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Official handle of Mint's Mark to Market team; for commentary on the economy, financial markets and stocks
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 15
Grasim's holding company status and the capital commitments that entails pose a concern for investors
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 15
Shares of Page Industries Ltd, maker of Jockey garments, lost about 11% in the last two trading sessions. What the numbers say
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 15
Investors would look for confirmations about the profitability of private sector insurers in the coming quarters to take a call on their valuations
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 15
Future Retail Q2: sales growth recovered, margins improved by a bit but even then overall performance not too impressive
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 14
Unless demand sees noticeable recovery and helps Mahindra spread costs, chances are profitability will remain subdued in the near term
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 14
'...vagaries of the commodity cycle and government ownership means that not many investors may get excited about the low valuations'
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 14
The insolvency process under the IBC is already slowing down. The last thing it needs is successful bidders reneging on their commitments
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 14
'It’s quite likely that a more aggressive stance from Vodafone Idea will make the market share battle uglier...'
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 14
Replying to @ONLYNITIN
Yet to be accounted for...
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 14
When Idea Cellular announced its merger with Vodafone India, it alone had a quarterly Ebitda of Rs2190 crore. Now, the two companies together have reported an Ebitda of Rs980 crore.
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 13
Ashok Leyland suffers collateral damage: Tight liquidity conditions and the resultant squeeze on finance companies means that sales have hit the slow lane
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 13
In which talks about how bond markets don't forgive easily and have a long memory to boot
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 13
HDFC MF has benefited from not having exposure to troubled names ChartOfTheDay
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 13
Investors will need much more to stay hooked on to Jet Airways. This is the third consecutive quarter that it has posted losses of over ₹1,000 crore
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 13
Problem with exalted status regulators give..
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 12
Bank of India is the fifth lender among the 11 under PCA to report September quarter results, and the signs are mixed
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 12
In a chart: Deflation in the agricultural sector is a sign of continuing farmer distress
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 12
Titan's investors seem to have focused on the brighter parts of its results--healthy sales growth and an upbeat management outlook
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 12
India Cements: the volume recovery narrative is finding takers but the trickle down to earnings growth is another story altogether
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Mint Mark to Market Nov 11
What is the government risking in making such an imprudent advance towards the central bank?
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