Why is Arvind Kejriwal set to become TIME`s most influential man in the world? That would depend upon who voted for him. I presume his supporters were expatriate Indians mainly. They have a vested interest in rupee falling so that they can get more for their dollars!
10.48 PM Apr 23rd
thought/plan: Just on May 14th/15th i.e. just before one or two days of election results we can think of buying both ends say 5800/6000 puts and 7600/7800 calls at very low prices(say less than 2/3 rupees) for bumper profits on one side(say 20/30 rupees) if Nifty touches/ comes nearer to any one end
10.12 PM Apr 23rd
one had to c if dere vl be any big movement on may 16 r 19...after results...cms modi is in full swing...n little chance 4 any disappointment...better not touch nifty options...n gud to try stock options...some stocks might react well depending on results...n rupee movement key after results
9.14 PM Apr 23rd
Technology (IT). It is not because Modi or BJP is considered anti-IT. What is unnerving investors is the recent commentary by various analysts that paints a stronger outlook for the rupee against the dollar if the BJP forms the next government. Further strength in the rupee is not good news
8.41 PM Apr 23rd
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