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Stocks to Watch on Tuesday, May 16: Asia-Pacific shares are trading mixed on Tuesday. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index climbed 0.72 per cent in early trade, while the Shanghai Composite was marginally lower. In Japan, the Nikkei 225 rose 0.74 per cent, while South Korea’s Kospi advanced 0.37 per cent. 

At 7:40 AM, SGX Nifty was up 45 points at 18,449.

China’s industrial output data for April, however, came lower than expected at 5.6 per cent. Markets were pricing-in growth of 10.9 per cent.

Overnight, the S&P 500 added 0.3 per cent, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 0.14 per cent. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite led gains, rising 0.66 per cent.

Here is a list of stocks that will be in focus today, May 16:

Q4FY23 earnings today

Bharti Airtel, LIC Housing Finance, Max Healthcare Institute, Bank of Baroda, Indian Oil Corporation, Jindal Steel & Power, JK Paper, Creditaccess Grameen, Alicon Castalloy, Amber Enterprises India, Aurionpro Solutions, Automotive Axles, Chemplast Sanmar, EIH Associated Hotels, Excel Industries, Granules India, Indo Rama Synthetics (India), Jubilant Ingrevia, Kajaria Ceramics, Kaynes Technology India, Metropolis Healthcare, Morepen Laboratories, MPS, Mukand, Navneet Education, Oberoi Realty, Paras Defence And Space Technologies, Prakash Industries, Redington, Safari Industries (India), Shanti Educational Initiatives, Sirca Paints India, Siyaram Silk Mills, Triveni Turbine, TV Today Network, V-Mart Retail.

March quarter results reaction

Suryoday Small Finance Bank: It posted a net profit of Rs 38.9 crore in fourth quarter ended March 2023 (Q4FY23) as against a net loss of Rs 48.1 crore in Q4FY22. The lender’s net interest income rose by 43.5 per cent year-on-year to Rs 210 crore, while other income rose by 69.5 per cent YoY to Rs 33.92 crore.

PVR Inox: Multiplex firm PVR Inox Ltd, on Monday, reported a widening in consolidated net loss at Rs 333 crore for the March quarter. The company reported a net loss of Rs 105 crore a year ago. The company’s consolidated total revenue from operation rose by 113 per cent to Rs 1,143 crore for the March quarter as compared to Rs 536 crore in the year-ago period.

Berger Paints: The company, on Monday, posted a consolidated net profit of Rs 186 crore for the March quarter, down 15 per cent from Rs 221 crore posted a year ago. The company’s consolidated revenue from operation rose by 11.7 per cent YoY to Rs 2,444 crore.

Pfizer: Drug firm Pfizer, on Monday, posted a consolidated net profit of Rs 130 crore for the March quarter, higher by 3 per cent YoY. Total income increased to Rs 604 crore as compared with Rs 567 crore in the year-ago period.

Karur Vysya Bank: Karur Vysya Bank, on Monday, posted a 59 per cent rise in net profit at Rs 338 crore for Q4FY23, compared to Rs 213 crore during the same time in FY22. The bank’s gross non-performing assets (NPA) in Q4 FY23 declined to 2.27 per cent (Rs 1,458 crore) as compared to 6.03 per cent (Rs 3,431 crore) a year ago. 

News reactions

Reliance Industries, ONGC: The government has cut windfall tax on petroleum crude to zero from Rs 4,100 per tonne with effect from May 16, according to a government notification. The windfall tax on petrol, diesel and aviation turbine fuel (ATF) was left unchanged at zero.

HDFC: Mortgage lender HDFC will raise up to Rs 8,000 crore by issuing bonds on a private placement basis to shore up its resources. The unsecured redeemable non-convertible debentures (NCDs) issue will have a base size of Rs 3,000 crore with an option to retain over-subscription of up to Rs 5,000 crore.

HCL Technologies: The information technology company has expanded its long-standing partnership with SAP. As part of the expanded collaboration, HCLTech has become a customer of and a global strategic service partner for SAP SuccessFactors Human Experience Management Suite (SAP SuccessFactors HXM Suite).

Adani Enterprises: The Ministry of Finance, on Monday, differed with market regulator Sebi over Adani-Hindenburg row, and said it stands by its reply to Parliament in July 2021. Government had then stated that Securities and Exchange Board of India was investigating some Adani Group companies.

Wipro: It has announced that its FullStride Cloud Studio has partnered with Google Cloud’s Rapid Migration Program (RaMP) to help clients accelerate their journey to the cloud and pursue a migration strategy anchored in business outcomes. 

Indiabulls Housing Finance: The company’s Board of Directors will meet on May 22 to consider issuance of secured and/or unsecured bonds, in one or more tranches to raise funds. It will also consider and approve audited financial results of the company for the quarter and financial year ended March 31, 2023.

Ultratech Cement: Ultratech Nathdwara Cement, the company’s wholly owned subsidiary commissioned a brownfield cement facility with annual capacity of 0.8 million tonnes in Neem Ka Thana, Rajasthan. The company’s total grey cement manufacturing capacity now stands at 129.95 million tonnes per annum.

