By the announcement of this Budget, ESOPs and private placements have been put under grey area as there is no explicit clarity over the exemption from long-term capital gains arising upon transfer of these shares by the holder of such shares. This will lead to dilution of the basic idea of wealth creation and retention of employees by granting ESOPs to them. They will not get any benefit by opting and holding ESOPs for a longer period. … [Read more...] about Will Budget 2017-18 render ESOPs unattractive?
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Given that Indian insurers have the potential to model their offerings in a manner that it is relevant to an individual, it is important for customers to evaluate certain aspects of the health plan they would like to purchase for two primary reasons. One to ensure that they do not face any inconvenience when it comes to claim. Two so that they can reap all the benefits offered by their provider that will not only help them live a healthier life but save on the out-of-pocket expenses towards healthcare. … [Read more...] about Beyond the bill: It’s time we start looking at health insurance as an investment
"Steady decline in moratorium book, reduction in SMA numbers and improving collection trend has eased pressure on asset quality. While we remain watchful of the trends ahead as customer activation rate is still at 67 percent against 80 percent under normal circumstances, we expect collection trends to improve gradually as guided by the management," said Motilal Oswal. … [Read more...] about AU Small Finance Bank shares fall 2%; brokerages express mixed views on road ahead
Long addition can be looked at as creation of Bullish expectations, Short additions could be inferred as creation of Bearish expectations. On the other hand, Long Unwinding could be taken as an indication of reduction on bullish bias or Bullishness turning Neutral, while with Short Covering the indication could be reduction in Pessimism and expectation of a Respite if not a Reversal. … [Read more...] about Unveil the directional bias with open interest analysis: Shubham Agarwal
And this time it was really unlikely to experience a pre-Budget rally. But during the month of January, till date Sensex has given a return of 2.8 percent. This is in spite of India having a muted view in the global market and was expected to have a volatile start in 2017. This was due to global factors like aggressiveness of FED rate hike, continued boldness in international commodity prices, implication of Trump-economics and slowdown in China which are less attractiveness factor for emerging markets. … [Read more...] about Market will be happy if FM keeps a fiscal target of 3.5% in FY18