Weak macroeconomic data coming from the index of industrial production (IIP), consumer price inflation (CPI) and wholesale price inflation (WPI) and global events like the Federal Reserve’s views on interest
Like for most other emerging markets, the Indian equity market’s moves are also highly co-related with the happenings in developed markets. The opening trade in India is influenced by
Crude oil prices have recovered from their multiyear lows in February. Similar to other commodities crude oil market too is awaiting the outcome of the Brexit referendum for further
Contrary to expectations India's palm oil imports fell 27. 54 per cent to 6 57 454 tonne last month against 9 07 347 tonne in the year-ago period
Corporate earnings in the last quarter had many positive surprises, especially from sectors like materials, telecom and industrials where trends have been poor in the recent past.
Banks had another weak quarter with high provisions for bad loans, leading to losses for most public sector banks and sharp growth deceleration for private banks in Q4.
The banking sector is undergoing a historic moment as the first time in history the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is conducting concurrent Assets Quality Review (AQR) across the banks.
Last week was a highly volatile one in which probably all the patterns emerged on the candle-stick charts. A gap down opening then a recovery from the lows
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