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The volatility is not done yet. The global issues that caused heightened volatility in the equity and currency markets last week has not died down. The threat to Eurozone stabilityRead More
Central bank intervention in currency markets has picked up considerable pace in the last one month. The SNB (Swiss National Bank) started off the process by selling Euros at CHF (Read More
The 25bps hike in repo and reverse repo rate by the RBI is a reinforcement of its anti inflationary stance. The market reconciled itself to a rate hike post the August inflation nuRead More
The RBI will not hike rates in its mid term policy review on the 16th of September 2011. The reason that they will not hike rates is the case of another rate hike at this juncture Read More
The BRIC countries are meeting next week to discuss the European debt crisis and how they can help the indebted countries in Europe. The Chinese premier Wen Jiabao said in a speechRead More
India inflation as measured by the WPI or Wholesale Price Inflation for the month of August 2011 came in at 9.78% as against a level of 9.22% seen in July 2011. The rise in inflatiRead More
The Information Technology (IT) sector is bearing the brunt of the expected economic weakness in the US and Eurozone. The NSE IT index has underperformed the Nifty by 5.5% in the lRead More
The Euro is down over 3.5% against the US Dollar (USD) and is looking to go down further of the back of debt woes in the Eurozone. The Indian Rupee (INR) is down over 4.5% against Read More
The Sensex and Nifty is poised for extreme bouts of volatility. The equity indices can swing either way by 2% to 3% on an intra day basis. Market positioning coupled with global maRead More
The resurgence of global risk aversion is not filtering into domestic government bond yields. The fall in US and German bond yields to record low close of 1.92% and 1.77% respectivRead More
Investors looking to enter the market at current levels of the Sensex at 17000 and the Nifty at 5100 should not be worried about what RBI does on the 16th of September. Investors sRead More
Action Ravi’s story is true for almost all you investors who followed advice but did not receive good follow on advice. The follow on advice helps you to protect capital, earn goodRead More
The Eurozone is the worst affected in the current economic crisis and the Euro will have to reflect the weakness. The Euro, which had gained over 13% against the USD in the last onRead More
The arrest of the education company Everonn Managing Director on charges of corruption, has taken down the shares of the company by 42% in three days. Investors have lost almost haRead More
Fixed income market in India can be categorized into five segments, Money Market, Government Bond Market, Corporate Bond Market, Interest Rate Derivative Market and Credit DerivatiRead More

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