With the outcome of the Bihar Assembly elections now known, the focus will again shift to the US Federal Reserve's stance on rates and corporate earnings growth. Vetri Subramaniam, chief investment officer, Religare Invesco Mutual Fund, tells Puneet ... Smart Investor, 2 weeks ago
Contend equities market there presents attractive opportunities to invest, as continent emerges from economic crisis Chandan Kishore Kant | Mumbai January 22, 2014 Last Updated at 22:50 IST After launching schemes that invest in the US, Brazil and ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago
By A Correspondent | Posted 2 hours In an apparent show of solidarity with France, CST was lit up in the colours of the French flag, like many other memorials around the world. The only problem — instead of the vertical stripes, the colours ...Mid Day, 1 week ago
A knee-jerk reaction to Bihar poll outcome saw Sensex and Nifty slip 2.3 per cent each in intra-day deals. The markets recovered partially by the time trade closed. The Sensex ended 144 points, or 0.6 per cent, lower at 26,121. The Nifty closed 39 ...Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
Markets reacted sharply to the outcome of Bihar elections with the S&P BSE Sensex and the Nifty 50 slipping 2.3% each to hit a low of 25,656 levels and 7,771 levels, respectively in intra-day deals. Realty, pharma, metal and infrastructure indices ...Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago Sensex sinks 600 points. Is it time to bottom fish? Smart Investor, 2 weeks ago
The much awaited impact of a new government on the economy and the markets is being postponed with quarterly numbers refusing to show any movement on the ground. September quarter company results too have been a disappointment. Many companies are ...Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago Are FIIs losing its faith in the Modi government? Smart Investor, 3 weeks ago
The dollar has strengthened against most currencies. While this helps Indian mutual funds upfront, redeeming in securities other than the US is affected negatively. The performance of international schemes offered by mutual funds has been severely hit by a falling rupee in the past year. The average return of international funds is -11.01 per cent in the past year, among the worst across scheme categories. The value of Rs 100 invested a year ago stands today at Rs 88.99. Gold funds have ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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