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Highlights

  • Interest rates can be expected in 2024 to be lower than in 2019.
  • Focus on long-term returns
  • China’s move, PLI schemes, and tax cuts will help Indian manufacturing

Bombay: The Indian stock market has got off to a good start, with Nifty posting the best first week gains of 2.6% this year since 2015. Nifty also outperformed major global markets as US indices underperformed over the past year. the first week of trading in the new year.

To understand the rally and if it will continue, we spoke to Samir Arora, founder of Helios Capital who is currently in the US and shared his observation of inflation which should be seen as a rate hike in us. now expected sooner. He explained that wages in the United States are being increased and supply chain issues are still present.

Regarding liquidity flow and interest rate hikes, a detailed analysis shows that the inflow of around USD 4 billion was mainly in the primary market which goes to private stocks and venture capital, implying that inflows from FIIs are not direct to the equity market. Given these low inflows, it is difficult to say that last year’s rally was a cash-driven rally, however, it can still be seen as positive that India recorded net inflows while other countries recorded exits. Furthermore, it can be expected that even with the interest rate hikes, the interest in 2024 will be lower than it was in 2019, suggesting that the interest rate hike does not. is not a major problem at the moment.

Over the past two years we have seen higher returns and over the past calendar year the Nifty 500 Index has returned 30%. However, Samir focuses more on long-term average returns above other financial assets. He also shared that new technology companies listed have higher valuations and that it will take time to understand how this company will perform in the long term.

Speaking on the benefits to India from moving China, a 2-3% shift in investment flows from China to India will lead to a 10-20% increase in foreign investment in India. These inflows can be a win-win for financial investors as well as for companies looking to diversify the supply chain. These are some major parameters with the PLI schemes and the tax cuts will help the growth of India.

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Fungal farm rotates, finds mushrooms to grow during COVID-19 pandemic http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/fungal-farm-rotates-finds-mushrooms-to-grow-during-covid-19-pandemic/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 18:42:00 +0000 http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/fungal-farm-rotates-finds-mushrooms-to-grow-during-covid-19-pandemic/

MONTREAL – If you start asking Gabriel Vallée about mushrooms, he’ll talk to you – oyster mushrooms, lion’s mane and a host of other types are his priority. He runs the Big Block Mushroom Workshop, an urban mushroom farm just off the northeast corner at the intersection of Highways 15 and 40.

He’s been doing this for almost four years now.

“Growing mushrooms in an urban context requires a lot of ingenuity and a lot of dynamism,” he said.

His mushroom house is in a warehouse on the third floor, and he grows the mushrooms by putting sawdust in plastic bags treated with moisture and sugar to mimic the conditions one would find in a forest. humid.

His urban farm can produce over 100 kilograms of mushrooms per day, and restaurant interest has been strong for most of the farm’s history.

Then COVID struck.

“And the cards have just been reshuffled, where your hand is no longer your hand,” he said. “We had to tap a bit, we had to pivot. “

Montreal restaurants have closed, which means that suddenly the main market for much of its high-end products has dried up for the time being.

According to grocer Patricia Masbourian, who runs Chez Nino, a high-end produce market in Jean-Talon that sells mushrooms from the Valley, it’s a more difficult time for producers than for markets like his. Even though three-quarters of her business is restaurant-focused, she says she can just stop buying products in the short term.

“But they have to grow things,” she emphasizes.

A mushroom’s life cycle is approximately four weeks, which means Vallée still has to pick her harvest, even if there is no restaurant to sell to.

Masbourian points out that during the latest wave of restaurant closings, demand for high-end mushrooms returned as people rediscovered their kitchens.

“People started to eat and cook a lot,” she said. “So it came back very quickly.”

She’s hoping the same will happen this time around, and in the meantime, Vallée has changed the way he sells his wares.

“We prepare marinades,” he said, “and sell dried mushrooms. “

After all, he has over a hundred pounds of varieties like blue oysters just begging to be plucked.

