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May 22, This has turned out to be the worst month for the midcap gauge sinceaccording to Bloomberg data. In comparison to this, Sensex has lost Rahul Shah, vice-president, equity advisory group at Motilal Oswal Securities said, "The midcap stocks have fallen more than large-cap stocks.
It's a good enough correction. There is a re-rating for the stocks in the midcap segment going on. Over the last three years, the valuation gap between the large-cap and mid-cap gauge has become huge.
According to analysts, multiple factors ranging from elections in Karnataka state and rising global crude prices to depreciating rupee against the dollar contributed to the lingering weakness in midcap stocks.
Among the midcap stocks listed on BSE, 93 stocks are trading in the red zone with only seven scrips bucking the trend.
The market watchdog Securities and Exchange Board of India's Sebi order on re-categorisation of mutual funds also affected the midcap segment, according to Shah.
Ashok Leyland posted its highest ever profit in the fourth quarter ending March However, the company's stock still plunged Similarly, Tata Global Beverages and JSW Energy too reported impressive quarterly earnings, but their respective stocks failed to evoke any positive repsonse from the investors.
With the market expected to witness volatility with a negative bias in the near term, select stock market experts feel more correction is in the offing in midcap stocks. As of now investors should move to bottom switch counter and invest in more heavyweight stocks.Investment in Indian Companies by FIIs/NRIs/PIOs.
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