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Welcome to Market Insights.

In this edition, we have an advice by Rajiv Raj for all those individuals who believe that merely doing a comparison study to find out who is offering the best home loan interest rates makes them ready for the big purchase. But before that, we also have a disappointing note from Motilal Oswal, who have found out that India turned out to be amongst the worst-performing markets in CY15YTD. Meanwhile, while IndiaNivesh take the opportunity to release their top-10 recommendations based on Q4FY15 results, SMC recommend Coal India and Axis Bank for the 20% and 18% upside they possess respectively. Lastly, SPA Securities take an account of the Current Account Deficit India has been confronting since past 10 years and try to analyse the situation. As usual, we also have a technical query answered by our experts in the 'Ask an Expert' section.

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Markets Performance: India worst performer for CY15YTD

India has turned out to be amongst the worst-performing markets in YTD 2015, with the Sensex delivering mere 1% return during CY15YTD. Russia, Japan, China and Korea emerged as the top positive performers for CY15YTD in local currency.


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IndiaNivesh's top-picks post Q4FY15 results
While Q4FY15 results continue to flow, IndiaNivesh take the opportunity to release their top-10 recommendations based on Q4FY15 results. They include Aurobindo Pharma, Bajaj Auto, Capital First, Coal India, Mangalam Cement, Mastek, Pennar Industries, Reliance Industries, State Bank of India and Tech Mahindra.

Fundamental picks: These stocks have an upside of 20% and 18% respectively
SMC expects Coal India to trade at Rs. 466 per share representing a 20% upside potential in 8-10 months time frame and Axis Bank to see a price target of Rs. 656 in 8-10 months time frame representing an 18% upside potential.


SPA Securities' report on Current Account Deficit
India is running in current account deficit for past 10 years due to two main factors. Firstly, its high dependence on crude oil import and secondly Indian's affection towards gold. The government has already stepped in to control the CAD specially to curb gold import through measures like 80:20 scheme and custom duty hike. SPA Securities take the opportunity to try and analyse the situation.

6 Home loan fees you did not know
According to Rajiv Raj, merely doing a comparison study to find out who is offering the best home loan interest rates does not make an individual ready for the big purchase because he/she might have eventually overlooked the "other charges" and various fees applicable on home loans.

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