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Lakeland Bancorp, Inc. Completes Merger with 1st Constitution Bancorp http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/lakeland-bancorp-inc-completes-merger-with-1st-constitution-bancorp/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 22:05:00 +0000 http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/lakeland-bancorp-inc-completes-merger-with-1st-constitution-bancorp/

OAK RIDGE, NJ, January 6, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Lakeland Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: LBAI) (“Lakeland”) has announced the acquisition of 1st Constitution Bancorp (NASDAQ: FCCY) (“1st Constitution”) a was completed on January 6, 2022.

Lakeland will issue approximately 14.1 million common shares as part of the transaction. Ordinary shareholders of 1st Constitution will receive 1.3577 ordinary shares of Lakeland for each share of 1st Constitution they own.

Effective January 6, 2022, the wholly owned subsidiary of 1st Constitution, 1st Constitution Bank, merged with Lakeland Bank. As of September 30, 2021, the 1st Constitution had approximately $ 1.91 billion in assets, $ 1.20 billion in loans and $ 1.64 billion in deposits. Acquisition is a significant addition to the Lakeland New Jersey franchise and the combined organization will have more than $ 10 billion in assets and rank fifthe largest bank headquartered in New Jersey. Full systems integration is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2022.

“We are delighted to welcome customers, employees and shareholders of 1st Constitution to the Lakeland team. We look forward to Robert F. Mangano joining our boards, ”said Thomas Shara, President and CEO of Lakeland.

Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, A Stifel Company, acted as financial advisor and Luse Gorman, CP provided legal advice to Lakeland. Raymond James & Associates acted as financial advisor and Day Pitney LLP provided legal advice to 1st Constitution.

About Lakeland Bancorp, Inc.

Lakeland Bancorp, Inc. has an extensive network of branches and commercial lending centers throughout New Jersey and Highland Mills, New York, and provides banking products and services to businesses and individuals. Business services include commercial loans and lines of credit, commercial real estate loans, health services loans, asset loans, equipment financing, small business loans and lines, and management services cash. Consumer services include online and mobile banking, home equity loans and lines, mortgage options and wealth management solutions. Lakeland is proud to be recognized as one of New Jersey’s Top State Banks by Forbes and Statista, rated 5 stars by Bauer Financial, and named one of New Jersey’s 50 Fastest Growing Companies by NJBIZ . As of September 30, 2021, Lakeland had total consolidated assets, total loans, total deposits and total equity of $ 8.17 billion, $ 5.88 billion, $ 6.93 billion and 814 billion. , $ 1 million, respectively.

Cautions Regarding Forward-Looking Information

This press release contains forward-looking statements regarding the proposed merger and the timing of the completion of the merger which are made in reliance on the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The words “anticipate” , “Plans”, “intends”, “believes”, “expects”, “believes”, “is considering”, “may”, “will intend”, “should”, “could ”And other similar expressions are intended to identify such forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are necessarily speculative and speak only as of the date of their publication, and are subject to many assumptions, risks and uncertainties, all of which may change over time. Actual results could differ materially from these forward-looking statements. The following factors, among others, could cause actual results to differ materially and adversely from these forward-looking statements: the extent and duration of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the global economy and market conditions financial and business affairs, results of operations and condition of Lakeland; the outcome of any legal proceedings against Lakeland or the 1st Constitution; failure to realize the efficiency gains and synergies expected from the merger; material adverse changes in Lakeland’s business or earnings; declining economy in Lakeland’s main market; potential unwanted reactions or changes in business relationships or with employees, including those resulting from the announcement or completion of the transaction; the dilution caused by Lakeland’s issuance of additional shares of its share capital as part of the merger; and other factors that may affect Lakeland’s future results. Additional factors that could cause results to differ materially from those described above can be found in Lakeland’s annual report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2020 and in its subsequent quarterly reports on Form 10-Q, including in the respective risk report. The Factors sections of these reports, as well as in subsequent filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”), each of which is filed with the SEC and available in the “Investor Relations” section of the website. Lakeland, www.lakelandbank .com, and in other documents that Lakeland files with the SEC.

