Why did only India think RCEP was a threat, Tata Steel in a bullish trend; all this and more on Moneycontrol Pro
Tata Steel is in a bullish trend based on price action, but for the last two trading session, it is closing in the red.
Microgrids are best suited for India as it has one of the largest transmission and distribution losses in the world
Dabur's quarterly result which saw mid-single digit volume growth and moderate margin expansion was in line with Street expectations
Tech Mahindra's shares rallied sharply in the past three months, giving a return of close to 24%, thereby outperforming the IT Index by a wide margin
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Among the 16 nations, why did only India think the RCEP was a threat?
Why did India see the RCEP as a threat to its interests, while the other fifteen nations did not? Surely the governments of the other fifteen nations too are equally bothered about their national interest? What is so different for India, compared to the other fifteen? The answer may lie in competitiveness or rather, the lack of it. Read here to know more.
Tata Power’s foray into microgrids offers hope to the power sector
Microgrids are best suited for India as it has one of the largest transmission and distribution (T&D) losses in the world. In certain areas, nearly 50 percent of the power is lost in T&D losses, mainly on account of theft. Read here to know how microgrids can offer a solution.
Forget Greenspan standard; Draghi sets a new normal
Within nine months of his joining as ECB chief, at a conference in London, Mario Draghi remarked: “Within our mandate, the ECB is ready to do whatever it takes to preserve the euro. And believe me, it will be enough.” These three words from the quote “whatever it takes” became among the most famous words ever uttered by a central banker. Read here to know more about his part in keeping the world economy and markets safe.
Dabur Q2: Volume growth ex-beverages ahead of sector; improving reach key positive
Dabur’s quarterly result which saw mid-single digit volume growth and moderate margin expansion was in line with Street expectations. The company seems to be cruising along well through an unprecedented consumption slowdown. Read here to know our research view on the stock post-results.
Tech Mahindra – Should you buy post the sharp rally?
Tech Mahindra’s shares rallied sharply in the past three months, giving a return of close to 24 percent, thereby outperforming the IT Index by a wide margin. The quarter gone by saw an all-round improved performance. is there more steam left in the stock, or is it time to pocket the gains? Read here for answers.
Oil India: The price move of Oil India during the first couple of weeks has produced the maximum number of bullish prints than in the last 2 years. Read here to know how to trade this move.
Tata Steel: Based on Open Interest data Tata Steel has limited upside potential. Tata Steel is in a bullish trend based on price action, but for the last two trading session, it is closing in the red. Read here to know how to trade this move.
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The England cricket team has not toured Pakistan since 2005 due to security reasons.
England all-rounder Moeen Ali believes Pakistan's decision to honour their commitment to tour England in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic this year played a role.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani believes the successful and event-free conduct of Pakistan Super League 5 has enhanced the image of the country and exuded confidence of hosting more international teams next year.