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stock markets 2020

Stock markets in 2020 starts off on a volatile note

Stock markets in 2020 started off on a volatile note as the frontline indexes hit new highs punctured by sharp decline in markets due to US-Iran tensions. For CY19 the NIFTY was up by 11.5% while SEXSEX was up by 13.8% for the full year. But the rally in NIFTY50 was a narrow rally. Top …

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Uneasiness persists in markets

Stock market Index- NIFTY/SENSEX sustained at significantly high levels, though the broader markets remain subdued. Markets have largely remained range bound over the last month but the euphoria seen in the index levels do not reflect in stocks beyond the top 10-15 stocks. Liquidity remains strong as seen from the oversubscription in IPOs over the …

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Markets hit peak but economic slowdown persists

Stock market Index- NIFTY/SENSEX hit all-time highs over the last month, though the broader markets remain significantly lower. Sensex moved above 40,000 while NIFTY scaled above 12,000 levels partly driven by strong FII flows. September quarter results have been declared over the last month & profits have mostly been on the higher side driven by …

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SAMVAT 2076-Looking for light at the end of the tunnel

I hope that the new SAMVAT, 2076 turns out to be a very prosperous year for all of us and keeps the market momentum going The festival of lights “Deepavali” will mark the beginning of the trading new year-SAMVAT 2076, with the auspicious Muhurat trading session scheduled to be conducted on 27th October 2019 from …

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Will the festive season bring some cheer to stock markets?

Stock markets have been largely range bound over the last month, though the broader markets have continued with its subdued performance largely due to consistent selling by FPIs. The government has taken several measures to boost the economy, such as corporate tax rate cuts & roll back of tax surcharge, but it has failed to …

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