Except as required by law, Lakeland assumes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements at any time.

Contact:

Lakeland Bancorp, Inc .:
Thomas J. Shara
President and CEO

Thomas F. Splaine
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IT companies could beat weak third quarter trend with strong numbers http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/it-companies-could-beat-weak-third-quarter-trend-with-strong-numbers/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 01:54:30 +0000 http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/it-companies-could-beat-weak-third-quarter-trend-with-strong-numbers/ Bombay: India’s IT services leaders are expected to release strong figures in the seasonally weak third quarter ended December 31 due to strong customer demand.

IT leader Tata Consultancy Service (TCS) is expected to show traction on major contracts won in the quarter, analysts say, while

should revise upwards its forecasts for the year. is expected to demonstrate gains in its product business over the period October-December.

The strong outlook would come from digital transformation and cloud computing initiatives during the quarter, analysts said.

The fact that three leaders in IT services report their quarterly results on January 12 is also an indicator of their confident performance for the quarter. Level II companies are expected to outperform Level I IT majors, they added.

Despite companies highlighting the normal impact of time off, Tier I IT revenue growth is expected to be strong, with Infosys leading revenue growth at around 4.8% QoQ (quarter over quarter) at constant exchange rates, ”brokerage firm Motilal Oswal said in a note. “HCL Technologies will benefit from the seasonality of P&P (products and platforms) growing by around 4.5% QoQ (CC), followed by

, and TCS.

Tier I providers are expected to generate profit growth of around 11% year-over-year (YoY) and 6% QoQ, according to the brokerage.

TCS and Infosys are expected to post profit growth of 17% and 13% year-on-year, respectively.

HCL Technologies is expected to post a slight decline in profits, while Wipro is expected to post stable growth, he said.

Analysts also expect companies to report some stability in attrition numbers after a few quarters of high attrition, even as the industry expects talent supply constraints to continue. until the first quarter of the next fiscal year. However, with many new entrants to the companies during the third quarter, some stability is expected.

“The margin during the quarter is expected to remain stable on a sequential basis. However, there will be a decline in the year-over-year margin as companies have implemented two rounds of wage hikes since December 2020 to counter attrition, ”noted HDFC Securities. “The main remaining margin hurdles are the higher cost of talent replacement, lower fill rates due to newer hires, and increased discretionary costs. ”

Demand environment remains broad, driven by strong traction for digital, cloud, data analytics, 5G, IoT, cybersecurity and AI, and analysts expect comments on how recent deals are shaping up for businesses.

Despite a lower Total Contract Value (TCV) and more small and medium-sized transactions, India’s relative share of Tier I has improved, Elara Capital said.

Emkay Global Financial Services expects healthy revenue growth momentum to continue in the quarter based on a widespread secular demand environment, with revenue growth of 1.9-3.3% QoQ (2.7 to 4.0% CC) for Level I IT service companies.

The best performance order is expected to be Infosys, TCS, HCL Tech, and Tech Mahindra among the Tier I names. that the companies in our coverage universe experience steady sequential revenue growth based on secular trends in widespread demand, good deals and active mergers and acquisitions. activities, ”according to a memo from Emkay Global.

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nilesh shah sensex 2022: tighten your seatbelt but don’t get off the roller coaster http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/nilesh-shah-sensex-2022-tighten-your-seatbelt-but-dont-get-off-the-roller-coaster/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 00:52:00 +0000 http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/nilesh-shah-sensex-2022-tighten-your-seatbelt-but-dont-get-off-the-roller-coaster/ Equity markets are at a crossroads on Omicron: REITs vs domestic investors, inflation and expectations vs delivery. Omicron appears to have peaked in South Africa without many hospitalizations and death rates. It is wreaking havoc in the United States, Europe and Korea. India has so far held up well against Omicron. There is a benefit to the market if it does not lead to a significant foreclosure / disruption of economic activities.

