AS WE begin the last month of the calendar, all eyes will be on two major events, which will have major influence on the course that Nifty is going to take
Last week started with a big bang, as Nifty gained sharply giving the impression that its decline in the first eight sessions of November was just a correction in an
FoR a large part of last week, Nifty carried on with the correction that had begun the week before last, and except for a sudden spike seen in Thursday’s session,
So close yet so far! These five words can best describe last week’s mood of Nifty traders, in fact almost everyone on the Street. The five-year wait for Nifty
Which is the most confusing time for stock traders? Range-bound movement in any of the indices. Irrespective of whether this range-bound or sideways movement happens at the top
As nifty is placed very close to its previous intermediate high, expectations are high that the index will be able to cross this crucial resistance zone this time around.
Whether it was on account of short covering in banking stocks or continued buying in IT scrips, the benchmark Nifty gained 189 points despite the overall scepticism last week.
One day of correction followed by three days of upward climb. Net result: Last week Nifty gained 74 points in four trading sessions over the previous week’s
The divergence between the Nifty’s movement and the broader market breadth continues to widen. Last week a large number of stocks both from large and midcap segments remained
The week gone by will be remembered as the ‘week of central bankers’. First it was Ben Bernanke the chairman of the US Federal Reserve who decided