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market outlook

Market Outlook December 2017

The Indian markets have been range bound with NIFTY hovering between 10,000-10450 for over a month waiting for the next cue. The next cue could potentially be coming from Gujarat. Though symbolic how the current ruling party fares in the state could provide some indication to how BJP fares in the 2019 elections. A strong …

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market review

Creating a new normal…

The Indian markets have been scaling new highs with NIFTY remaining above 10,000 for over a month. The current rally in Indian market is fuelled by strong liquidity from domestic investors. As strong inflows continue into domestic mutual funds reforms initiated by the Modi-led government reaffirm the faith of foreign investors ( as evident from …

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SAMVAT 2074…Festivities continue for markets

As we head into SAMVAT 2074, Indian markets remain buoyant & I expect festivities to continue in the year ahead. The Year in retrospect… SAMVAT 2073 was a good year for the markets at it touched all-time highs & NIFTY was higher by ~18 % y-o-y crossing the 10k mark for the first time. Markets …

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Market Outlook in September 2017

The Indian markets have been range bound over the last month with NIFTY consolidating between 9700-10200. The current rally in Indian market is fuelled by strong liquidity from domestic investors. As strong inflows continue into domestic mutual funds reforms initiated by the Modi-led government reaffirm the faith of foreign investors in the India growth story …

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Demonetization

Demonetization a success or failure-time will tell

As per the RBI, an estimated Rs.15.28 lakh crore has been deposited as on June 30, 2017 as compared to Rs 15.44 lakh crore in circulation. PM Narendra Modi’s decision to cancel the tender of 85% of currency in circulation on 8th November 2016 was greeted with delight in some quarters and anger in others …

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currency denominations

How currency denominations are determined-The Renard Series

The RBI recently announced the introduction of the Rs.200 currency note and said that it would simplify getting change for larger- currency denominations. So the question arises, why was it so important to have a 200-rupee note and how is currency denominations determined in the first place. In order to determine currency denominations, various central …

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How do you lose your Capital?

What is Capital? Capital is our hard-earned money which we save over the years. The next question thus is Why do we save? We save to meet our needs or goals in the future, or perhaps for contingency. Thus we invest the money we have with us instead of spending it, and wait for consumption for …

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TDS

How TDS works

TDS stands for ‘Tax Deducted at Source’. TDS has been introduced to collect tax from the source from where an Individual’s income is generated. It is applicable on the various incomes received such as salaries, interest received, commission received etc. Different rates of TDS have been prescribed by the Income Tax Act for different payments …

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