M&M’s automotive segment is likely to witness challenges due to the increase in competitive intensity and BS-VI implementation. Nonetheless, we believe that these concerns are largely factored in and the core business is available at attractive valuations.Ramco Cements: … [Read more...] about Experts track economy-related sectors ahead of Budget; 15 stocks to focus on
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Lupin share price dips 4% after USFDA issues observations for Vizag facility Bharti Airtel share price hits 52-week high, on course to extend gains into third session in a row D-Street Buzz: TCS shed 2% post Q3 results, IOC at 15-month low, Power Grid jumps 3% … [Read more...] about L&T Infotech shares jump almost 7%, hit 52-week high ahead of Q3 results
“Shareholders have expectations of certain return on their investments and the management should try and meet that, irrespective of the annual profit. For large oil companies, borrowing some amount to pay dividend is not a bad idea,” the executive said.Get access to India's fastest growing financial subscriptions service Moneycontrol Pro for as little as Rs 599 for first year. Use the code "GETPRO". Moneycontrol Pro offers you all the information you need for wealth creation including actionable investment ideas, independent research and insights & analysis For more information, check out the Moneycontrol website or mobile app. … [Read more...] about Government asks oil PSUs to pay Rs 19,000 crore dividend: Report
But it was the beauty bloggers whose portfolios beat the index by a full 10 percent.But the beauty bloggers smashed it, beating cows, pros, astrologer and the index with a 10% return over the period. This despite not knowing any of the companies, even Norsk Hydro (one of the oldest and biggest in Norway) pic.twitter.com/veBOe55olH … [Read more...] about In stock-picking match between pros, an astrologer, beauty bloggers, and cows, guess who won?
The Ringification of the neighborhood My neighbors—on each side of my house and across the street—all use Amazon’s Ring doorbell. This sometimes raises opportunities to measure my commitment to privacy. For several nights in a row this past summer, some kids (I assume) were egging cars on our block. Eventually it was my “turn,” and I woke up to my neighbor knocking on my door to inform me that my car had been egged. He said he had footage from the incident captured by his Ring, and that, if I wanted, he could send it to the police. I thanked him, but politely declined the offer. I live in Dearborn, Michigan, which has the largest population of Muslims in the United States, and I am certainly not going to involve the police when there’s a strong possibility that it might endanger a Muslim kid over a problem that can be solved with white vinegar. Surveillance often encourages “solutions” that far outstrip the level of the infraction. … [Read more...] about The two faces of the smart city