NIIT: The company bought remaining 10 per cent stake in RPS Consulting for a fixed consideration of Rs 15 crore, and a performance based earnout consideration of up to Rs 3.71 crore, payable over the next two years. NIIT now owns 100 per cent stake in RPS Consulting.

Banswara Syntex: The Board has approved Kavita Gandhi as a Chief Financial Officer of the Company.

Jay Shree Tea: The Board of Director is scheduled to meet on May 23 to consider and approve financial results for Q4FY23, and scheme of arrangement, for demerger of Sholayar/Kallyar estates to a 100 per cent subsidiary Bidhannagar Tea Co. Private Ltd.

Somany Ceramics: The Board will meet of May 23 to consider issuance of non-convertible debentures (NCDs)/Bonds/other similar instruments on Private Placement basis. 

NTPC: The National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) Ltd will begin a feasibility study for a 130-MW floating solar power plant on Dumbur Lake in Tripura’s Gomati district.

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In charts: Why Morgan Stanley is bullish on India and thinks sensex can touch 80,000 next year


NEW DELHI: Foreign brokerage firm Morgan Stanley has predicted that BSE sensex is expected to touch the 80,000-mark by December 2023 if India is included in global bond indices which can result in $20 billion of inflows over the subsequent 12 months.
Other factors which can propel sensex to 80,000 points include commodity prices like oil and fertiliser correcting sharply, and earnings growth compounding at the rate of 25 percent annually over FY2022-25.
But India might have to wait until early next year to see its bonds enter the JPMorgan emerging market global index as reports suggest the inclusion has been delayed due to prickly operational issues. According to Reuters, bond settlement rules and tax complexities need to be resolved before the inclusion takes place.
The brokerage firm also sees a 50% chance of the sensex hitting 68,500 by the end of 2023, assuming that the effects of the Russia-Ukraine war do not spill over into next year, domestic growth continues its strong path and the US does not slip into a protracted recession.

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“India is likely to have better growth than most parts of (emerging markets), a sustained domestic bid, a relatively strong macro environment plus light positioning by foreign portfolio investors,” said analysts at Morgan Stanley.
Bull market intact: At the helm of India’s outperformance has been government policy, including a structural rise in the domestic equity saving pool, a boost to corporate profit share in GDP and a focus on FDI flows, which raised the share of FDI in balance of payments, allowing India to run monetary policy that is less sensitive to the US Fed, and reduced the equity market’s sensitivity to US growth conditions and oil prices, said analysts at Morgan Stanley.
The brokerage expects profit share in GDP to double from its current level of 4 percent to 8 percent over the next four years, indicating that broad market earnings could compound annually at 20-25 percent.
However, in a bear case scenario, the firm sees sensex dropping to 52,000 if commodity prices remain elevated, RBI tightens aggressively and recession in the US and Europe drag down India’s growth.
There’s a 20 percent probability of this, according to Morgan Stanley.
“An up-trending profit cycle, a likely peak in short rates and ebbing global macro risks relative to 2022 make the case for absolute upside to Indian stocks,” said the brokerage.
Here we decode the key reasons for Morgan Stanley’s bullish view on India:
1. Earnings: Morgan Stanley expects 2023 corporate earnings to be strong, with an improvement in margins led by a durable rise in capital spending and benign material prices. India appears to have multiple sources of capex, including energy transition, the Internet, climate change, production-linked incentive schemes,growing exports, depleted capital stock, infrastructure, real estate and FDI going into the next few years. Rising capex is good for corporate profit margins until the capex becomes unproductive, it said.

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. Consensus estimates are likely heading higher

2. Market view on 2024 general elections: Given how central policy has been to India’s improving macro and stock market outperformance, the market view on the election outcome is likely to affect stock markets considerably in the second half of 2023.
3. Likely increase in net flow: Morgan Stanley expects a rise in equity issuances in 2023 which should smother some of the bid that is coming from domestic investors. At the same time, given how deep the selling by FPIs has been,FPI buying will return to India.

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4. Short rates likely peaking: The brokerage expects the RBI to exit the current rate cycle at 6.5%, or 60 bps above its current level, premised on the fact that inflation is heading lower in 2023. This will likely improve liquidity conditions, facilitate further acceleration in credit growth,and help share prices.

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5. Global growth and commodity complex: If the global economy slips into recession, it would not be good news for India, which exports about 20% of its output

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That said, since India is gaining share in global exports, the slowdown in global growth is affecting it less than in the past. The commodity complex,especially oil and fertilizer, may have greater impact on India’s macro conditions, given the adverse impact on inflation and,hence, rates and growth. In our base case, global liquidity is likely improving in 2023, led by a peaking of the US dollar, though in a bear case scenario this may turn out otherwise, it noted.

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Relative valuations: India’s relative valuations are just off all-time highs and appear to be an impediment to further outperformance


That said, India is likely to have better growth than most parts of emerging markets,a sustained domestic bid,a relatively strong macro environment plus light positioning by foreign portfolio investors.
“Based on our indicator, the market is pricing in much less earnings growth than it was at the start of 2022,” said Morgan Stanley.

