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Jun 06, 2012
No need to panic over slowdown as fundamentals are strong: FMStressing that fundamentals of the economy are strong, Pranab Mukherjee said that he is fully confident that the objective of taking the economy back to the path of higher growth is very much achievable.
Apr 03, 2012
Should you bet on equities or commodities in medium term?Trend of outperformance of equities led by knowledge stocks will continue going forward given the positive outlook for the US economy, as well as given the weak growth outlook for China and India
Mar 09, 2012
China inflation at 3.2 percent, hits 20-month lowAnalysts say abating price pressures give Beijing space to loosen policy and reduce the amount of cash commercial banks must hold as reserves at the central bank.
Oct 28, 2011
Obama calls for 'firewall' to contain eurozone debt crisisUS President Barack Obama wants Europe to create a 'firewall' as part of its plans to contain the eurozone debt crisis, he said in a Financial Times newspaper article published today.
Oct 03, 2011
Sept quarter: Ghost of 2008 is back to torment investorsEven gold lost some of its lustre as a safe-haven asset, as September turned into one of the shiny metal's worst months in recent years, although it ended the quarter with respectable gains.
Aug 25, 2011
Bear grip is getting tighter, Nifty can vouch for thatRising inflation is making things worse as it has forced the central bank to maintain high interest rates. Analysts are playing their part too with their sectoral downgrades.
Aug 24, 2011
Risk Management Is Not A Cost But An InvestmentJitendra Satpute, CEO- TOPSGRUP Risk Intelligence firmly believes Risk Management to be an investment and it has to be reviewed regularly.
Aug 11, 2011
Emerging markets a safe haven, says Mark MobiusRuling out dollar as a safe haven, invest guru Mark Mobius asserts that equities is the place to be.
Aug 05, 2011
Stock Market Crash: Don't lose sight of the positivesSo far, it's the retail investors who were selling heavily, but institutional equity investors in Asia are a lot more cautious and are not completely cutting down their positions.
Jul 15, 2011
Big banks pass European stress test, 8 fail - need 2.5 bnEight European banks have failed a test of their ability to withstand a prolonged recession which did not build in the impact of a Greek default, the European Banking Authority said on Friday.