Saturday, 21 September 2019

GST rate cut on room tariffs; Double bonanza

*Hotels: GST rate cut on room tariffs; Double bonanza (Corp + GST cut)*

• FM today provided bonanza to corporates with reduction in tax rate from 34.3% to 25.2%.
• *GST council has provided another booster shot.* 
• *GST rates on room tariffs has been reduced as under*
*ADR upto*
Rs 1,000 – nil
Rs 1,000-Rs 7500 – from 18% to 12% and
Rs 7,500+ - from 28% to 18%
• *This should help Hoteliers to stimulate demand and consequently raise tariffs.* 
• Tax rates on hotels especially in the luxury segment had been one of the highest in India. 
• Government focus to boost domestic and inbound tourism (large gross foreign exchange earner of ~Rs 2tn) is constructive. 
• *GST cut as positive for all the branded hotel companies viz. IHCL, Lemon Tree, EIH and Chalet.*
• *After three consecutive years of healthy demand (likely minor blip in FY20 due to slowdown till now), it would be surprising if Hotel cos fail to capitalize on ARR growth.*

Friday, 20 September 2019

Indian Equity Sensex Jumps over 1500 pts

#Niftyfuture have made high of 550 pts in one go after the stimulus package announced by FM as Major cut in corporate taxes to ensure the growth and making FPIs happy on change in investing structure in India as corporate!
Major contributors are as follows:

This is certainly a positive move from the government in terms of continue on  reforms to ensure growth!  Good news for corporate and Equity 
But Setback for Bond Market! 
Will posting the detail impact of the move in next post! 
Have a great day!

India Announced New Corporate Tax Structure

India Govt announces Stimulus package in the form of changing the corporate tax structure, Details of the announcement as follows as per my view and understanding.

• A domestic company can pay income tax at 22% if they don't seek any exemption or incentives
• Effective Tax Rate 25.17% inclusive of all surcharges and cess for such domestic companies
• Such companies also not required to pay Minimum Alternative Tax
• Companies availing exemptions can opt to pay tax of 22% after the exemption period is over
• Enhanced surcharge announced in Budget shall not apply on capital gains arising on sale of any securities including derivatives in the hands of foreign portfolio investors
• The govt expects to widen tax basket with lower tax rate
• Buybacks pre-July 5 exempted from buyback tax
• For new manufacturing companies that start production before March 2023 and incorporated on or after 1st October 2019, corporate tax rate brought down to 15% from 25%.
• Enhanced surcharge announced in Budget not to apply on capital gains arising on sale of equity share in a company or a unit of an equity oriented fund or a unit of a business trust liable for STT
• MAT for companies that want to use tax exemptions cut to 15% from 18.5%
• Companies can opt for lower tax rate after expiry of tax holidays and concessions that they are availing now.


Thursday, 19 September 2019


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Friday, 13 September 2019

Lenders to Altico Capital

Default of 15 cr despite having cash in hand! 
Is this begging of new trend of defaulters.
HDFC and bajajfinance trading at 6X and 8x . Let's see how it would impact in the market. 
Will publish the my understanding on same later on facts or media hype!
Published as received!
#indiarating& research!

Thursday, 18 April 2019

Reliance Result highlights

Reliance Jio
Reliance result

RIL HIGHLIGHTS • Record net profit of ₹ 39,588 crore, up 13.1%

• Highest ever PBDIT of ₹ 92,656 crore, up 26.8%

• Record earnings for Petrochemicals, Retail and Digital services

• Jio crossed 300 million subscriber, ₹ 15,000 crore EBITDA milestones

• Retail crossed ₹ 100,000 crore revenue, 10,000+ stores milestones

• Record Quarterly Net Profit of ₹ 10,362 crore, up 9.8% YoY

• Demerger of tower and fibre assets of Jio completed

• Completed acquisition of Den Networks Limited and Hathway Cable and Datacom Limited

Energy Business

• Record Annual Petrochemical Segment EBIT at ₹ 32,173 crore, up 51.9%

• Highest ever petrochemical volumes at 37.7MMT, up 16%

• FY19 Refining EBIT of ₹ 19,868 crore, GRM $ 9.2/bbl, $4.3/bbl above Singapore Complex Margins

• 4QFY19 GRM $8.2/bbl, $5.0/bbl over Singapore Complex Margin


• Retail revenue up 89% to ₹ 130,566 crore

• Record Retail EBIT of ₹ 5,546 crore, up 169% YoY

• Retail now has 10,415 stores with reach across 6,600+ towns and cities, area of over 22 Mn sq. ft.


• EBITDA of ₹ 15,102 crore, up 2.25x on YoY basis, EBITDA margin of 38.9%

• Net profit of ₹ 2,964 crore

• India’s largest wireless data subscriber base (306.7 Mn as of 31 March)

• 10.9 GB per user per month; highest voice consumption per sub at 823 minutes per month

• Likely highest ARPU in the industry at Rs 126 per month in 4QFY19

Friday, 17 August 2018

Buy Sell for tomorrow stocks NSE

Stock shorts and long on trending bases for tomorrow trades.

Stock only tradeable if trade below previous low and high in respective sell and buy trend.
with a stop loss of respective high and low of the previous day!


Disc..stocks list given for education purpose only!

Tuesday, 14 August 2018


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Top 15 stocks to buy-sell tomorrow


Friday, 10 August 2018

Sensex closes 155 points

Sensex closes 155 points 


 In today's trading, the Nifty dived to 11,419.65 while the Sensex was broken up to 37,815.75. Finally, the Nifty closed near 11,430, while the Sensex was more than 150 points broken. The market's 5-day fast on today's break Sensex and Nifty closed nearly 0.5% down Due to profit-booking in the market, the decline has been observed.

 Today, PSU Bank, Metal, Pharma, Capital Goods and Power shares have been selling heavily. Bank Nifty closed 0.7% down at 28,124 level. However, purchases are seen in consumer durables, IT, FMCG and auto stocks. Small-cap and mid-cap stocks also saw the pressure of selling. BSE's mid-cap index has closed down by 0.8%.

The Nifty Mid-cap 100 Index has declined 0.5 percent. BSE's smallcap index closed 0.8% lower The BSE 30-share index Sensex fell by 155 points, or 0.4%, to 37,869 level. On the other hand, NSE's 50-share index Nifty closed 41 points, 0.4% down at 11,429.5.

 In mid-cap stocks, Jindal Steel, Bank of India, Canara Bank, Union Bank and Tata Communications have slipped down 6.25-3.6%. However, Berger Paints, SJVN, Exide Industries, IIFL Holdings and CG Consumer have climbed up to 4.5-2.2% in the midcap stocks.

 Skippers, JetEkT India, Premier Explosives, Manali Petro and Healthcare Global are among the smallcap stocks that have broken down to 12.6-8.5% in small-cap stocks. However, DEN Networks, 63 Moons Tech, BF Investment, Shilpa and JB Chemicals in Smallcap Shares were strengthened by 19.8-8.7%.

 In large-cap SBI, GAIL, Sun Pharma, Tata Motors, Vedanta and Power Grid closed down by 4.1-1.8%. However, in the giants, Eicher Motors, BPCL, HPCL, Mahindra and Mahindra, Hero Moto, TCS, ITC and Kotak Mahindra Bank climbed up to 5.7-0.7%.