Balrampur Chini: Exports & Ethanol Growth story

Like all major sugar stocks, Balrampur Chini Mills Ltd expects growth on account of higher ethanol growth, increase in exports & prices.

Results Update: A Quick View

Results updates of all companies from the IT Sector, Steel Sector and Real Estate Sector:…

Stocks with Increasing Gross Profit Margin %

LIST OF COMPANIES WITH INCREASING GROSS PROFIT MARGIN % CONSISTENTLY IN LAST 5 YEARS The…

Oberoi Realty: Realty Sector foresees growth?

Oberoi Realty holds good brand reputation & track record. The company is low debt & holds good cash reserves. Foresees realty industry growth.

Manappuram: 2nd largest Standalone Gold Loan Co.

Manappuram Finance has a strong brand and reputation in south India (particularly Kerala and Tamil Nadu). The Company is the 2nd largest gold financing NBFC, has created a niche by focusing on its core clients having low/middle income, largely unbanked households and shorter duration products.

Mindtree Ltd: IT Stock to look into

Mindtree continues to be a strategic investment for L&T as reflected in increasing share of IT & technology business. Know about this IT stock from this detailed research article.

Textile Stocks: What to Analyze before Investing?

Textile stocks like Vardhman textiles, Nitin Spinners are largest yarn players. Know what you should research for stock investing.

Britannia, Dabur, Godrej, Nestle, HUL: Kingpins

Dabur India enjoys 40% Market Share in the Market in its Dabur Honey Product. On the other hand, Britannia Industries is the Market Leader in the Biscuit Market and holds a share of 33% in the Market.

Tata Elxsi: Should you Invest in this IT Stock?

Tata Elxsi is focussing more on offshore business due to the travel restrictions & also benefiting from higher business from broadcast & communication vertical with increasing traction seen in OTT players & devices (like set-top boxes etc).

City Union Bank: Growing SME loans

Loan book growth of City Union Bank is more than 17% p.a. Focus is on Growing gold loans at a rapid pace & corporate loans at a slower pace.