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Sentiment: The market still does not appear at extremes when measured on flows, holding periods, market breadth. “Our BSE sensex target of 68,500 implies upside potential of 10% to December 2023. This level suggests that the BSE sensex will trade at a trailing P/E multiple of 25x,ahead of the 25-year average of 20x. The premium over the historical average reflects greater confidence in the medium-term growth cycle in India,” said Ridham Desai, equity strategist at Morgan Stanley.

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So what should investors bet their money on?
“The peaking of short-rate hikes will likely favor non-banking lending businesses, but a recovery in credit growth favors banks, too. Continuing strong domestic growth will ikely drive outperformance of consumer discretionary stocks. Growing evidence of capital spending would likely favor industrials,” said Desai.
What should investors avoid?
Avoid defensives and global cyclicals: A reversal in absolute index returns to the upside would likely be accompanied by underperformance of defensives – consumer staples, utilities and telecom. Slow global growth likely keeps the lid on performance of global cyclicals including energy and materials, he added.
Experts believe small-caps will likely outperform large-caps –the opposite of their call at this time last year.
The brokerage firm also continues to pursue ideas around clean energy spending, defence indigenisation, a new residential property, auto, and air travel cycle, a multiyear credit cycle for financials and life insurance, digital transformation, and market share concentration, plus horizontal growth for discretionary and staple consumption and electric vehicles as key themes for 2023.


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Fed policy action, RBI rate decision key driving factors for mkts: Analysts


The US Fed policy action, RBI rate decision and foreign fund flows are some of the major factors that will guide the equity markets in the near-term, analysts said on Wednesday.

Besides these, September quarter earnings announcements would also pave the way for the markets, whose overall structure remains bullish, they added.

From its 52-week low of 50,921.22 quoted on June 17 this year, the Sensex has jumped 16.91 per cent till now. The Nifty has climbed 16.96 per cent from its 52-week low of 15,183.40 on June 17 this year.

So far in 2022, the BSE Sensex has climbed 2.20 per cent and the Nifty has advanced 2.33 per cent.

“We believe that the underlying market is bullish. Given India’s stance as a high-performing economy, there are many reasons for India to be an excellent performer as we advance,” said Sunil Damania, Chief Investment Officer, MarketsMojo.

He said the rupee has stabilized after hitting an all-time low level.

The rupee is currently hovering at 79.50 against the US dollar. It had touched an all-time low of 80.15 against the US dollar in intra-day trade on Monday.

“We are of the opinion that irrespective of whether the market touches a record high in September, market sentiments will stay bullish by Diwali,” Damania said, adding that the BSE benchmark Sensex and the NSE Nifty have picked up since mid-June 2022.

At the moment, investors might be skeptical of the current market rally, Damania said, adding that “We maintain the Sensex could touch 65,000 by December 2022, and our short-term Nifty target is 19,000 by December 2022.”

Factors that could influence the direction of global markets include geopolitical issues, commodity prices, inflationary trends, interest rate trajectory followed by central banks and recessionary conditions, experts said.

According to Deepak Jasani, Head of Retail Research, HDFC Securities, Indian markets could get impacted by the turn in global sentiments and as more investors turn risk averse ahead of the historically down month of September.

“However, the intensity and amount of fall in India will be limited as its economy may not be linked fully with the happenings in the US economy,” he noted.

From now till the end of the calendar year, Nifty could see an upside of 18,100 and downside of 15,850, Jasani added.

Reshma Banda, Head-Equity & Executive VP, Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance said Indian macroeconomic fundamentals are better placed on a relative basis.

Inflation in India is elevated and is only marginally higher than the RBI threshold band, which compares favorably to other developed countries where inflation is hovering at multi-decade highs, Banda said.

According to official figures, India’s retail inflation softened to 6.71 per cent in July due to moderation in food prices but remained above the Reserve Bank’s comfort level of 6 per cent for the seventh consecutive month.

Some of the other factors that can impact market sentiments include normal monsoon, which augurs well for controlling food inflation levels in the country.

Further, foreign fund inflows have returned to India, thereby aiding a healthy rally in the equity markets, experts said.

After turning net buyers last month, foreign investors have become aggressive shoppers of Indian equities and pumped in Rs 49,250 crore so far in August on improvement in corporate earnings and macro fundamentals.

Sunil Nyati, Managing Director, Swastika Investmart Ltd, said, Indian equity benchmark indices are witnessing profit-booking after a stellar rally of about 17 per cent from June lows.

Historically, September remains a weak or sideways month for Nifty and Sensex but in October month or near Diwali, Nifty and Sensex can approach their fresh all-time highs, Nyati added.

On the global front, the market will have an eye on economic data and geopolitical situations while on the domestic front, earnings, festive season demand, and FIIs’ behavior will be the key factors.

The Fed’s September policy action is the one significant factor the market will consider until Diwali.

The US Federal Bank chair Jerome Powell has indicated that the central bank will stick to a strategy of rate hikes to cool inflation.

Some experts believe the market is ready for aggressive rate hikes and most of this is already discounted whereas any relief on the inflation front may improve investor sentiments.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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