Suppose it is the other way around, then there will be a downside to the market. India’s massive outperformance against its peers in the MSCI EM Index since March 2020 lows has pushed many REITs to post profits. A few foreign brokerage firms have issued brief calls for profits in India given the valuation gap relative to their peers.

While REITs have continued to invest in primary markets and unlisted stocks, they have sold in the secondary market in recent months. Domestic investors who have made tons of money since the March 20 lows are repeat buyers. If domestic investors absorb the sales of REITs, there is a benefit to the market. Suppose the REITs exhaust the purchases of domestic investors; then there might be downsides. The REIT sale this time is measured, unlike the quick sale like March 20.

Globally, inflation and inflation expectations have increased. After being criticized for “transitory inflation”, the US Fed indicated that it was putting an end to its excessively loose monetary policy by reducing bond purchases and hikes in key rates. The bond market is betting against this by creating a flat yield curve. If inflation is persistent and high, the US Fed will need to take aggressive action, which can negatively impact US and global markets. However, if the bond market prevails or if Omicron forces the US Fed to ignore inflation and focus on growth, there will be a benefit to the market.

Omicron, global inflation and REIT activity, or other factors will continue to impact the market in the near term. Markets will closely monitor the December 21 quarterly results and budget. The ratio of corporate profitability to GDP fell from an average figure in FY08 to a low figure in FY20. It has started an upward journey since then. The Street will closely monitor the quarterly results to ensure this trend continues. We believe the results will exceed expectations and provide downside protection to the market. The FY22 budget brought a healing touch to the economy. The fiscal year 23 budget should accelerate growth and support equitable distribution. Better than expected quarterly results and a pro-growth budget will make the markets more attractive to investors.

Stock selection will be vital to making money during CY22. There are a few pockets of excessive valuation. It will be rewarding to avoid expensive stocks with low float stocks and concentrated holdings. We believe there are a few themes that may outperform during CY22 and beyond:

Industry leaders will outperform their smaller peers as the strong get stronger and the big get bigger.

A company that adopts the digital ecosystem faster and better than its peers will outperform.

Renovation, engineering, capital goods and pharmaceutical companies could outperform the market.

Return expectations should be moderated as this is a reasonably priced market. We recommend that investors maintain a neutral allocation to equities as an asset class, be slightly overweight large caps and slightly underweight small / mid caps. We expect the market to remain a “dips buy market”. There will be volatility / corrections, which an investor will need to capture through disciplined asset allocation.

Tighten your seat belt but stick with the roller coaster. The ride will be extremely pleasant.

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Top 5 shows that gave 100% or more of return to beneficiaries http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/top-5-shows-that-gave-100-or-more-of-return-to-beneficiaries/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 09:20:11 +0000 http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/top-5-shows-that-gave-100-or-more-of-return-to-beneficiaries/

Multibagger IPO: 2021 was a remarkable year for the public issuance segment because out of 63 initial public offerings (IPOs) listed on the Indian stock exchanges, 15 public offers turned out to be a multibagger IPO giving up to 300% return to its beneficiaries. . It is interesting to note that out of these 15 multi-bagger public offerings, 11 issues were small of ??100 to ??600 crores.

Here we list the top 5 multibagger IPOs of 2021:

1]Nureca: The public stake is worth ??The health and wellness products distribution company 100 crore hit primary markets in February with a price range of ??396 to ??400 per share. Nureca shares listed on ??634.95 on BSE and ??615 on the NSE and Nureca share price is today at ??1999 per share on NSE. Thus, the Nureca share price rose more than 300% after listing and returned around 400% to the grantees, with the upper price range of the public offering being ??400 each.

2]Paras Defense and space technologies: Defense and Space Technology stocks were listed on Indian Stock Exchanges on October 1, 2021 at ??475 on BSE and ??469 o0n NSE against its issue price of ??165 to ??175 per share. The public stake is worth ??170.78 crore has given its beneficiaries a stellar return since entering primary markets. The defense stock closed at ??744.50 levels per share on NSE. The stock came under selling pressure after hitting an all-time high of ??1,258.20 levels per share.

