Tirthankar Patnaik, India Strategist, Mizuho Bank says if the market corrects to 8200, then it becomes a screaming buy, despite all the negatives. Money Control, 1 week ago
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Tirthankar Patnaik, India Strategist at Mizuho Bank told CNBC-TV18, "For a long term investor, the idea is definitely to buy. You get these chances of where the market is coming off 9,000 levels, it has gone down to about 8,500. Chances are that it ...MSN News, 1 week ago
Clerk of the course Ashish Budhia (left) with Tirthankar Bose (centre) and Lt-Col BP Kushwaha at India Gate in New Delhi on March 8. Telegraph picture The first India-Nepal motor rally, which ended on March 8, was steeped in international ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 week ago
Petrol, diesel prices in India lower than developed nations: Jayant Sinha Flipkart has biggest piece of Indian e-tail pie IFRS Diary 14: Ind AS € Finally Here! Prefer PSU banks, NBFC: Tirthankar Patnaik Latest from Business Sat, 21 Mar 2015 ...INooz, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: The world is patiently waiting for the US Federal Reserve to take a call on its pledge to be "patient" on rate hikes. The tension is already making its presence felt on the bourses, with the Sensex slipping by nearly 1,000 points so far ...Economic Times, 1 week ago
Markets ended lower, amid a choppy trading session as institutional investors booked profits on caution ahead of the two-day US Federal Reserve policy meet which begins tomorrow while further contraction in February WPI data weighed on investor ...Smart Investor, 1 week ago
MUMBAI: The word 'patient' and a few dots will determine the direction of the stock market in the near term. Investors are watching whether the US Federal Reserve omits the word 'patient' from its commentary on the interest rate outlook at the end ...Economic Times, 1 week ago
MUMBAI: Will Indian markets be dragged down by worries about a tighter US monetary policy? Or, will investors give bigger importance to the quantitative easing (QE) programme being launched by the European Central Bank (ECB)? These are the questions ...Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Euro events likely to keep markets volatile this week Economic Times, 2 months ago
(Updates with market move, in 13th paragraph.) His second unscheduled quarter-point reduction in three months on Wednesday left analysts divided over what hell do at the next review on April 7. Of 18 economists surveyed by Bloomberg News, eight ...La Repubblica, 3 weeks ago Rajan's Next Move on India Rates Divides Goldman, Morgan Stanley Bloomberg, 3 weeks ago
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