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Sep 19, 2013
Sensex surges 500 points: When money is easy, stocks will partyThe markets are driven not so much by fundamentals as surges in liquidity
Sep 14, 2012
Reform hopes, QE set markets on fire; oil cos, banks riseThe Sensex opened up 2 percent at 18381.94 and the Nifty 1.95 percent at 5541.15.
Sep 14, 2012
Indian stocks to rally on the back of monster US QE3 stimulusThe launch of QE3 is a double-edged sword for India. It will inflate asset values, but will also likely stoke inflation.
Sep 08, 2012
It's raining money! Should India be happy or worried?If the ECB and the US Fed unleash lots of liquidity, it would reignite growth and dollar flows - but it will keep the rupee volatile and also revive inflation
Aug 31, 2012
Fed's action to boost economy will be a 'close call'When Federal Reserve policymakers meet next month to decide whether to take action to boost the economy, it will be a "close call," a top Fed official said.
Aug 23, 2012
Nifty futures, Asian indices up on QE3 hopesChina PMI data is at a nine-month low, but hopes of an early QE3, and liquidity dreams, have indices somewhat upbeat in early trades.
Jul 10, 2012
Nifty futures, Asian indices up; Wall St slidesIndices are giving up early morning gains after China trade data came out. In the absence of strong global cues, the Indian market will be driven by corporate earnings and the monsoon outlook.
Jun 20, 2012
Nifty futures, Asian indices edge up on QE3 hopesIndices are mostly up this morning, after Wall Street finished strong on hopes of more monetary stimulus.
Jun 08, 2012
Bernanke signals no immediate adrenalin shots to the economyWith his dovish comments, Bernanke tamped down on market expectations of another round of Quantitative Easing.
Apr 04, 2012
Nifty futures, Asian indices down after Fed spikes QE3Talk of short-sightedness: what's good news for the economy is being perceived as bad news for the markets. After Fed signals no immediate need for monetary easing, markets slip.