3]MTAR Technologies: The public issue of the first national player in precision mechanics arrived on the primary market in March 2021 in a price range of ??574 to ??575 per share. The public offer is worth ??596.41 crore open on BSE at ??1,063.90 and ??1,050 per share on NSE. MTAR Technologies share closing price at ??2,461 on NSE on Dec.31, 2021, about 150% higher than its listing price as its share price is nearly 4.28 times its upper price range of ??175 per share.

4]Laxmi organic industries: The specialty chemicals manufacturing company’s public offering reached primary markets in March 2021 in a price range of ??129 to ??130 per share. Laxmi Organic shares listed on ESB at ??156.20 while it is listed on NSE at ??155.50 levels per share. The Laxmi Organic share price today is ??431.25 per share on NSE, up approximately 200% from its quote price and approximately 3.30 times from its upper price range of ??130 per share.

5]Easy Trip Planners nor EaseMyTrip: The public issue of India’s second-largest online travel agency by gross revenue hit Indian primary markets in March 2021 in a price range of ??186 to ??187 per share. The public stake is worth ??510 crore listed on BSE at ??206 while listed on NSE at ??212.25 per share. The EaseMyTrip share price today is ??538.50, or approximately 2.60 times its quotation price while it is 2.90 times its issue price.

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Market for intelligent conference management software to experience amazing growth by 2030 – Industrial IT http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/market-for-intelligent-conference-management-software-to-experience-amazing-growth-by-2030-industrial-it/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 16:24:51 +0000 http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/market-for-intelligent-conference-management-software-to-experience-amazing-growth-by-2030-industrial-it/

A new market research from jcmarketresearch.com, the Global Intelligent Conference Management Software Market, is expected to show considerable growth in the coming years. Analysts also analyzed current trends in Intelligent conference management software and growth opportunities in industries. These shareholders include the following outdoor advertising manufacturers: Ex Ordo, EasyChair, EventTitans, Eventbrite, Doo, Aventri, idloom, onlive, EventBank, Ungerboeck. The world Intelligent conference management software The market research report provides a picture of the competitive landscape of the international market. The report conveys the details resulting from the analysis of the targeted market. Initially, the Intelligent conference management software The market report shares key aspects of the industry with the details of the impact and Intelligent conference management software industry experts maintain a survey consistent with innovative trends, market share and costs.

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The main sources are mainly industry experts in the main and related industries and manufacturers involved in all sectors of the industry supply chain. The bottom-up approach is used to plan the market size of Intelligent conference management software based on end user industry and region in terms of value / volume. Using data, we support primary market through three-dimensional survey procedure and first interview and data verification by expert phone, determine individual market share and size, and confirm with this study .

Top Companies Covered By The Report: Ex Ordo, EasyChair, EventTitans, Eventbrite, Doo, Aventri, idloom, onlive, EventBank, Ungerboeck

Segment by Type – Cloud Based – On Premises Segment by Application – Small and Medium Business (SMB) – Large Business

Regional analysis:
• North America
• Europe
• Asia Pacific
• Latin America
• Middle East and Africa

Key research:
The main sources are industry experts Intelligent conference management software industry, including management organizations, processing organizations, and analytical service providers that address the value chain of industry organizations. We surveyed all major sources to collect and certify qualitative and quantitative information and to determine future prospects. The qualities of this study in industry experts in the industry, such as CEO, vice president, marketing director, chief technology and innovation officer, founder and key executives of key companies and institutions in the main biomass waste containers around the world in the extensive primary research conducted for this study We interviewed to acquire and verify both sides and quantitative aspects.

The research provides answers to the following key questions:
1) Who are the main competitors in the intelligent conference management software market?
Here is the list of players: Ex Ordo, EasyChair, EventTitans, Eventbrite, Doo, Aventri, idloom, onlive, EventBank, Ungerboeck

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Geographically, this report is segmented into several key regions, consumption, revenue (USD Million), market share and growth rate of Intelligent Conference Management Software in these regions, from 2021 to 2030 (forecast), covering North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, MEA and rest of the world.

