• Jan
    15

    The first hints of what the new US president would bring to the emerging markets came on Thursday. When the Indian market opened for trade on Thursday pharma

  • Jan
    09

    The Street sentiment was better last week than in the previous week though the pace of Nifty’s rise was slower. The market breadth was relatively much better and

  • Dec
    19

    A big event that every segment of financial markets across the globe were waiting with bated breath went off peacefully. Contrary to expectations most asset classes did not

  • Dec
    12

    Always expect the unexpected in financial markets. Given that banks are flushed with funds it was expected that the Reserve Bank of India would cut the

  • Dec
    04

    It was another week of ups and downs on the street. But the Nifty came out largely unscathed from them by limiting the weekly loss to 27

  • Nov
    20

    When the market opened on Tuesday after an extended weekend, the Nifty's corrective move, started after US election results and demonetisation, accentuated. More number of stocks joined the list

  • Nov
    14

    It is not every week that the equity market has to deal with two stunning events—one national and the other international—and still wrap up the week with a loss of

  • Oct
    17

    After a gap of six months the market witnessed both bad market breadth and weakness in nearly all indices. Sectoral indices and broader market breadth came under pressure

  • Oct
    12

    In the last six months, there had been very few instances where both broader market indices and market breadth underperformed benchmark indices. Even on days the Nifty had slipped

  • Oct
    03

    Expect the unexpected is a maxim of the equity market. But most players ignore this golden dictum only to regret later