India’s GDP growth widely seen in the 7. 5 per cent range could have been higher but for some near-term concerns
The equity market may have seen a pullback rally in the past few weeks, but corporate earnings so far have been a mixed bag, with many sectors showing negative trends
Jeera futures in May will probably trade higher and make an attempt to test the Rs 17,000-17,250 price level, taking support near Rs 15,500, as export demand has started rising.
India, the world’s second largest sugar producer, this year may harvest the smallest crop in seven years, thanks to the drought that resulted in a fall of cane planting area.
The research fraternity is in a bit of confused state as the last couple of years have seen financial markets defy a majority of the research predictions.
After last year’s struggle upstream oil and gas companies can hope to begin the year on a happier note. While the global oil market seems to be stabilising
Oil prices have witnessed handsome recovery with WTI rebounding from the lows of $26. 5/bbl (barrel) during February and is now trading above $45/bbl
Last week saw benchmark indices and sentiments moving from one extreme to the other. Though the weak started on a muted note on Tuesday the Nifty moved up
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William D. Green
Chairman & CEO, Accenture