Morning Business News Round Up_ Dec 19, 2018

  • LIC makes open offer to acquire 26% stake in IDBI Bank
  • RBI to infuse Rs 50,000 crore in January, bonds likely to rally
  • NSE gets Sebi’s nod to launch weekly options on Nifty 50 index
  • IDFC, Capital First completes merger process to form IDFC First Bank
  • India’s sugar production up 2.1% till December 15: ISMA
  • MOPE and InvAscent buy 70% in Symbiotec for $100 m
  • Almost 45% of seller base from tier-II, III cities: Flipkart
  • India imports 42 lakh tonne of urea till November for over USD 1 billion
  • Saudi Arabia, Reliance in talks for refinery, petrochemical project: Saudi Oil Minister
  • Premium brands pitch easy finance and instalments over superior features
  • Bank notes’ printing cost rose to Rs 80 billion in FY17, says govt
  • BNP Paribas sets 2019 Sensex target at 40,000, but stays wary on earnings
  • Sebi concerned as Rs 600 bn worth of approved IPOs are yet to hit market
  • Will try to get 99% items in 18% slab or lower, says PM Narendra Modi
  • New angel tax notices spook investors, start-ups; trip fund-raising efforts
  • High growth rate in manufacturing a doable challenge, says NITI Aayog CEO
  • CSR funds worth Rs 8,314 cr remained unspent over three financial years
  • Govt likely to sell 3-5% stake in NTPC via OFS
  • IBC eliminates right to redemption of Essar Steel shareholders, says lenders
  • Tata Starbucks to open more than 25 stores across metros in 2019
  • Ashoka Buildcon plans to bid for Rs 400-crore city gas distribution projects
  • John Deere plans to boost engine capacity in India
  • Existing tech inadequate to cater to data demand by 2025, says report
  • Government permits imports of PUF panels/doors for hospitals under EPCG scheme
  • Ola to invest  $100  million  in scooter-sharing firm Vogo
  • Samana to raise Rs 4,000 crore to invest in startups, listed stocks
  • Govt orders restructuring of tax department
  • Carlyle seeks to double holding in PNB Housing Finance
  • DHFL to exit mutual fund business DHFL Pramerica
  • Agri-food startups raised $1.6 billion in 2013-17: Report
  • Online medicine startups in funding frenzy as sector consolidates

Lot size Increased from 1st July 2016

From July 2016 lot size increases for following scrips

Scrip Current Lot Size Increased Lot Size
ACC 375 400
ADANIENT 6000 8000
ADANIPORTS 1600 2500
ALBK 6000 10000
AMBUJACEM 2100 2500
ANDHRABANK 8000 10000
ARVIND 1700 2000
AXISBANK 1000 1200
BAJAJ-AUTO 200 250
BANKBARODA 3100 3500
BANKINDIA 3000 6000
BATAINDIA 1000 1100
BHARTIARTL 1200 1500
BHEL 2000 5000
CADILAHC 1500 1600
CAIRN 3000 3500
CANBK 2000 3000
CASTROLIND 1100 1400
CESC 1000 1100
CIPLA 800 1000
COALINDIA 1200 1700
COLPAL 500 700
CONCOR 400 500
CROMPGREAV 3000 12000
DABUR 2000 2500
DHFL 2200 3000
DISHTV 5000 7000
DRREDDY 150 200
ENGINERSIN 2200 3500
EXIDEIND 3400 4000
FEDERALBNK 8000 11000
GAIL 1400 1500
GLENMARK 500 700
GMRINFRA 39000 45000
GODREJIND 1300 1500
HCLTECH 600 700
HDFC 400 500
HDIL 6000 8000
HINDALCO 5000 7000
IBREALEST 9000 10000
ICICIBANK 1700 2500
ICIL 500 600
IDEA 3000 5000
IDFC 3300 13200
IFCI 20000 22000
INDIACEM 6000 7000
INFRATEL 1300 1400
IOB 14000 20000
IOC 1200 1500
IRB 2100 2500
JINDALSTEL 7000 9000
JISLJALEQS 8000 9000
JPASSOCIAT 48000 68000
JSWENERGY 6000 8000
JUBLFOOD 300 500
JUSTDIAL 500 800
KSCL 750 1500
KTKBANK 4000 6000
L&TFH 8000 9000
LT 300 500
M&M 400 500
M&MFIN 2000 2500
MARUTI 125 150
MCLEODRUSS 2200 3000
MOTHERSUMI 1500 2500
NMDC 5000 6000
OIL 1200 1700
ONGC 2000 2500
ORIENTBANK 3000 6000
PCJEWELLER 1300 1500
PFC 2000 3000
PNB 4000 7000
RCOM 8000 10000
RECLTD 2000 3000
SAIL 9000 12000
SBIN 2000 3000
SIEMENS 400 500
SOUTHBANK 22000 30000
SRF 400 500
STAR 400 500
SYNDIBANK 5000 9000
TATACHEM 1100 1500
TATACOMM 1100 1400
TATAGLOBAL 4000 4500
TATAPOWER 8000 9000
TCS 200 250
TECHM 1000 1100
UBL 500 700
UCOBANK 10000 15000
UNIONBANK 3000 4000
UNITECH 77000 99000
UPL 1000 1200
VEDL 4000 6000
VOLTAS 1600 2000