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Contents
Global Intelligent conference management software Market research report 2021-2030, by manufacturers, regions, types and applications

1 Study coverage
1.1 Intelligent conference management software product
1.2 Key market segments in this study
1.3 Key Manufacturers Covered
1.4 Smart Conference Management Software Market by Type
1.5 Smart Conference Management Software Market by Application
1.6 Study objectives
1.7 years taken into account

2 Executive summary
2.1 Global Production of Smart Conference Management Software
2.2 Growth Rate of Smart Conference Management Software (CAGR) 2021-2030
2.3 Analysis of the competitive landscape
2.4 Market Drivers, Trends and Issues

3 Smart Conference Management Software Market Size by Manufacturers
3.1 Smart Conference Management Software Production by Manufacturers
3.2 Smart Conference Management Software Revenue by Manufacturers
3.3 Smart Conference Management Software Price by Manufacturers
3.4 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

4 Intelligent Conference Management Software Production by Regions
4.1 Global Smart Conference Management Software Production by Regions
4.2 United States
4.3 Europe
4.4 China
4.5 Japan
4.6 Rest of the world

5 Smart Conference Management Software Consumption by Regions
5.1 Global Smart Conference Management Software Consumption by Regions
5.2 North America
5.2 Mexico
5.3 Europe
5.4 Asia-Pacific
5.5 Central and South America
5.6 Middle East and Africa

6 Market size by type
6.1 Global Smart Conference Management Software Breakdown Data by Type
6.2 Global Smart Conference Management Software Revenue by Type
6.3 Smart Conference Management Software Price by Type

7 Intelligent Conference Management Software Market Size by Application
7.1 Overview
7.2 Global Dada Smart Conference Management Software Distribution by Application

8 manufacturer profiles

9 Production forecasts
9.1 Smart Conference Management Software Production and Revenue Forecast
9.2 Smart Conference Management Software Production and Revenue Forecast by Regions
9.3 Major Producers Forecast of Smart Conference Management Software

9.4 Forecast by type

10 Consumption forecast
10.1 Consumption Forecast by Application
10.2 Smart Conference Management Software Consumption Forecast by Regions
10.3 North America Market Consumption Forecast
10.4 European Market Consumption Forecast
10.5 Asia-Pacific Market Consumption Forecast
10.6 Central and South America Market Consumption Forecast
10.7 Middle East & Africa Market Consumption Forecast

11 Analysis of upstream, industrial chain and downstream customers
11.1 Upstream Market Analysis of Intelligent Conference Management Software
11.2 Analysis of Smart Conference Management Software Industry Chain
11.3 Marketing and distribution
11.4 Intelligent Conference Management Software Distributors
11.5 Intelligent Conference Management Software Clients

12 Opportunities and challenges, threats and factors affecting
12.1 Market opportunities
12.2 Market challenges
12.3 Porter’s five forces analysis

13 main conclusions

14 Annex
14.1 Research methodology
14.2 Author details
14.3 Disclaimer

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Sebi approves introduction of special funds for investment in stressed assets http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/sebi-approves-introduction-of-special-funds-for-investment-in-stressed-assets/ Tue, 28 Dec 2021 19:45:00 +0000 http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/sebi-approves-introduction-of-special-funds-for-investment-in-stressed-assets/

The regulator has stated that the minimum investment by an investor can be 10 crore, while it can be ₹ 5 crore in the case of an accredited investor, and that the minimum corpus will be ₹ 100 crore.

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), at its board meeting on Tuesday, approved the introduction of special situation funds (SSF) for investments limited to only stressed assets with a minimum corpus of 100 crore . SSFs will be introduced in Category I of alternative investment funds as a sub-category, the regulator said.

