Reported By: Sanjeev Bhasin | May 12, 2013 20:07 (IST)
The week ahead will have results from key Nifty companies and also both WPI and CPI inflation data. The other key indicator for the week ahead would be the weakness in the rupee, which is showing huge divergence vis-a-vis the stock market and would be a huge point of concern if it continuous to be weak. The currency ended the week at 54.8, its highest level in the last three months.
Reported By: Sanjeev Bhasin | May 05, 2013 20:03 (IST)
Sell on rallies continues to be the buzzword as after a stellar rally, the negatives in the shape of politics, a hawkish RBI stance and a delay in improvement of macro-economic indicators continue to outweigh the positives. However, with foreign inflows getting stronger again, we could see prices hold at present levels with flows matching the negative news flow.
Reported By: Sanjeev Bhasin | April 28, 2013 18:29 (IST)
The main gainer of the weakness in gold and oil would definitely be the government, as by default, the current account deficit gets reduced. However, with politics again raising its ugly head, governance and policy paralysis could again grip the ruling party and wash away all the gains. Caution should be the key as we head into the month of May with profit-booking on rallies the buzzword.
Reported By: Sanjeev Bhasin | April 21, 2013 21:28 (IST)
The Week ahead should see some consolidation as we head into an F&O (futures and options) expiry week. The Markets would look to digest the huge gains notched up in the last 7 days and would be volatile.
Reported By: Sanjeev Bhasin | April 14, 2013 19:46 (IST)
The week ahead should see the markets react to key March inflation data on Monday and Reliance results due on Tuesday. The Nifty is very critically placed at key support levels of 5500, any breach of which can trigger a wave of selling. With pessimism at its highest, expect next week to be a trend-decider for the next few months.
Written By: Sanjeev Bhasin | April 07, 2013 21:50 (IST)
The week ahead should see the stock markets bounce back after being heavily oversold in the short term. Fall in oil prices, expectation of good results and fall in bond yields will likely help markets rally next week.
March 31, 2013 20:12 (IST)
The week ahead should see markets rally as we enter April after a poor first quarterly performance. The Nifty fell almost 5 per cent from January 1, 2013 to march 31, 2013. Historically April has tended to bring better tidings with stocks and indices turning -bullish-.
New Delhi, India | March 28, 2013 14:49 (IST)
Foreign investors are convinced about India's growth potential, global ratings major Fitch's Indian unit chief said, adding that much of the investments will start pouring in after the general elections.
London, United Kingdom | March 27, 2013 14:20 (IST)
The euro zone's awkward handling of Cyprus's bailout puts extra pressure on the bloc's downgrade-threatened sovereign ratings and shows policymakers overestimate their ability to contain the crisis, credit agency Moody's said.
Mumbai, India | March 25, 2013 13:14 (IST)
India's move to ease restrictions for foreign investors in domestic debt markets is unlikely to significantly boost capital inflows unless the government also cuts withholding taxes, a more difficult decision for a country with fiscal challenges.
March 24, 2013 19:14 (IST)
This would be the ideal time to ignore the noise and buy equities for the remainder of the year and expect outperformance.
New Delhi, India | March 22, 2013 16:09 (IST)
According to the global investment banking major, the RBI will continue to gradually shift its focus to reviving growth from exclusively fighting inflation since 2010 and is likely to cut rates in June by 25bp, and by 50bp in March 2014 quarter.
March 18, 2013 10:57 (IST)
The Nifty was very volatile this week and saw big intra-day moves of over 100 points on three trading days.
Reported By: Sanjeev Bhasin | Mumbai | March 03, 2013 18:15 (IST)
The week ahead should see the stock market rebound as Finance Minister P Chidambaram has clarified on certain amendments in the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) with Mauritius. Ambiguity on the same had sent the markets reeling under selling pressure on Budget day.
Reported By: Sanjeev Bhasin | February 04, 2013 08:22 (IST)
The week ahead should see the market tread with caution as fatigue seems to be setting in. A slew of corporate results and some more announcements from the government will be keenly watched to determine the direction further.
Reported By: Sanjeev Bhasin | January 28, 2013 09:04 (IST)
The week ahead should see markets being volatile as we head into a futures and options (F&O) expiry week, with corporate earnings and RBI policy being the other key drivers.
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Reported By: Sanjeev Bhasin | Mumbai | January 14, 2013 07:35 (IST)
The stock market is expected to react to a host of corporate earnings along with key inflation data slated for this week.
Reported By: Sanjeev Bhasin | Mumbai | January 06, 2013 16:15 (IST)
The 50-stock Nifty closed the week over the 6,000 mark, a level last seen almost two years back. Now, it's the sentiment that may nudge the index higher on the back of strong foreign flows in the week ahead.
December 31, 2012 08:43 (IST)
The week ahead should see the Nifty scale the elusive 6,000 mark on the back of fund flows, positive sentiment and expectation of monetary easing by the RBI.