Data from the RBI suggest that local banks are recycling the liquidity into government bonds.
A trading combination involving Nifty options is gaining prominence among savvy trading desks of institutional investors.
As far as stock futures are concerned, we are very near to the highest-ever open interest with 195 crore shares in open interest.
An analysis of 300 Asian small-cap schemes shows DSP BlackRock Micro Cap Fund leading the charge, delivering an 82% return over the past year.
India has inflation and it reflects the fundamental growth, Christopher Wood, equity strategist, CLSA, said at ET Now Mkt Summit-2010.
Market may see range-bound trading this week in the absence of any major trigger.
Many experts believe that looking at PE ratio in isolation won’t help investors grasp realities of the mkt and higher valuation may not be the only deciding factor driving mkt.
Prabhudas Lilladher has a ‘reduce’ rating on Infosys Technologies as it feels that the outlook for the company and the software industry is quite weak in the near-term.
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At the recent low of 12514 points, the Sensex has tested the 12800-12000-pts support zone and has since then attempted a corrective rally.
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14 firms present in a new list of world's 500 most valued firms together seeing an erosion of about $150 billion in their market value in the first three months of this year.
Shares of Cipla inched up on heavy volumes on Friday, after the company’s first quarter earnings beat the consensus estimate.
The Old Fox of Dalal Street has been on a dream run since the past couple of weeks. On Friday, most stocks that he had been steadily building up positions in figured among key gainers of the day.
The scrip, which was flat for most of the session, shot up in the final hour of trade on the Bombay Stock Exchange to settle with a net gain of 4.36 per cent at Rs 355.45.
In the late afternoon session, the scrip was being traded at 20.61 pounds, down by 5.50 per cent on the LSE. Vedanta opened on a positive note, but soon swung into the red.
In the past two days, the scrip recorded a gain of over 9 per cent on the BSE, making its investors richer by a whopping Rs 15,000 crore.
TT Ram Mohan has rightly suggested that the tax-GDP ratio measures structural improvement. The FM must rethink his medium-term debtto-GDP target.
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