Economic growth in Asia's third largest economy has bottomed out, said the managing director of HDFC Bank, India's second-largest lender in the private sector.» Read More
MUMBAI, Oct 10- Indian shares provisionally ended lower on Wednesday led by a fall in banking stocks including ICICI Bank. ICICI Bank fell 0.95 percent while State Bank of India. Ahead of corporate earnings on Friday, Infosys.
falls 0.64 percent, while the 50- share NSE index is down 0.68 percent, as profit-taking hits private lenders, including ICICI Bank. falls 1.1 percent after gaining 1.14 percent on Tuesday, while HDFC Bank. *Blue chip capital goods stocks also hit by profit-taking: Larsen& Toubro.
*Blue chips that report earnings on Friday lead the fall in India: Infosys. falls 1.4 percent, while HDFC Bank. *Traders still welcomed a government panel report recommending India scrap a law that taxes asset transfers retrospectively.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti's government unexpectedly cut the lowest income tax rates ahead of next year's national election, promising to meet the budget goals it has agreed with the European Union. Italy's Treasury sells 3.0 billion euros 3- month BOTs maturing Jan. 14, 2013 and 8.0 billion euros 12- month BOTs maturing Oct. 14, 2013.
*United Spirits surges on hopes for Diageo deal. MUMBAI, Oct 9- Indian shares recovered on Tuesday from two previous sessions of losses as dented stocks such as Infosys rose, while private banks such as ICICI Bank gained on hopes their quarterly earnings would prove resilient.
gains 1.2 percent, while HDFC Bank. *Pharmaceutical stocks such as Cipla. *Cipla gains 1.5 percent while Lupin.
gains 0.51 percent, while the 50- share NSE index is up 0.48 percent. *Asian shares rise on Tuesday but were capped by concerns over global growth prospects, especially in the world's second-biggest economy China and expected weak U.S. corporate earnings. gains 1.4 percent, while HDFC Bank.
While the Indian stock market lost about 14 percent this year, you’re still looking at an “excellent” growth story, according to Ron Shah, managing partner at Jina Ventures.
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Indian stocks have been sliding since the New Year amid inflation fears but there are still places where investors can get in, said Ron Shah, managing partner at Jina Ventures.
With President Obama visiting the Subcontinent, Ron Shah of Jina Ventures recommends playing these Indian companies in the long-term.
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Indian stocks that trade in the U.S. are up double digits as stock trading in India was halted for the first time because of a surge in stock prices on the big election victory for Prime Minister Singh's Congress Party.
Futures dropped about 5 points as the ADP said 693,000 private sector jobs were lost in December, much greater than the expected loss of 515,000. However, there was a change in methodology that was designed to close the gap between the ADP report and the nonfarm payroll report.
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