Will economy pick up in second half of the year, SEBI plans to bring in intra-day trading rules; all this and more on Moneycontrol Pro

  • Growth in GDP at current prices at 7.5 percent is projected to be the lowest since 1975-76

  • The market regulator, SEBI, is reportedly planning to bring in rules to curb intra-day trading

  • A new trend of FMCG companies giving pre-result updates helps prepare investors for what’s in store during the quarter

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Six questions from the government’s growth estimate for 2019-20

The advance estimates for 2019-20 are in. Growth in GDP at current prices at 7.5 percent is projected to be the lowest since 1975-76. Will the economy pick up in the second half of the year? What’s the government doing about it? For answers to these questions and a detailed analysis of what the GDP numbers mean for investors, click here.

 Will economy pick up in second half of the year, SEBI plans to bring in intra-day trading rules; all this and more on Moneycontrol Pro

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What do SEBI’s intra-day margining rules mean for you?

The market regulator, SEBI, is reportedly planning to bring in rules to curb intra-day trading the way we know it. Trading will be allowed only to the extent of money the client deposits with his broker—in essence, the margining rules will be the same for delivery trades and intra-day trades. What does this mean for traders and the equity markets at large? Read more.

FMCG: What investors can expect in the earnings season

A new trend of FMCG companies giving pre-result updates helps prepare investors for what’s in store during the quarter. This means there are fewer negative surprises but there could be positive ones such as a higher than expected profit growth. Companies typically sketch out the business environment of the quarter but don’t share numbers or details. How should investors interpret this info? Read more.

Shriram Transport Finance: To buy or wait?

Our independent research team had recommended buying Shriram Transport Finance in early September 2019 at the price of Rs 980 and the stock has delivered a return of 14.4 percent since then outperforming the Nifty return of 11 percent over this period. Amid the economic gloom and significant stress in the commercial vehicles (CV) sector, the company so far has managed to keep its head above water. What should investors do now? Read more.

GM Breweries: No cheer in Q3 FY20 numbers

The fiscal third-quarter earnings of Maharashtra-based country liquor manufacturer GM Breweries turned out to be disappointing on all fronts. Margins continued to remain weak due to inflationary cost pressures. The decline in revenues was a negative surprise. The stock has declined 40 percent in the past 12 months. What should investors do? Read more.

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Updated Date: Jan 08, 2020 15:03:54 IST