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Markets on a high despite headwinds

Markets have been touching new 52-w highs around NIFTY 17400 levels despite globally high interest rates, high inflation, energy crisis in Europe & fears of recession. With inflation easing marginally in the US, the dollar index has declined marginally to 106. Prices of crude among other metals & mining commodities are inching up on expectations …

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india blooms, global recession

India blooms – Global recession looms

Markets have been volatile between 17400 to 18100 levels. Globally high inflation, energy crisis in Europe & fears of recession are indicating to some tough times ahead. The dollar index has gone up to a two decade high of 110. ¬†Prices of crude among other metals & mining commodities are on a downward trend due …

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FIIs back in action in India

Markets bounced back sharply over the last month by over 10% to 17900 NIFTY levels. Lower 10 year g-sec rates & inflation globally have eased nerves to some extent. Given the lower inflation print we expect rate hikes to slow down over next 3 months. Prices of crude among other metals & mining commodities declined …

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Section 54F

Want to buy a house by redeeming mutual fund investments?

Are you planning to buy a residential flat by investing the redemption proceeds of mutual fund investment? Will you be able to claim capital gain exemption if you reinvest the redemption proceeds for buying the second residential flat or claim the benefits a second time ? Well the answer is –¬† Section 54F of Income …

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Inflation global

Global Inflation drives G-Sec yields

Markets have been range bound over the last month as inflation increased leading to increase in 10 year G-sec rates globally. NIFTY & SENSEX were up 19.4% & 17.5% in FY 22. This move has largely been driven by DIIs due to strong inflows into mutual funds which offset strong FII outflows over last year. …

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Ukraine Russia

Russia shoots down Ukraine & markets

Markets corrected over the last month due to the Ukraine Russia conflict which has been going on for over a fortnight now. We expect markets to remain volatile till we have a resolution in place. Going ahead inflation remains the primary concern as crude is above $100/bbl. Corporate earnings need to improve in subsequent quarters …

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Global Inflation

Global inflation spooks markets

Markets corrected marginally over the last month partly due to rise in global inflation & talks of interest rate hikes. Markets have corrected ~10% from all time highs. We expect 2022 to bring significant relief & hope for everyone due to economic revival, though inflation remains the primary concern. December quarter earnings have been mostly …

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Bull 2021

The bull on the rampage in 2021

Markets remain buoyant as both NIFTY & SENSEX reclaimed 18,000 & 60,000 levels. For CY21 the NIFTY was up by 24.1% while SEXSEX was up by 22% for the full year. Markets have been quite resilient through the year despite the 2nd covid wave as markets have hardly corrected 10% at any point of time. …

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Invest before the bull recovers

Invest before the bull recovers

There has been a sharp correction in stock markets over the last 2 months as the NIFTY has corrected over 10% from highs of 18604 hit on 18th October 2021. SENSEX hit a high of 62245 similarly. They are currently around 16800 & 56000 respectively. The rapidly spreading Omicron variant continues to spook investors as …

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Omicron variant

New Omicron variant unsettles markets

Markets have corrected ~8-9% from all-time highs due to fears of the new Omicron variant. Liquidity remains strong on the domestic front though we are witnessing strong foreign outflows. The markets look over heated at the moment and a marginal correction cannot be ruled out. How new cases relating to the new variant plays out …

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