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Stock Market Share Picks: Insurance companies' performance alert! Sharekhan highlights THIS
Tue, May 11, 2021
Sharekhan preferred picks are Max Financial (holding company of Max Life Insurance), Bajaj Finserv (holding company of Bajaj Allianz Life), HDFC Life, and ICICI Prudential. Sharekhan believes these companies have a strong balance sheet, are well capitalised (for the long term), have healthy operating metrics, and are well placed to ride over challenges
Brokerages CLSA, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse give mixed calls on HDFC Life after muted Q4 result
Tue, Apr 27, 2021
Amid muted performance in quarter four earnings, brokerage firms predict a mixed call option for the HDFC Life Insurance shares. The insurance company reported a rise of over two per cent in Q4 profit on Monday on the back of a surge in the covid cases in the country.
HDFC Life share price: Motilal Oswal and ICICI Securities ring in upgrades
Tue, Apr 27, 2021
Motilal Oswal says HDFC Life remains focused on maintaining a balanced product mix across the business, with an emphasis on product innovation and superior customer service. However, in the near term, the Non-PAR and PAR segments are likely to see healthy growth, while ULIP also continues to recover
HDFC Life Insurance: Sharekhan maintain buy rating with target price of Rs 850
Mon, Jan 25, 2021
For Q3 FY21, HDFC Life Insurance results were mixed, with operational results coming below estimates, but gain in market share with NBM margins improvement sequentially was encouraging, indicating steady recovery from the impact of Covid-19. Better premium recovery mom helped HDFC Life Insurance post market share gain in 9M FY21 to 16.4%, up 214 bps yoy.
SBI, ICICI Bank to HDFC Bank - Sharekhan has these big takeaway and top picks for investors
Wed, Nov 25, 2020
Most private banks (PBs) and NBFCs reported improvement in collection efficiency, especially in the tail months of Q2 and most banks guided for low restructuring levels. The quarter saw an uptick in NII growth (helped by fall in cost of funds) and incremental normalising of disbursement (especially recovery in retail disbursements), with certain segments reaching pre-COVID levels.