Coronavirus scare: FPIs adopt cautious stance; invest only Rs 6,554 cr in capital markets in February
FPIs have adopted a cautious stance on the back of lack of growth in the domestic economy, disappointing corporate earnings and social unrest that the country is facing
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra hits out at Centre, says merely talking about $5 trillion economy and 'managing' headlines won’t help
Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Wednesday hit out at the Centre in wake of the current economic crisis, saying that by merely talking about $5 trillion economy and managing media headlines will not improve the nation's economy
No effect on oil supply to India following attacks on Aramco centres, assures Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan
Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Tuesday expressed confidence that there will be no effect on oil distribution and supply in the country following attacks on the oil stabilisation centres of Saudi oil giant Aramco
Under Trump, business ties might open in more ways between India and the USA than ever before and the markets might rejoice over the idea that India is a legitimate trusted ally of the USA
Clinton is clearly the stock market darling as she represents continuity and no threat to the global trade order.
After Raghuram Rajan's rap, it's Urjit Patel's raaga: Industry have high hopes from new RBI Governor
Figuratively and symbolically, the change in personality that Patel brings in to the top job at RBI appears to be very comforting to the industry and bankers who were often at the receiving end of the barbs, mostly in form of policy actions, from Rajan.
Overseas investors have pumped in a staggering over Rs 21,000 crore in Indian capital markets since the beginning of the month owing to easing inflation and rate cut by Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is "far too shrewd" to be distracted by nationalist symbolism which would derail his growth agenda and embroil him in unwanted controversies, well known Indian-American journalist Fareed Zakaria suggests.
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The swap window has attracted $34 billion of deposits (RBI has not given split of banks overseas borrowing and FCNR B swap). What is the cost to the central bank on the swap?<br /><br />
The Sensex is down 5.54 points at 20599.54, and the Nifty down 16.10 points at 6099.25.
Modi's ascension has only accentuated its polarising image. There are many who fear under his prime ministership India's social fabric will get damaged further. This too is a political risk.
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In nutshell, the new high of the Sensex is illusory. The higher you go, the steeper the fall.
The BSE benchmark Sensex is likely to hit the much awaited psychological level of 21,000 this Diwali, driven by robust foreign fund inflow, good quarterly earnings from corporates so far and favourable global cues, say analysts.
Though experts are unanimous in that we are getting close to a lower interest rate regime, ground reality is different. Though the apex bank has cut key policy rate by 125 basis points through last one year, banks haven't transmitted any significant amount rate cut to customers.
Dr. Rajan please do advice the policy makers not to run after USD flows into domestic debt. The country requires a much freer movement of capital for that and the INR is still not fully capital account convertible. India also lacks the maturity to handle negative flows and negative flows will happen many times going forward.
Stock markets around the world are crashing today following warnings from the US Federal Reserve that it could begin to taper its bond buying programme within a few months should the economic data warrant it.