Stock market analyst Prasad Kushe has maintained 'hold' rating on ICICI Bank Limited stock with a target of Rs 1250.
Mr. Kushe also said that after achieving the said target, the investors can hold the stock again to attain another target of Rs 1450.
The stock can be bought on declines.
Today, the stock of the company opened at Rs 1168 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).
The share price has seen a 52-week high of Rs 1277 and a low of 780 on BSE.
Current EPS & P/E ratio stood at 38.06 and 30.47 respectively.
According to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the housing market of Scotland has seen a rise in sales in the previous month. Hence the market is gaining momentum as well as confidence after a downturn in later half of 2009.
The latest survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has suggested that there were more properties for sale last month as compared to January 2010. Now more people have shown their interest in buying a property.
As a result the sales figure of real estate market in the country have boosted up. The prices of the properties were also rising due to a reasonable demand from the consumers.
Soyabean settled up 0.65% at 3884 due to expectations of higher demand for both soyabean and soyaoil during the ensuing marriage season. However, weak export demand for soya meal kept Soybean prices under pressure. Weak cues from soybean futures in the US, where they are expecting a bumper South American crop, prospects of higher rapeseed production in India and the conducive weather condition capped the gains in Soyabean. USDA left its outlook for soybean ending stocks unchanged at 150 million bushels, slightly above the average trade estimate of 143 million bushels.
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Handset maker, Nokia has found a memory management problem in its newly launched Lumia 900 smartphones and the company is offering exchanges and free credit to control the damage.
Nokia said that it identified the issue and it has already developed the solution to fix it for the users. The problem was reported after a number of users complained about the issue after purchasing the phone following its launch this Easter Sunday.
Stock analyst Abhishek Jain of Stocksidea.com has maintained ‘Buy’ rating on Simmonds Marshall Ltd stock to achieve a short-term target of Rs 75.
According to Mr. Jain, interested investors can buy the stock around Rs 35 with a stop loss at Rs 21.
Shares of the company, on Friday (July 3), closed at Rs 38, up Rs 1.80, on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). The total volume of shares traded was 50 at the BSE. The share price has seen a 52-week high of Rs 69.65 and a low of Rs 20.55 on BSE. Current EPS and P/E of the stock stood at 2.75 & 13.82 respectively.
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Board Meeting : Audited Results & Dividend
New Delhi - An Indian Army soldier was killed Tuesday when Pakistani troops fired from across the line of control that divides the disputed Kashmir region between India and Pakistan, a news report said.
A senior army official said the firing came from across the line of control in the Mendhar sector of Poonch district, about 230 kilometres north-west of Jammu and Kashmir's winter capital Jammu, IANS news agency reported.
Washington, July 22 : A system to detect the vapours emitted by human skin in real time has been created by Yale University researchers and a Spanish company.
The boffins believe that the substances, essentially made up of fatty acids, are what attract mosquitoes and enable dogs to identify their owners.
"The spectrum of the vapours emitted by human skin is dominated by fatty acids. These substances are not very volatile, but we have developed an ''electronic nose'' able to detect them", Juan Fernandez de la Mora, of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Yale University (United States) and co-author of a study recently published in the Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, tells SINC.
Dubai, March 27 : Consistent performances with the bat have helped India's Cheteshwar Pujara move into the top 10 of the ICC rankings for Test batsmen for the first-time in his career.
Pujara's unbeaten 82 helped India script a six-wicket win in the fourth Test against Australia in New Delhi, thereby registering a historic 4-0 series sweep. As a result, Pujara jumped five places, in the rankings released Wednesday, to a best seventh position with 777 ratings points.
South Africa's Hashim Amla continues to lead the batting table.
Another South African, Dale Steyn, leads the bowlers' table.
Board Meeting : Quarterly Results
Washington, Nov 23 : Wife of former US president Bill Clinton and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is learnt to have accepted the post of Secretary of State offered to her by President-elect Barack Obama.
According to a report in foxnews. com, a formal announcement in this regard is planned for after Thanksgiving, which falls on November 27.
Clinton is said to have made her decision to accept quite recently, after persistent courting by Obama and his transition team, the Daily Times quoted the report as saying.
New York, Feb. 19 : A Muslim-American television executive, who allegedly beheaded his wife days after she filed for divorce, continues to remain in jail without bail following a court appearance in western New York.
According to Fox Sports, Muzzammil Hassan, 44, did not speak during a brief appearance Wednesday before Judge Philip Marshall in Orchard Park Village Court, where an attorney waived Hassan''s right to a felony hearing.
Officials at the Erie County District Attorney''s Office told Fox News that Hassan will now be held for possible grand jury action within 45 days.
Hassan, who was shackled at his wrists and ankles during his first court appearance, wore a tan suit, white shirt and a tie.
Washington, Nov 12: A new research indicates that vehicles with advanced diesel or hybrid technology are more environment friendly than traditional gasoline powered automobiles.
"Rising oil prices coupled with concerns about global climate change are driving debate about which fuels and engines should be used to power the 17 million new cars and trucks sold each year, " said John Graham, senior author of the research paper.
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