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Following the developments in the Union Budget, the domestic equity market extended its gains for the third straight session on February 2.

Brokerages bullish on these stocks post Union Budget 2022; do you own any?

Feb 02, 2022

The capex-led growth-oriented Budget augurs well for the Indian equity market, according to market watchers.

 PC Jeweller share also rose 2.46% to Rs 27 against previous close of Rs 26.35.

Titan, PC Jeweller shares rise up to 4% on import duty cut for unpolished diamonds

Feb 01, 2022

Shares of leading jewellery maker Titan Company touched an intraday high of Rs 2,416.75, rising 2.37% on BSE.

LTCG surcharge capped at 15%! Here's what experts want you to know

LTCG surcharge capped at 15%! Here's what experts want you to know

Feb 01, 2022

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget 2022 on Tuesday. She announced that the surcharge on the long-term capital gains (LTCG) has been capped at 15 per cent.

  Share of another infra player Ashoka Buildcon  touched an intraday high of Rs 102.25, rising 3.81% on BSE.

Infra stocks rise up to 8% on plan to expand highways network

Feb 01, 2022

Union Budget 2022: Buoyed by the announcement, shares of PNC Infratech touched an intraday high of Rs 317.65, rising 7.75% on BSE.

ICICI Bank,  Infosys, Maruti and HDFC were the top Sensex gainers, rising up to 1.91%. PowerGrid and ITC were the only Sensex losers, falling up to 0.39 per cent.

Budget 2022: Sensex opens 658 pts higher; ICICI Bank, Infy, Maruti top gainers

Feb 01, 2022

Sensex rose 658 points to 58,672 and Nifty gained 190 points to 17,529. Market cap of BSE-listed firms rose to Rs 266.98 lakh crore today.

Union Budget 2022: The government has raised capital expenditure target to Rs 7.5 lakh crore from Rs 5.5 lakh crore in the last Budget for FY23.

Investors gain Rs 3 lakh crore as market cheers pro-growth Budget

Feb 01, 2022

Market cap of BSE-listed firms climbed to Rs 267.40 lakh crore today against Rs 264.48 lakh crore in the previous session. This implies a rise of Rs 2.92 lakh crore in investor wealth.

In 2021, the 30-share Sensex took a big leap on Budget Day and jumped over 2,000 points to end 5 per cent higher.

Bulls take charge! What lies ahead for Indian stock market post Budget 2022?

Feb 01, 2022

The benchmark indices ended higher today as market participants reacted positively to the announcements made by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in Union Budget 2022.

Budget 2022 Market updates: Sensex rises 848 pts, Nifty above 17,600

Feb 01, 2022

On Monday, the Indian equity market closed in the green ahead of the Union Budget 2022. Sensex zoomed 813 points to 58,014 and Nifty rose 237 points to 17,339. 

Up to 3,000% return! These stocks doubled money since last Union Budget

Up to 3,000% return! These stocks doubled money since last Union Budget

Jan 31, 2022

With the rapid vaccination drive, robust high-frequency data and robust liquidity, the benchmark BSE Sensex gained over 19.37 per cent since the last Budget, or February 1, 2021.

Budget 2022: Here's what stock market experts expect from FM Sitharaman

Budget 2022: Here's what stock market experts expect from FM Sitharaman

Jan 31, 2022

The countdown for Budget 2022 has begun and like everyone, stock market experts also have a voluminous list of expectations from Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.

Before the market crash, the 30-stock index looked set to scale all time high of 62,245 as the market rally ignored rising number of coronavirus cases across the world. -16:9

Budget 2022: Lost money in market crash? Here's what lies ahead

Jan 27, 2022

Sensex which closed at 61,308 on January 17 stands at 56,718 today, down 4,590 points in just seven sessions.

Swati Kulkarni, executive vice president and fund manager-equity, UTI AMC

This year's Budget will be expansionary, like 2021: Swati Kulkarni, UTI AMC 

Jan 19, 2022

In an interaction with Business Today, Swati Kulkarni, executive vice president and fund manager-equity, UTI AMC shared her view on the upcoming Budget and Indian equity market.

Here’s what a dozen of analysts expect from Union Budget 2022

Here’s what a dozen analysts expect from Union Budget 2022

Jan 07, 2022

Select market watchers believe that the government’s focus will be on economic revival by increasing spending and need-based capital expenditure would be the key agenda.

Important milestones for equities since the last budget (Credit: Moshin Shaikh)

Ahead of Budget 2022, here's a look at top sectors and stock picks

Jan 18, 2022

Ahead of the Union Budget 2022, experts are bullish on some sectors and stocks which are expected to outperform going forward.

Any move to cut costs related to stock transactions can neutralise the effect of any probable correction in the market which is trading near its all time high.

Union Budget 2022: What market expects from FM's fourth speech

Jan 18, 2022

With the new variant of coronavirus entering India, the economy activity is likely to be adversely affected this year. That will reflect in the stock markets too which have turned volatile ahead of the annual event.

Kamath argues that while mid- and small-caps could see higher volatility than large-caps, there would be still be stocks in the segment that would outperform their larger peers

Lofty valuations; markets will see higher volatility in 2022: Nikhil Kamath

Jan 18, 2022

In an interaction with BT, Zerodha co-founder Nikhil Kamath cautions investors about volatility in Indian equity markets this year, and how they should tone down their expectations. 

Nithin Kamath explained that lower taxation costs improve liquidity and decrease impact costs.

‘Lower taxation costs’: Here’s what Zerodha’s Nithin Kamath expects from Budget 2022 

Jan 17, 2022

Kamath has urged the government to reduce securities transaction tax (STT), stamp duty and GST in the upcoming Budget.

The 'Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill' is now expected to be introduced in the Budget session of Parliament beginning January 31.

Union Budget 2022: Govt may mull TDS/TCS levy on cryptocurrency trading

Jan 16, 2022

Furthermore, a higher tax rate of 30% should be levied on the income from the sale of cryptocurrency, akin to winnings from game shows, lottery, puzzle, etc., said Aravind Srivatsan, tax leader & partner, Nangia Andersen LLP.