Last week saw a sharp increase in intra-day and intra-week volatility largely due to global factors.
The last eight years, global volatility in financial markets was often triggered by events either in the US or Europe. Now, it is the turn of Asia to scare both currency and equity markets globally.
While the undercurrent in the market was largely bullish last week, Nifty witnessed volatility both on an intra-day and intra-week basis. Yet, on most trading sessions, the broader market
- Aug02By Ravi Shenoy, VP, midcap research, Motilal Oswal Securities
June quarter banking results have been a positive surprise with slowdown in asset quality deterioration and better-than-expected profitability. This is especially true in the PSU banking space where
Down for two days up for three. The zigzag market movement left Nifty with a net gain of 11 points last week
India's pharma sector has been presenting mixed growth trends. On the one hand growing demand is presenting an opportunity while on the other many factors are
After a long time, the domestic stock market outperformed other Asian markets, as it managed to hold its head above water even as the US market sailed through a correction.
Global developments once again impacted the Indian market last week. But unlike the last three weeks when developments both in the east and the west were triggering volatility
Last week was extremely eventful for the equity market, with developments in Greece and China impacting global financial markets and reminding investors and traders that there are still many pockets
After a long time the Indian market last week showed signs of outperformance over other emerging markets. Even when a default by Greece was looking imminent and all