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Arpit Shah’s view on Quarterly Corporate Earnings for Q1 FY 2022-23 in Moneycontrol.com

Q2 will be similar to Q1, however, second half results should be much better than the first half of FY 2022 – 23.

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https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/earnings/indias-corporate-earnings-are-faring-better-than-investors-feared-8935401.html

Vishal ShahArpit Shah’s view on Quarterly Corporate Earnings for Q1 FY 2022-23 in Moneycontrol.com
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Amit Doshi’s interview in economictimes.com

Amit Doshi’s shared an input on equity markets with Economictimes.com.

Synopsis

Overall June quarter earnings are expected to be muted with the impact of profitability will be high considering high input cost across and which may not be possible to pass on immediately. Chemicals, paper, banking, auto, auto ancillary, realty are likely to do well. Metals, FMCG, textile, cement and infra are likely to be weak

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https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/expert-view/etmarkets-smart-talk-for-this-pms-fund-manager-4-sectors-are-in-comfort-zone/articleshow/92879350.cms

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PMS V/s Mutual Funds

A detailed score card prepared by https://www.pmsaifworld.com on Portfolio Management Services (PMS) vs Equity Mutual Funds (MF) as of 30.04.2022

Almost in all different tenor 1,2,3 & 10 year, Care PMS Growth Plus Value strategy delivered returns higher than top performing Small & Midcap Mutual fund schemes.

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Market Overview – March 2021

Global Stock Markets

Over the last 2 years, markets have been kind to investors globally mainly led by loose monetary policy. With worries cropping up on multiple fronts, there has been a reset in investors sentiments and liquidity. Some of the reasons for sharp fall in the last couple of months are as follows:-

1) Very high inflation leading to monetary tightening (US reported inflation of 8.4% in May 2022); 2) Oil prices have risen sharply on growing geopolitical tensions (~$120 per barrel); 3) No easing in Russia-Ukraine conflict; 4) COVID related lockdown in China worsening supply chain issues.

Indian Stock Markets

The Indian stock markets following the global cues have been in correction phase since start of 2022 on the back of continuous FII selling (continued for 8th consecutive month). Also, a bit of surprise of rate hike by RBI well before the next scheduled MPC meeting also impacted the market sentiment over concern of high inflation. However, we seem to have fared far better with 7-8% drawdown from highs vs all other major markets correcting more than 10%.

However, the same is not true for a lot of mid and small-caps companies which have fallen significantly (more than 25%) from highs. Another

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