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Morning Business News Round up_Feb 08, 2016

Morning Business News :

  • Sebi Scans Facebook Accounts In Insider Trading Case
  • Iran Wants India To Pay Oil Dues Of Over $6 Bn Euros
  • Rs 1L-Cr Disbursed Under MUDRA Yojana: PM Modi
  • Maruti Suzuki Begins Baleno Shipments To Japan
  • ‘North Sea Could Lose 150 Oil Platforms Within 10 Yrs’
  • Nepal Urges India To Restore Oil And Gas Supply
  • China Forex Reserves Fall Almost $100 Bn, Lowest Since May 2012
  • Modi Stresses On 10% Cut In Crude Oil Imports By 2022
  • India Has Over 15 Lakh Registered Companies
  • PM Inaugurates Indian Oil’s Paradip Refinery
  • NSE Pitches For Self-Listing; Sebi Firm On Cross-Listing Rule
  • Top Carmakers Join Forces For Electric Vehicles
  • Centre Urged To Set Up Separate Ministry For Fisheries, Ocean Sector
  • IOC Commissions Rs. 34,555-Cr Paradip Refinery
  • Bajaj Capital Open To Selling Up To 26% Stake
  • Glenmark Introduces EMI Scheme For Cancer Treatment Drugs
  • India Seeks LPG Transit To North East Through Bangladesh
  • US, India In Talks To Settle Solar Power Trade Dispute
  • Blackstone, GIC, Others Eye DLF Promoters’ Stake In Rental Arm
  • Equity Mutual Funds Inflows In January Slowest In 20 Months
  • Jet Airways Q3 Profit Up To Its Highest Ever At Rs467 Crore

  • Govt Tightens Curbs On Steel Imports As Global Glut Hurts Mills
  • India Post To Invest Rs 322 Crore To Augment Parcel Capacity
  • Cairn India Wants Govt To Reduce Oil Cess Before Budget
  • Fpis Pour In Rs 2,500 Crore In Capital Mkts In A Week
  • RBI To Buy Back Inflation Indexed Bonds Maturing In 2023

Today’s Wealth Mantra !

“If investing is entertaining, if you’re having fun, you’re probably not making any money. Good investing is boring.”

– George Soros


Invest instead of spending this festive season !

The festival season is upon us again, and once again we are readying to usher in Goddess Laxmi into our home with Diwali round the bend. While this is the season to be jolly and bring in gifts and goodies for everyone, we are here with something that may well be a gift for you. If you are financially savvy and investing rather than spending is on your mind this Diwali, this blog post is just for you! We are here to tell you which trends are being buoyed by the festive cheer and will also hold you in good stead, over the medium to long term.

  • India is in a sweet spot

First up, let us take a look at the macroeconomic situation. There is little doubt about the fact that there is an undercurrent of buoyancy at the moment in the Indian bourses. This has largely to do with RBI swooping in with a larger than expected rate cut and the promise of more that is finanlly giving the confidence of an economic revival that has been expeted for so long. This economic revival deluded the markets in the first half of the year, with RBI holding onto the rate cuts  and the slowdown in order flows for most of the corporates in the first half of the year.


Things have however taken a turn for the better in the second half and looking forward we can indeed say that the investor confidence is at its peak. This is despite the fact that the global economic situation is far from perfect. India however remains largely insulated thanks to the fact that there are strong fundamentals backing the markets. India is in fact in a sweet spot as compared to the rest of the emerging economies thanks to the cooling oil prices and commodity prices on the one hand and higher indirect tax revenue that will help the Indian Government meet its fiscal deficit target this year.

  • The consumption theme

In this situation, the one theme that is standing out at this moment is that of “consumption”. The numbers too speak volumes. The BSE Consumer Durable Index  has given nearly 25 % returns from October 2014 to now, while the BSE FMCG Index has delivered returns of nearly 5%. Both these indices have outperformed the BSE Sensex that has given returns of 3.24% in the same time period.

And that is not all as far as statistical evidence is concerned. India is largely a consuming economy with a $1500 per capita income that comes on the base of an economy that is currently valued $1.8 trillion economy. With the per capita income expcted to double before the tturn of the decade, there is expected to be a significant rise in the disposable income of the population at large.

