Stock market analyst Ashwani Gujral has maintained 'Buy' rating on Rolta India to achieve a short term target of Rs 200.
According to Mr. Gujral, interested traders can buy the stock with a strict stop loss of Rs 156.
Today, the shares of the company opened at Rs 168.50 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Current EPS & P/E ratio stood at 25.11 and 6.80 respectively. The share price has seen a 52- week high of Rs 206.25 and a low of Rs 40.70 on BSE.
Equities after ending buoyant yesterday, opened on a flat note in proportion to Asian peers.
The 30-share index, BSE Sensex, today (Feb 10) opened with a gain of 6.06 points, at 9,589.95. After few minutes of trading, it slipped into the negative terrain to again bounce back into the positive.
Realty stocks were the top gainers whereas metal and oil & gas stocks were flat with negative bias.
Alex Mathew, Head of Research, Geojit Financial Services stated that on Thursday (May 29), Nifty was struggling to break the crucial resistance of 4,950 levels, but lastly fell towards 4,800 levels and ended the day marginally higher at 4,837.
Nifty upturn was well below the average rollover figure of 75% and was at 62% suggesting weak viewpoint for the stock market.
Singapore-based real estate major, Far East Organization (FEO) is looking to build the five-star hotel in Kolkata. The Company is initially planning to convert a heritage building to a brand new five-star hotel.
FEO is the largest private property developer. Its development activities span the full spectrum of the real estate market, from residential and commercial to industrial properties. Company is also the largest private residential landlord and one of the largest owner-operators of hotels in Singapore.
As per views of stock market analyst E Mathew, the stock of Oriental Bank of Commerce can be purchased on declines for achieving short term target above Rs 320. The stop loss marked for the suggested stock is Rs 264.
Today, the stock opened at Rs 285 as against its last closure at Rs 279.85 on BSE. Presently (12:20 pm), the stock is trading at Rs 282.60, up 0.98%. On Bombay Stock Exchange, the stock has touched 52-week high of Rs 321 and a low of Rs 156.5.
But the interested investors can purchase the stock on declines.
Stock market analyst Ashwani Gujral has suggested investors to purchase ‘Bajaj Hindustan’ stock to achieve short term target between Rs 307-350.
The stock has performed brilliantly on Monday (18 Feb), and marked its closure at Rs 265. Today, the stock opened at Rs 268 on BSE.
On Bombay Stock Exchange, the stock has touched 52-week high of Rs 399.5 and the low of Rs 115.55. Interested investors can purchase the stock around on declines with a stop loss of Rs 220.
With an EPS of Rs 4.10, the stock is trading with a P/E of 66.53 at 12:16 pm (today).
Stock market analyst Ashwani Gujral is of the view that the stock of Sesa Goa can be purchased on declines with a stop loss of Rs 3100 for achieving a medium-term target of Rs 3900.
Mr. Gujral said that the investors can achieve the said target on the back of brilliancy in the stock market.
Today, the stock opened at Rs 3395 as against its last closure at Rs 3,334.95 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). The stock of the company has touched 52-week high of Rs 3969 and a low of Rs 1485 on BSE.
With an EPS of Rs 240.38, the stock is trading with a P/E of 14.22 at 11:58 am (today).
Stock market analyst Ashwani Gujral has suggested investors to purchase Ispat Industries stock to achieve a short-term target of Rs 72.
According to him, Tata Steel stock can be purchased on declines with a stop loss of Rs 38.
Mr. Ashwani also said that the investors can achieve the target within a period of 4-5 weeks. The stock has been recommended after analyzing its last performances.
Technical Analyst, Rajat K Bose is of the view that investors can purchase Balrampur Chini Mills to achieve a medium-term target of Rs 127.
Bose told, “Balrampur Chini Mills is a buy. It’s a medium-term pick it’s not just a technical pick. The things are actually changing for sugar. The stock has a medium-term target of Rs 127, looks highly achievable. A stop loss should be placed below Rs 67. I personally hold this stock in my portfolio and I have recommended to all my clients also.”
Sharmila Joshi of Prabhudas Lilladher has suggested investors to buy PVR stock to achieve a short-term target of Rs 392.