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Balkrishna Inds gains after Amansa Investments purchases bulk ...

Balkrishna Industries rose 1.61% at Rs 630 at 13:10 IST on BSE after Amansa Investments bought a total of 17.50 lakh shares in bulk deals on BSE and NSE on Friday, 20 March 2015. Meanwhile, the S&P BSE Sensex was up 46.32 points or 0.16% at ... Capital Market, 3 weeks ago

Not FIIs, domestic investors to drive the rally on D-Street: Experts

NEW DELHI: Most analysts at top global brokerage firms have already flagged concerns of 'overweight' stance of FIIs or top global emerging market funds on India, which may limit further investment in the country, say experts. FIIs have invested a ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
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Dollar to be the best performing currency of 2015?

A stable dollar will at the minimum reduce further incremental cross-currency pain for Indian companies, notes Akash Prakash. Most are convinced the dollar will keep strengthening - so it's useful to ask: could they be wrong? Probably the most crowded trade in play today is on the strong dollar. Divergent monetary policy outlooks, interest-rate differentials and expected growth trajectories all favour the dollar and the United States versus Europe and Japan. This has become a consensus ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Akash Prakash: For US equities, good days are ending

Stocks listed in the United States have been leading global markets ever since the current rally began in March 2009. They have delivered approximately 150 per cent in absolute terms, compared to 80 per cent for non-US stocks. Given their current ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago For US equities, good days are ending  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Growth oriented, far-sighted Budget has impressed bull market

We should be happy that the finance minister has seemingly accepted the need for a new monetary policy framework and has indicated the desire to set up a monetary policy committee, says Akash Prakash. Image: London Mayor Boris Johnson (centre R) poses with a bronze replica of a bull during his visit to the Bombay Stock Exchange. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters The Union Budget has, by and large, met most rational expectations of what could have been delivered. Budget 2015: Complete ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Growth budget to lure investors, underpin Indian stocks

While markets may consolidate here for a bit and wait for earnings to catch up, the bull market is in no danger New Delhi's annual budget did not unveil any big bang proposals that stock markets had been speculating for weeks, but it had enough ...
 Gulf News1 month ago
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Akash Prakash: Budget will keep the bulls happy

The Union Budget has, by and large, met most rational expectations of what could have been delivered. The arithmetic seems realistic, with gross tax revenues growing by 15.8 per cent and total expenditure by six per cent (because of lower central ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Why we need to manage our Budget expectations  Rediff.com1 month ago Akash Prakash: Manage your Budget expectations  Business Standard India1 month ago
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Press release on Poddar Developers

Equirus celebrated its first anniversary of incorporation on 24th Jul 08 at Trident, (formerly The Hilton), Mumbai with a panel discussion on "Absolute Return Strategies". ...
 Equirus1 month ago
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