Over the festive season and indeed over the long term, the one segment to look upon as attractive is the “consumer discretionary” segment. Companies in this segment are the big retailers, service oriented companies, consumer durable firms and clothing companies. With interest rates coming down now, the basic cost of import is coming down for most of these companies. This, coupled with lower fuel prices has boosted the confidence of buyers. Investors should however look at the “consumer discretionary” segment to come into its full potential over the next two to three years. Our advice is to study the sector up close from now onwards and increase your stakes gradually rather then going the whole hog right away.

  • Betting on the financial sector

The other sector that we are bullish on is banking. The long and short of it is- when consumption is the dominating theme in the Indian bourses, can finances be far behind? Despite the fact that Indian banks are still bogged down by asset quality woes, there is a definite positive turn in the banking sector as of now. The most obvious reason is the fall in interest rates, the transmission of which start reflecting sooner than later. Though the credit offtake still remains unsatisfactory growing below 10% over the past year or so, this trend may finally change, with the hefty rate cuts.

One can safely say at this point that the large private banks are going to outperform their public sector peers going ahead, as they have their asset quality under control and are being buoyed by the talks of an imprending rise in their FDI limits. The good news is that this time round it is not just the large banks but the smaller wholesale banks that will benefit quite significantly from an interest rate cut.

To conclude therefore, we would like to say that going ahead in the next six months, Indian bourses are looking very attractive and raring to go. With interest rates on the imminent downward jouney, the capex plans are being firmed up by Indian companies and this in turn is giving a boost to the consumption theme that has been India’s dominating trend over the last few years. Therefore, wait no longer! This Diwali season, gear up to gain from the Indian markets. We have already given you the themes that are dominating the markets this festive season. Any other help you need while investing, we at Beeline are more than happy to step in!



Morning Business News Round up_November 05, 2015

Morning Business News :

  • Moody’s downgrades VW due to emissions scandal
  • Govt will unveil big power reforms in couple of days
  • RBI issues operational guidelines for gold bonds
  • 5% rise in indirect tax receipts a huge positive: FM
  • Govt dismisses Moody’s report, calls it opinion of junior analyst
  • India, US discuss measures to deepen capital mkts
  • Alstom in major share buyback after GE deal
  • Volkswagen fails emission tests in India, gets notice
  • Banks step up pressure on Essar Group
  • Bankruptcy panel submits report and draft law
  • IDBI Bank to raise Rs 2,800 cr through a QIP offering
  • Cairn-Vedanta merger now by June 2016, says Group firm
  • Maggi noodles clears final tests, relaunch likely late November
  • Vedanta Resources net loss widens in H1 FY16; halts dividend
  • Rajan defends his speech calling for tolerance, mutual respect
  • S. private sector adds 182,000 jobs in October
  • Reliance Infrastructure to exit cement, roads businesses
  • Tata Comm building world’s largest IoT network in India
  • NSE extends waiver of processing fee for MF distributors

  • Solar tariffs in India hit all-time low of Rs. 4.63
  • Standard Chartered said seeking to sell Essar Global loans
  • Godrej Properties Q2 profit jumps 127%
  • United Spirits to sell French winery by November
  • ONGC to buy into Adani-Welspun’s oil block off Mumbai coast
  • India to remain fastest growing IT market in 2016, says Gartner
  • Services sector growth hits 8-month high in October
  • Cars, SUVs prices to rise by Rs 6,000 to over Rs 6 lakh in Delhi
  • DLF Q2 net profit rises 21% to Rs 131.50 crore
  • Call drops’ Re 1 penalty: Trai, telcos headed for fierce court battle
  • Cognizant Q3 net grows 12% at $397 mn, raises revenue guidance
  • Sebi unlikely to challenge SAT order on SRO issue
  • IOC set to open more border routes to Nepal for supplies
  • Ashok Leyland Q2 profit after tax up 137%
  • France reaffirms 2b euros for 3 cities under smart city plan
  • Bata reports Q2 PAT of Rs 54 cr, turnover at Rs 575 cr
  • India has only 1% total retail sales in digital commerce

Morning Business News Round up_November 03, 2015

Morning Business News :

  • Banks In Better Shape But Npas Still A Concern: Moody’s
  • Adani Enterprises Q2 Net Plunges 40% To Rs 299 Crore
  • Global Economy Stutters As Monetary Stimulus Fails To Spur
  • FTIL, MOCBPL Files Defamation Cases Against Activist Ketan Shah
  • Amtek Auto Ropes In Morgan Stanley As Advisors To Pare Debt
  • Rupee Ends At One-Month Low Against Dollar, Down 32 Paise At 65.59
  • HP Inc Shares Outpace Those Of HPE In First Trades Since Split
  • India Inc’s Sales, Profit Move In Opposite Directions
  • Moody’s Gives Banks Reason To Cheer, Upgrades Outlook To Stable
  • Tata Steel Plans To Build Bridges With Tribals
  • September Core Sector Growth Rises To 3.2%
  • Tata Motors Ropes In Lionel Messi As Global Brand Ambassador
  • Indigo Raises Rs 3,010 Cr In IPO, At Upper End Of Range