SSFs may invest in stressed assets such as stressed loans available for acquisition in accordance with Reserve Bank of India guidelines, 2021, or as part of a resolution plan approved under the Insolvency Code and bankruptcy, 2016. In addition, they may invest in securities received. issued by Asset Reconstruction Companies (ARCs) and troubled company securities, Sebi said.

The regulator has stated that the minimum investment by an investor can be 10 crore, while it can be ₹ 5 crore in the case of an accredited investor, and that the minimum corpus will be ₹ 100 crore. The newly announced funds will be exempt from the concentration standard of investments in a single issuing company and there will be no restriction on the investment of their funds invested in unlisted or listed securities of the issuing company.

The overall size of the AIF industry exceeded 5 lakh crore at the end of September, according to data available from Sebi. Analysts say investors are betting on several investments in addition to traditional investments. The AIF industry is also expected to grow in the coming years and could reach around 30 lakh crore over the next 10 years, according to a report.

The regulator has also made changes to other regulations, including stricter standards for primary markets, approving the closure of mutual funds and streamlining settlement regulations.

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MARKETS: Sensex, Nifty remain restless; The most affected private banks http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/markets-sensex-nifty-remain-restless-the-most-affected-private-banks/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 05:41:16 +0000 http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/markets-sensex-nifty-remain-restless-the-most-affected-private-banks/

Markets at 11 a.m.

LIVE Market Updates: Benchmarks largely recovered from the morning’s losses but remained volatile. The Sensex BSE was at 57,114, down 10 points, and the Nifty 50 continued to stay below 17,000, at 16,994.

The BSE MidCap index was almost 0.3% lower, due to losses from RBL Bank, Lodha, UBL, Endurance, JSW Energy, Jindal Steel, Gujarat Gas.

The SmallCap Index, on the other hand, was in the green up 0.13%.

The Nifty Private Bank Index was the biggest loser, down 1.1%. Bandhan Bank, IndusInd, IDFC First, RBL Bank led the losses.

That aside, shares of Kabra Extrusion Technik hit a new all-time high of Rs 412.70, as they rallied 16% on BSE in Monday’s intraday trading after the company announced a capital expenditure plan (capex) of up to Rs. 100 crore for the expansion of the battery division. READ MORE.


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Live Markets Update: Frontline indices were down from the day’s lows after partially recovering losses. The Sensex BSE was down 73 points to 57,051, while the Nifty50 edged down to 16,978, down 25 points.

Among the indices, with the exception of pharma (0.75%) and health (0.6%), the rest traded negatively on the NSE. Real estate and private banking indices were down 1% each. All of the larger Indies were also in the red zone.

The volatility index rose nearly 6 percent, suggesting a sense of weakness among investors.

Of the Sensex-30 components, only PowerGrid, M&M, Dr Reddy’s Lab, Sun Pharma, HDFC, Kotak Bank and NTPC were positive.

New list

The adhesives and sealants company HP Adhesives has made a decent start in the market, with its shares listed at Rs 319, a 16% premium over its issue price of Rs 274 per share on the market. ‘ESB. The stock opened at Rs 315, 15 percent higher than its issue price on the National Stock Exchange (NSE). READ MORE.
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Opening bell

LIVE Market Updates: Benchmarks opened lower on Monday amid weak sentiment. The Sensex BSE traded at nearly 500 points to hit a level of 56,618 while the Nifty50 was at 16,891, down 158 points.

In the larger markets, the BSE MidCap and SmallCap indices were also in the red zone, trading down 1%.

Among the individual actions that make up the Sensex, IndusInd Bank, Bajaj Finance, Bajaj Finserv, Asian Paints, Maruti Suzuki and Axis Bank were among the biggest losers who slipped 0.7 percent to 4.6 percent.

RBL Bank lost 15 percent to Rs 146 levels after the bank said over the weekend that Vishwavir Ahuja, its managing director and managing director, had gone on leave after the Reserve Bank of India appointed Yogesh K Dayal as director additional from the bank. The action for RBL is important in light of the problems faced by private lenders like YES Bank and Lakshmi Vilas Bank last year. READ MORE HERE

Global indices

Asian stock markets were generally weaker with U.S. crude in trade cleared Monday as uncertainty over the economic impact of the Omicron coronavirus variant weighed on investor sentiment. Japan’s Nikkei lost 0.20% while South Korea’s Kospi lost 0.11%.

