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Devangshu Datta: The poisoned air we breathe

Air pollution is estimated to have cost Delhi and Mumbai around Rs 70,000 crore in 2015 Business Standard, 2 days ago

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Businessgyan, 1 month ago

Nifty gave one bullish signal

Nifty recorded higher highs in the past week, says Devangshu Datta.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ The stock market inched up through the first week of 2017. The market awaits Q3 earnings reports and it's also processing the Budget rumours and new US policy stances. Nobody is expecting strong Q3 numbers, given demonetisation, poor macro-data and low bank credit. But low expectations means that the market would view even minor improvements as bullish. The Nifty gave one bullish signal as ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Devangshu Datta: Key downside support level at 7,893  Smart Investor1 week ago

Devangshu Datta: Optimistic but bracing for impact

With the Budget round the corner there are expectations of sops
 Business Standard1 week ago

Guru gyan: How to trade in a low-volume market

Trading such scenarios takes discipline, advises Devangshu Datta.   Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) sold heavily in November and December (until December 26), with net sales amounting to over Rs 40,500 crore of debt and over Rs 23,000 crore of equity. Domestic institutions (DIIs) were active on the other side. In November, DIIs logged Rs 18,700 crore of net equity buying and they bought over Rs 4,000 crore equity in December as well.  The FPI debt sales have also been matched by ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Devangshu Datta: Trading strategies for a low-volume market  Smart Investor3 weeks ago

2017: The year of the strong dollar (and weak rupee)

IMAGE: Rs may hit 70+ levels to the $ Photograph: Vivek Prakash/Reuters. Devangshu Datta predicts the good, the bad and the ugly of currency trends for the coming year. The US became the world's largest economy circa 1900 but the dollar became the world's reserve currency only after World War II. At that stage, a series of international agreements led to fixed exchange rates in major nations and the dollar achieved its unique status for several reasons. First, America was ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Devangshu Datta: Strong dollar in 2017  Business Standard1 month ago

Stockmarkets: Long-term continues to look bearish

The market is clinging to support above the 8,000 mark and hitting resistance above 8,150, says Devangshu Datta. The market is clinging to support above the 8,000 mark and hitting resistance above 8,150. This narrow range is liable to be broken by news flow. That could come out of the US where there is still political uncertainty and a mid-month Fed review. It could come out of India with further developments on the currency crunch. The long-term continues to look bearish. The 200-DMA is at ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Fall below 7,900 could take Nifty to 7,500-7,600 levels  Rediff.com1 month ago Devangshu Datta: Prospect of bear market looms over India  Business Standard2 months ago US election result won't affect Indian markets  Rediff.com2 months ago

Devangshu Datta: There's some hope for banking sector

The latest data suggests that a very large proportion of the denotified currency will be deposited back into the banking system
 Business Standard1 month ago Devangshu Datta: Opportunity ahead... if you have patience  Business Standard1 month ago Devangshu Datta: What demonetisation means for the banking sector  Smart Investor2 months ago

Devangshu Datta: Equity must for sound returns over long term

Businessgyan - The destination for Business Knowledge powered by a community of experts, who share and point to useful and inspiring articles for entrepreneurs and business leaders. Find articles, blogs, videos and links that experts value in the ...
 Businessgyan1 month ago

Devangshu Datta: Keep track of auto numbers

These should give a good sense of when the economy bottoms out
 Business Standard1 month ago Keep track of auto numbers  Rediff.com1 month ago

Devangshu Datta: A watershed for the wrong reasons

The note ban is pulling down IIP. There will likely not be sufficient cash in the system for a year. Rural India will suffer as there is no chance that telecom networks and banks can be set up in these areas for cashless transactions within 6 months
 Business Standard1 month ago
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