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Happy times to continue

The Union Budget 2017 can well be viewed as a positive budget for the markets for two simple reasons. One, it intends to give immense boost to the economy by propping up the much needed rural, agriculture and infrastructure sectors … Continue reading

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Shift to financial assets

The market is likely to witness increased volatility as the December quarter results pour in. How the initial days of the Trump Administration pan out coupled with lack of clarity on GST and impact of demonetisation on the economy and … Continue reading

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Move with caution

Market will witness heightened volatility in the short to medium term though the outlook for the long term remains bullish. The effects of Rexit, Brexit and the progress of monsoon that has remained erratic so far and needs to be … Continue reading

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Positive signals

strong macro fundamentals with the March quarter GDP at 7.9 per cent giving a full year GDP of 7.6 per cent has bolstered the confidence in the market to such a level that most experts are of the considered view … Continue reading

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A prudent budget

Except for introduction of dividend tax for those receiving it in excess of Rs. 10 lakh, I could hardly find anything that can be termed negative for the market in the Union Budget 2016. The measure of dividend tax can … Continue reading

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Global pressures build up

THE steep correction witnessed by the market has shattered the myth that the Indian market will largely remain unaffected by what happens to the global markets. Despite economic macro-fundamentals remaining solid and, in fact, benefitting from softening commodity prices, no … Continue reading

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Consolidate in the lull

Post the September quarter earnings, the market may remain bearish in the short to medium term due to stretched valuations with earnings not likely to pick up soon and further downgrades by analysts for FY 2016 and 2017. Also, the … Continue reading

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Push and pull scenario

I would once again re-iterate that India is in the middle of an unprecedented bull market and the risk-reward trade-off for investing in the Indian market remains positive. Investors, therefore, should not get disturbed by the momentary blips, be they … Continue reading

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Improved sentiment?

Analysts are sharply divided over the sustainability of current recovery in the market that has witnessed the index recovering by around 6 per cent after falling 13 per cent to touch its lowest for the year during the second week … Continue reading

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Muted scenario

THE completion of one year of the Modi Government has left the market confused since the analysts I talked to had diametrically opposite views, ranging from extreme disappointment to happiness and optimism about the future. I would like to be … Continue reading

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