Market analysts are wont to get hyperactive twice a year. They get into a compulsive habit of reviewing the performance of various assets classes at the end or start of a calendar year.
It’s not the government, but the global macro environment that matters. The government is just a facilitator.
After aluminum, last week it was nickel’s turn to react to the US sanctions on Russian entities.
If there are few things India appears to be gaining out of the ongoing trade war between the US and China – at least in the short term. The cotton trade is certainly one of them.
Last week was largely an extension of the previous week’s trend. The only difference was that the market breadth got volatile on some days, with slightly negative bias.
This week is an interesting one for the derivatives segment.
A string of smart cities in the mega Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project is likely to drive urbanisation even as the planned smart cities in the first phase have sailed past the approva
Paul Sudhir Arul Kalanithi was an Indian-American neurosurgeon and writer.
The market gained more ground and was up for the forrth week in a row. But the momentum seems to be petering out. The Sensex gained 222.93 points, or 0.65 per cent, to close at 34,415.58 points.
The Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India, country’s largest investor in the equity market, booked profit in blue chip Sensex companies as the benchmark index rose to all-time high of 36,443.98