  • Eros International Locked In Lower Circuit; Tanks 10%
  • Corporate Tax May Be Pruned Ahead Of Schedule
  • India’s Exports Will Do Relatively Well In 2016, Says UN Report
  • Sensex Ends 98 Points Down; Weak Global Cues, Manufacturing PMI Weigh
  • India’s Manufacturing Output Slips To 22-Month Low In Oct
  • NSE To Auction Investment Limits For Rs. 852 Cr Govt Bonds
  • Aurobindo Board Meet On Nov 6 To Consider 2nd Interim Dividend
  • R-Com Buys Sistema; Over To Reliance Jio To Make It Count
  • United Spirits Posts Rs929 Crore Profit In September Quarter
  • Hyundai’s Domestic Sales Jump Nearly 24% In October
  • OBC Q2 Profit Rises Marginally By 3%
  • Indian Overseas Bank Shares Hit 11-Year Low On Disappointing Q2 Results
  • Nasscom Raises Concerns About UK’s Move To Curb Skilled Visas
  • Fertiliser, Electricity Push Core Sector Growth To 3.2% In Sep
  • India’s Energy Emission Growth At 8.2%, Highest Globally: Pwc
  • Brokerages Downgrade L&T On Weak Order Outlook, Valuation; Shares Fall
  • China Gives Biggest Boost To Its Currency Yuan In A Decade
  • Sovereign Gold Bonds To Attract Investors Over Other Options
  • LIC Nomura MF Plans To Mobilise Rs 200 Cr Via New Scheme
  • Oriental Bank Profit Up Over 3% At Rs 301 Cr
  • Reliance Capital Q2 Net Up 15% At Rs 250 Cr
  • Royal Enfield Aims To Expand Global Footprint


Morning Business News Round up_November 02, 2015

Morning Business News :

  • India World’s 7th Most Valued ‘Nation Brand’
  • Piramal, Tpg, Baring In Race To Acquire Icici Home Fin
  • Ranking Should Have Been Higher In Wb Index: Fm Jaitley
  • India To Emerge As Largest Cotton Producer
  • Nse To Auction Investment Limits For Rs 852 Cr Bonds
  • Rajasthan Attracts Investments Of Over Rs 1.5 Lakh Crore
  • Sun Pharma May Drop Some Non-Strategic Businesses
  • Ruias To Close Essar Steel’s Asset Sale By Fy16-End
  • Govt May Garner Rs 5k Cr From Phase 3 Of Fm Auctions: Crisil
  • Toyota Kirloskar Motor Sells 13,601 Units In Oct 2015
  • Mahindra Posts 20 Per Cent Jump In October Sales
  • Ioc Eyes 5-10% Stake In Russia’s Vankor Oilfield
  • Ndmc Defers Taj Mansingh Auction Yet Again
  • Uttam Galva-Posco Plant Might Start By Feb-End
  • Nse, Bse To Conduct 60-Minute ‘Muhurat Trading’ On Diwali
  • Coffee Day To List Shares On Bse, Nse On Nov 2

  • Nse Extends Concessional Transaction Fee In Equity Derivatives
  • Gold Imports Dip 45.6% To $2.05 Bn In September
  • Court Tells Govt To Decide On Ftil-Nsel Merger By Dec-End
  • India Post Collects Rs. 800 Cr From Cash-On-Delivery Facility
  • Greek Banks Must Find Up To €14.4 Billion After Ecb Stress Test
  • R-Com To Consider Sistema Shyam Tele Merger On Monday
  • Vedanta Seeks Cut In Iron Ore Export Duty, Levies
  • Idfc Posts Larger-Than-Expected Quarterly Loss On Provisions
  • India Unprepared To Tackle Online Data Security: Report
  • Profitability Is Focus Of Infosys’s M&A Strategy
  • Tata Motors Sales Grow 1 Pct To 43,486 Units In October
  • Sebi Attaches 4 Companies Bank, Demat Accounts To Recover Rs 6 Cr
  • Vodafone Accounts Hit By Fraudsters In Uk
  • Royal Enfield Posts 73 Pct Jump In Oct Sales
  • Force India’s Partnership With Sahara Stands Strong: Vijay Mallya
  • Mfs Raise Stake In 260 Bse-500 Firms
  • Fm Hopes For Sustained Low Rates, Inflation Under Control
  • Subsidies Can’t Be Essence Of Survival: Fm
  • Mixed Week For Global Markets On Us Rate Hike Uncertainty
  • Study The Company Well Before Investing In Its Fds