MUMBAI: Indian stock markets extended their losses for the fourth consecutive trading session on Thursday over fears that the US Federal Reserve may raise interest rates by the end of the year, adding nervousness to global markets. Derivative ... Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
Moneycontrol.com Corporate earnings, the Federal Reserve stance on interest rates and the Bihar elections will be the three factors driving market sentiment near term, Yogesh Radke, Head of Quantitative Research at Edelweiss Securities tells ...MSN News US, 3 weeks ago
The roll over cost for the November series is around 45-50 basis points compared to an average of around 70 basis points during a bull market, indicating that traders are cautious about carrying forward their long positions, says Yogesh Radke of ...Moneycontrol.com, 3 weeks ago
MUMBAI: Come November, small traders may prefer betting on the Nifty through options rather than futures as the cost of trading in equity derivatives is set to more than double. The value of minimum derivative contract size will increase to Rs ...Economic Times, 4 weeks ago
Brokers sitting idle during a network outage at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on Thursday Traders rolled forward long positions on expectations of an interest rate cut by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) at its monetary policy review meeting on ...Business Standard India, 2 months ago
Foreign investors continue pullout, despite MAT relief The benchmark indices are down to levels seen nearly 13 months earlier, after the 10 per cent fall in the past month because of risk aversion created by worries over China's slowdown. Declining for a third day, the BSE exchange's benchmark Sensex on Wednesday fell 243 points or nearly one per cent to 25,453.6, its lowest close since August 8, 2014. The National Stock Exchange's Nifty ended 69 points or 0.9 per cent lower at 7,717, ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Experts don't rule out the index testing its recent lows as global markets remain on tenterhooks; 8,200 on Nifty a key resistance. India was no exception to the rout seen in global markets, led by China, in the past few days. India's leading indices, as well as mid- and small-cap stocks, saw a sharp fall amid high volatility. Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) sold in huge quantities and at Rs 16,700 crore or Rs 167 billion of net sales, August has seen the highest monthly ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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