Mainland Chinese stocks, however, were mixed, with the Shanghai benchmark slipping 0.37%, but a blue chip index edged up 0.05%. Australia, Hong Kong and Great Britain are among the markets closed on Monday for public holidays. READ HERE

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Pre-open session

LIVE Market Updates: Benchmarks suggest a weak start for Indian markets. The Sensex BSE was down almost 170 points to the 56,956 level, while the Nifty50 was at 16,923, down 80 points.

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LIVE Market Updates:

In the absence of clear indications from the global market and growing concerns over Omicron, benchmarks are expected to open timidly on Monday. Investor sentiment may remain low as several states such as Delhi, Karnataka and Maharashtra apply new restrictions due to the increase in Covid-19 cases.

Financial stocks are likely to be in the spotlight, after the RBI accepted the recommendation of an internal task force (IWG) to allow non-promoters to hold up to 15% in sector banks private.

New list

HP Adhesives is about to make its market debut today. The gray market premium indicates a price gain of around 20 to 25% for the share.

In the Primary market, Travel service provider TBO Tek Ltd has filed a preliminary prospectus with capital markets regulator Sebi to raise Rs 2,100 crore through an initial public offering. The public offering includes a new issue of shares up to Rs 900 crore and an offer to sell valued at up to Rs 1,200 crore by existing promoters and investors.

Global indices

Asian market signals were mixed this morning. China’s Shanghai Composite and Taiwan indices rose 0.2% and 0.3% respectively, while Nikkei and Kospi fell 0.2% each. The Straits Times was flat.

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What GMP reports before the shares are listed http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/what-gmp-reports-before-the-shares-are-listed/ Sat, 25 Dec 2021 04:59:36 +0000 http://www.eqmusclerelease.com/what-gmp-reports-before-the-shares-are-listed/

HP Adhesives’ IPO date is fast approaching. According to the information available on the ESB website, HP Adhesives shares will be listed and admitted to trading on NSE and ESB in the “T” securities group list on December 27, 2021. As it is less two days for the listing of HP Adhesives, the gray market is also giving signals regarding the gain of HP Adhesives listing. HP Adhesives shares are trading at a premium of ??80 on the gray market today.

HP IPO GMP Adhesives

According to market observers, HP Adhesives IPO GMP is today ??80, which is ??15 more than his gray market premium of yesterday of ??65. Market watchers added that the HP Adhesives share price has been able to maintain its premium on the gray market in around ??60 to ??90 for the past week which reflects the downturn in the company’s gray market shares. They said the recent positive sentiment in primary markets has helped HP Adhesives stocks maintain their position in the gray market. They said the gray market premium of HP Adhesives IPO in such a range signals a moderate listing for the public issue.

What does this BPF mean?

Market watchers have said that GMP is nothing more than an expected listing gain from a particular public issue. How HP Adhesives IPO GMP is today ??80, this means that the gray market expects the IPO of HP Adhesives to be around 354 ( ??274 + ??80), which is about 30 percent above its upper price range of ??274 per share.

However, stock market experts argued that one should not rely too much on GMP as it is unofficial data, which is completely unregulated. They said that it is the company’s balance sheet that gives a concrete picture of the financial health of the company and that, therefore, one should rely on the financial data of the company rather than GMP.

Highlighting of the fundamentals concerning the IPO of HP Adhesives; Abhay Doshi, Founder of UnlistedArena.com, said: “HP Adhesive is a multi-product, multi-category adhesives and sealants company for the general public. PVC solvent is their largest product category. Their turnover increased by 23.75% between fiscal years 20 and 21. The company has expansion plans, but there is intense competition from the unorganized segment and its listed counterpart is in a dominant position, aggregating more than 65% of the market share. “

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