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May 24, 2019
Mutual Fund industry wants new govt to act on consumption, boost investmentsThe market will focus on steps taken by the government to encourage investment and give a push to consumption, which is hitting a soft patch
May 24, 2019
Markets expect Narendra Modi-led NDA govt to encourage investment, stable economic policiesArray
Jan 05, 2015
Nilesh Shah quits Axis Capital, rumoured to join Kotak groupArray
Oct 20, 2014
Sensex has a ball again and the pros think there is no stopping this bull marketThe election results have enthused the bulls again. But when markets keep looking for excuses to rise, it means we are in a fundamentally long-term bull run
Sep 11, 2014
It's a bull market, but not like 2003-08; Sensex could hit 60000 by 2017-18No two bull markets are the same. The bull market that began around August 2013 is likely to continue till 2017-18, but it will not be a repeat of 2003-08, when the Sensex multiplied seven-fold in five years
May 15, 2012
L&T a winner on Q4 results, Bharti bleeds on money laundering probeMarkets seem to holding the gains as the Sensex is up 150 points to 16,365 while the Nifty has gained 42 points to 4,950. The gains could be attributed to the improvement in the European markets
Apr 25, 2012
S&P lowers outlook for top IT cos , will FII flows take a beating?In an environment where global investors are already spooked by the new proposed changes in India's anti-tax avoidance scheme and the resurgence of eurozone crisis, S&P's warning is sure to drive FIIs further away from India.
Jan 23, 2012
Do not expect a rate change from RBI: Axis DirectTomorrow, markets will be looking at how the RBI plans to manage liquidity, inflation and growth.
Aug 22, 2011
After a bruising week, Asian markets open with gainsLooking to put last week's losses behind, Asian markets are up this morning. The prospect of a third round of Quantitative Easing may be lifting up sentiment in the short term.