The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) next undertakes monetary policy review on 18-19 March 2014. After a monetary policy review, the FOMC on 29 January 2014 announced it will reduce monthly bond purchases by another $10 billion to $65 billion. The US and Ukraine complained that Crimean
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, indicating the overall health of the market, was negative. On BSE, 1,446 shares dropped and 1,373 shares rose. A total of 161 shares were unchanged. Indian government bond prices fell as the yield on 10-year US Treasury note rose overnight. The yield on 10-year benchmark federal paper, 8.83% GS 2023
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No worry on that account. US is seeing record redemptions in the bond Funds. The Europe is where they are bullish this year. They are just on hold for Resolution of the Ukraine crisis or another 10-15% fall. But they rarely sit on idle cash. I believe that some of indian plays are good
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Tilakji Often market moves are not based on fundamentals But perception of fundamentals. It is stated that The Indian Fundamentals are better than China & Further likely to improve more. Hence few FII have gone overweight . CHina has recently allowed one of its Company to Default on Bonds
10.40 AM Mar 8th
Shanghai Chaori Solar Energy Science & Technology Co. failed to pay interest due today on bonds….Nonperformance by Chaori has now fueled speculation as to how many more companies may be in a similar situation and what negative impact that could have on the economy.
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No way....At first we have to think,is he the inherited of Congress party?..The answer may be `No`..Is he having any must shares in it,.. have to be carefully maintained?This is also `No".. Then for what reason he has to be very much seriously bonded with it?.....
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Investment varies from person to person. Not the same for every one. Retiring age group must sit with sure shot returns like government bonds. FD and top blue chip companies (even here- any blue chip can become black chip Ex: Ranbaxy, Satyam, MCX, Financial technology to name few) Those
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Source:Wall Street Journal - SHANGHAI--China's shares ended slightly lower Friday as investors' concerns over the possibility of more corporate-bond defaults cut the appetite for risk. Investors also showed caution ahead of data on trade and inflation due over the weekend.
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