Kharif output may take big hit: Experts

There is a 52.98% % deficit in the sowing area, from 99.73 million hectares in 2021 to 46.897 million hectares as on August 12, according to data on the agriculture ministry’s National Food Security Mission website.

Dogecoin surges 50% in three weeks. Look, what sparked the rally!

Dogecoin is technologically becoming competitive with Ethereum due to the launch of Dogechain, said Sathvik Vishwanath, Co-Founder and CEO, Unocoin.The blockchain use cases such as DeFi (decentralised finance) and NFTs (non-fungible tokens) can be built on this.

FPIs stock holding slips 14% to $523 bn in Jun quarter: Report

“During the quarter ended June 2022, the value of FPI investments in Indian equities fell by 14 per cent to USD 523 billion from USD 612 billion recorded in the previous quarter,” the report noted.As of June 2021, the value of FPI investments in Indian equities was USD 592 billion.FPIs’ contribution to Indian equity market […]

Hunt smallcaps Peter Lynch style. 5 stock ideas to begin with

Peter Lynch is best known for growth at a reasonable price approach to investing. He is often associated with the PEG ratio which measures PE ratios in relation to growth rates. Using a screener from MarketSmith India which filters out stocks based on Lynch’s philosophy, we have shortlisted 5 stocks that are trading below average […]

Stocks to buy today: 8 short-term trading ideas by experts for 17 August

“Though Nifty paused on Tuesday at 17,835, we are not convinced that Nifty has topped out. This encourages us to continue riding the 18,200 view, but with VIX slipping, trading ranges are indeed shrinking,” Anand James – Chief Market Strategist at Geojit Financial Services, said.

Gold flat as investors await cues from Fed minutes

Meanwhile, production at U.S. factories increased more than expected last month, as output rose at motor vehicle plants and elsewhere, pointing to underlying strength in manufacturing despite ebbing business confidence.

Sebi questions ‘senior-junior’ fund deals by non-bank lenders

Over the past two years, some of the large non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) have transferred real estate and other wholesale loan exposures at the first hint of stress to new alternative investment funds (AIFs) that they set up in partnership with PEs and asset managers.