Rs 355 per share.
The Q3 was beat estimates due to a sharp rise in margin.
The broking house has lowered the revenue estimates by 1-2 percent but raise EPS estimates by 2-4 percent and expect company to deliver 11 percent EPS CAGR over FY23-25.
The slower than expected growth should drive further de-rating, reported CNBC-TV18.
Wipro was quoting at Rs 397.50, up Rs 3.85, or 0.98 percent.
European Markets Updates
December Trade Data: India December exports down 12.2 percent at $34.5 billion against $39.3 billion YoY. India December imports down 3.5 percent at $58.24 billion against $60.3 billion YoY. India December trade deficit up 12.8 percent at $23.76 billion against $21.10 billion YoY. Exports up 7.8 percent, imports up 4.2 percent and trade deficit down 0.5 percent MoM.