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India's stock markets fall nearly 2 percent to lowest in a year
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Rotation trade from India to other EMs likely to even out: Exp...

NEW DELHI: Foreign institutional investors that were behind the 30 per cent rally in Indian markets last year have turned net-sellers since mid-April. Most of them reduced their overweight stance to invest in other emerging markets (EMs) such as China and ... Economic Times, 2 months ago
Markets melt on great fall of China The Financial Chronicle, 5 days ago
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Previous story: Indian Institute of Foreign Trade inaugurates TradeWinds Summit 2015 in presence of eminent personalities Next story: NJOI Trujillo Offers Custom Built Real Estate in Honduras Korean Cultural Centre, India & SITE Art Space in ...
 APN News1 week ago Indian Institute of Foreign Trade inaugurates TradeWinds Summit 2015 in presence of eminent personalities  APN News1 week ago Foreign trade and Northeast India  Observer India1 month ago
Seeking Alpha

Will India Be The First Domino To Fall?

Government of India has been running like a giant Enron. India's trade deficit, financed by foreign debt, equity and remittances, is unsustainable. An imminent currency crisis in India can trigger the fall of the first domino in a global chain. ...
 Seeking Alpha1 week ago The three-letter word holding back India, China REIT emergence  Livemint.com1 day ago When crisis comes home  Indian Express3 days ago All eyes on India  Indian Weekender1 week ago
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Expect more hiccups for mkts on Q1 nos; 5 wealth-creators experts are pitching for

NEW DELHI: Indian markets have displayed remarkable resilience amid Greece debt woes, sharp selling by foreign institutional investors and uncertainty around US Federal Reserve interest rate hike. April-June corporate earnings are going to be the major ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Day After Crash, Moody's Says India Resilient to Capital Flows  NDTV Profit4 days ago Here's why India is holding out despite the mess in Greece, China  Economic Times3 weeks ago Now, China, earnings could play spoilsport | Midcap funds sizzle  Economic Times1 month ago

News in numbers | 13% of FII assets are P-notes; India ranks 6th on terrorism index

P-notes essentially allow foreign investors to trade in the Indian capital market without disclosing their identity to authorities. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint 13% Percentage of assets owned by foreign institutional investors (FIIs) through ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago Calm down, curbing P-Notes now may not see 2007-repeat in Sensex. Here's why  Firstpost.com1 month ago VISHNU: How P-Notes had rocked Indian share markets earlier!  ProKerala.com1 month ago How P-Notes had rocked Indian share markets in 2007!  Mid Day1 month ago

P-note panic: Will FIIs buy govt pep talk? | Why mkts are spooked

NEW DELHI: Indian government is trying everything to make India a credible destination for foreign institutional investors. The government also dismisses any claims that there could be huge outflow of funds from India if rules become more stringent. "Both PM ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Forbes India

Investors usually dump Buffett mantra on investing when panic strikes

NEW DELHI: Whenever panic strikes the equity markets, traders usually run for cover. But for long-term investors, it could be a golden opportunity for creating wealth as valuations of most of the quality stocks have come down and they are available at much ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Sensex volatile amid global nervousness  Forbes India4 days ago Shrinking free-float: An investment challenge  Indian Express1 week ago Give incentives to foreign investors to invest in LDCs  Himalayan Times1 month ago

Rupee closes at 66.14 against US dollar, down 0.07%

Mumbai: The Indian rupee on Wednesday closed marginally lower than its previous close against the US dollar after against the US dollar from its previous close after local equity markets fell sharply. The home currency closed at 66.14, down 0.07% ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago Rupee trades lower at 66.24 against US dollar  HT Syndication3 days ago Rupee falls the most in 23 months to hit 66.68 per US dollar  Livemint.com5 days ago Live: Rupee closes weaker against US dollar at 65.83  Livemint.com1 week ago

Sensex Falls Over 300 Points, Nifty Ends Below 7800: 10 Developments

BSE Sensex and Nifty came under strong selling pressure in late trade but the rupee recovered from early losses. Despite policy moves by the China central bank on Tuesday to support the economy, global markets remained jittery, worrying that the ...
 NDTV3 days ago Sensex may fall by another 1000 pts, Nifty by 300; go short: Experts  Economic Times4 days ago Live: Sensex Down Over 300 Points, Nifty Below 8,400  NDTV Profit1 week ago Five reasons why Sensex plunged 551 points today  Financial Express1 month ago

Rupee closes higher against dollar

Mumbai: The Indian rupee on Thursday strengthened past the 66 mark against the US dollar after local equity markets opened over 1.5% higher in pre-trading session. The gains in the Asian currencies market also boosted the sentiment. At 9.10am, ...
 Livemint.com2 days ago Stocks in relief rally while rupee rebounds but stays below 66 against US dollar  Financial Express4 days ago Rupee weakens past 64 against US dollar  Livemint.com1 month ago
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