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Jan 09, 2012
Investors, the bumpy ride to Sensex 60,000 begins this year2012 is when the stock market should start bottoming out. This is the time for investors to start taking risks and invest in equity.
Jan 07, 2012
Dollar bears fail to force selloff; it's not good news for equityDespite several tries, the bears have been unable to force the dollar down. If the bulls score, one can expect a further rally in the greenback.
Dec 31, 2011
The god that failed: Gold is no longer a one-way betThe recent fall in gold prices has tested the faith of even diehard investors. So, is gold's golden run over?
Dec 29, 2011
Why one shouldn't bet on the US dollar in 2012-13Thanks to the eurozone crisis, the US dollar has been playing superman. But don't bet on its continued resilience.
Oct 28, 2011
The rupee soars to 48.83 against the dollarThe dollar faced heavy losses in Asia, having seen its biggest decline in more than two years against a basket of major currencies
Oct 22, 2011
Sensex will take cue from US dollar after euro packageThe euro bailout will get its first taste of market sentiment over the weekend. The currency to watch is the US dollar
Sep 23, 2011
Rupee-stocks double-whammy: how each drags the other downThe sharp slide in the rupee is accelerating the sell-off in equities and accentuating risk aversion. And there may be more grief coming the market's way today.
Sep 15, 2011
Big Moment: RBI rescues rupee, but for how long?Experts believe RBI's intervention indicates the rupee is unlikely to fall much lower than 48 against the greenback. Don't bet on that because the central bank only intervenes in extreme situations.
Sep 12, 2011
What a weakening euro means for the rupee and IndiaThe euro is on the skids while the rupee is on a stronger wicket. There is little reason for the Indian currency to depreciate too much.
Sep 10, 2011
It's European disunity that makes the euro attractive!Curiously, there is a resilience in the European project as the euro may have found strength in disunity.