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Donald Trump's win may shift focus from monetary policy to fis...

By Navneet Munot 'If you are poor, you get hand out, if you are rich, you get bail out; but if you are somewhere in the middle, you get left out.' It is the discontentment of this leftout middle class which led to Brexit in June, to Donald ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago

India a stock picker's paradise, safety in large-caps: SBI MF

India stands out amongst emerging markets in the long term and is less vulnerable to global factors, says Navneet Munot, CIO of SBI MF.
 Money Control1 month ago
Malay Mail

Worst November since 2011 for rupee, stocks

Mumbai: Indian stocks and the rupee capped their worst November performance in five years as investors grapple with the economic impact of the government's currency recall and a potential increase in US interest rates. The currency tumbled to a ...
 Gulf News3 days ago Modi Cash Ban Ushers Worst November for Rupee, Sensex Since 2011  La Repubblica4 days ago Cash Ban Ushers Worst November For Rupee, Sensex Since 2011  Bloomberg-Quint4 days ago

MFs pump Rs 8,000 crore into equities in November

Mutual fund managers have invested a little over Rs 8,000 crore in stocks so far this month, amid weakness in the stock market. The Indian markets are down nearly seven per cent in the past fortnight, due to uncertainty on how demonetisation will ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago

India's equity fund managers step up buying as uncertainties hover

India's equity fund managers, who manage assets worth Rs 5 lakh crore, have made the most of the ongoing turmoil in Indian shares. Not deviating from their over a year long strategy of 'buy on dips', they appear to be exhausting their cash holdings ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago
Gulf Times

Sensex trims losses after note ban

Bloomberg/Mumbai Indian equities pared losses and the rupee reversed declines as investors reassessed the effects of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's shock measures to curb corruption and Donald Trump's surprise victory in the US presidential ...
 Gulf Times3 weeks ago Stocks Trim Losses From Modi's Banknote Jolt as Rupee Recovers  Bloomberg3 weeks ago

Sensex, Nifty seen falling on Wednesday over scrapping of Rs1,000, Rs500 notes

Sensex, Nifty are slated to open sharply lower on Wednesday after govt withdrew Rs1,000 and Rs500 currency notes effective midnight Tuesday , in an attempt to crack down on black money Mumbai: The Sensex and Nifty are slated to open sharply lower on ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

Dalal Street bets Samvat 2073 will be better than last year

Mumbai: Notwithstanding a soft beginning, Dalal Street is betting Samvat 2073 would be better than the last year amid expectation that domestic interest rates are likely to be lowered further, and that earnings as well as the domestic economy will ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Technology funds turn unattractive

There is always a risk of investing in sector funds. When things are good, they give spectacular returns. But when things go bad for the sector, there is no place to hide. Such is the case with technology funds currently. The second quarter results ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

Sensex, Nifty volatile; banks auto stocks gain

11:00 Moneycontrol Bureau 11:55 am FII view: "As expected, many high frequency indicators we track have weakened since May, some of them weakening more than expected," Neelkanth Mishra of Credit Suisse says. Oil demand fell 2 percent in ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 month ago
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