The worrying fact for the equity market is that bond markets are not giving any indication that it believes the tightening will be postponed
The bulls are saying fundamentals are improving while the bears are saying cheap liquidity will vanish. Bulls are buying while bears are waiting to buy gold that has crashed by 26 percent from highs seen in 2011. Are the market bulls over optimistic? What should you do?
Will the Finance Minister be able to present a budget that keeps its corporate allies at an arms length?
The government is not comfortable with the GDP growth target of 5.7 percent and will have to take more measures to revive growth, Chief Economic Advisor Raghuram Rajan said at a press conference today.
The Indian mutual fund industry recorded a four percent growth in quarterly average assets under management (AUM) for the first time in the past four quarters to Rs 6.92 lakh crore in the April-June 2012
The only risk to equities is China having a hard landing.
Japan is facing a 'perfect storm' of bad economic trends: demographics, deflation, deficit and debt.
However, the ratings downgrade and Europe's debt crisis will be on everyone's mind this week. So, how will markets react?