Bajaj Finance's consolidated liquidity surplus stood at Rs 15,800 crore as of March 2020. Its liquidity position remains very strong. CP borrowing stood at less the Rs 2,000 crore with maturity over next 3 months. The undrawn line of credit stands at Rs 2,500 crore," the brokerage added. … [Read more...] about Bajaj Finance could report double-digit growth in Q4 earnings
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“Strong balance sheet with superior return ratios along with robust cash flow conversion and a long runway for growth provides us comfort on its valuations. We stay positive on the stock and expect a 28-30% upside in the next 10-12 months,” it said. … [Read more...] about Post-COVID scenario: This digital technology firm could be a big beneficiary
Rajesh Magow, Group CEO, MakeMytrip, opens up to Network18's Kartik Malhotra on varied issues from cost control to a complete rethink of the business strategy as well as a glimpse into the future of air and rail travel. … [Read more...] about Hello, This is… | How long will it take for the tourism sector to bounce back?
The World Economic Forum’s annual study on gender parity supports this hypothesis. As per the listing of the forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2020, which ranks countries in terms of their gender equality performance, those that have fought the pandemic most effectively — Norway, Finland, Iceland, New Zealand and Germany — are all led by women and rank high on the list. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 | That women leaders are faring better is simplistic and flawed thinking
Here, we already know there are bounds that get more or less defined once a couple of gyrations are in place. Just to reaffirm this set-up, we can resort to reading Options Open Interest of Nifty and more often than not we would find these bounds populated with heavy put participation at lower bound and call participation at upper bound. (FYI: Look at 9000 Put OI in Nifty now). To trade this, we should take a Synthetic Option route. How? Well, the answer is simple. … [Read more...] about ‘Use options to bet against or in favour of ongoing consolidation’