A big event that the global financial markets were waiting for got over last week when the US Federal Reserve finally raised the policy rates by 25 basis points.
The holiday season is about to start in the west, but it appears the bulls have already gone on a holiday here. Both market breadth and Nifty 50 remained
Nothing much had happened to the Nifty 50 in the first half of last week, though it traded with a marginally negative bias. But broader market sentiment was relatively
From extremely bearish the market sentiment changed to marginally bullish last week. A reason for this mood change was the end of the earnings season since there
In less than six months from now, more than 500 listed Indian companies will move to Ind AS—Indian Accou-nting Standards that are substantially converged with the International Financial Report-ing Standards
Technically the strength of a short-covering bounce indicates a prevailing downtrend is changing or not. Last week this column had mentioned that there would be volatility in
The latest quarterly results season came to an end last week, with around 1,600 National Stock Exchange-listed companies and more BSE-listed companies disclosing their quarterly, July-September, financials along with their
The week before last broad market indices went under the control of bears. Last week even the sentiment was taken over by bears
It was another week where bears took control of the Nifty and the broader market sentiment. What powered their hammer last week was yet more disappointment on corporate earnings
India is closely watching China's economic macro-data, and measures being taken by the Chinese government to put the economy at a faster pace. A resource-starved China's faster growth will
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