"That's the sign of the bubble. They're worried but they're thinking they'll get out," he said. "This can suddenly turn, and we're looking somewhat like that now."
Measures that were announced last week by Raghuram Rajan are certainly adding to medium-term support for the exchange rate and the central bank is expected to more closely supervise the market overall
Jeff Chowdhry, head- emerging equities, F&C Investments says, in an interview to CNBC-TV18, that FIIs are keen on real policy moves and that a QE taper is unlikely.
Most of the PSU banks will follow the suite of cutting key interest rates, said SL Bansal, CMD of Oriental Bank of Commerce. Finance Minster P Chidambaram had asked the banks to cut rates to boost investor sentiment in the economy.
Sanjay Dutt, director, Quantum Securities explains on CNBC-TV18 that liquidity is still very sparse in the system and the downside is limited after the recent correction. Dutt adds that structural hurdles needed to be addressed to improve investor-sentiment and expects PSU banks to correct by 10-15 percent from current levels.
Gautam Trivedi, MD and head of equities, Religare Capital Markets explains to CNBC-TV18 that the overseas investor-sentiment on India is highly performance and estimates that the Bharti Infratel IPO will be a success.
Portfolio expert PN Vijay of askpnvijay.com explains to CNBC-TV18 that though the global market rallied after the EU finance ministers‘ meeting and reasonably strong FII inflows, the Indian market remained sticky and investor sentiment was "terrible".
Against the backdrop of economic slowdown, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is expected to issue directions for scaling up infrastructure targets when he holds a meeting on Wednesday to take stock of such sectors at a time when projects worth Rs 1.46 lakh crore are pending.
In the backdrop of the rupee depreciating to 53, Moses Harding of IndusInd Bank told CNBC-TV18, attributed the fall to the structural problems in the current account deficit and fading positive investor sentiment
CNBC-TV18 spoke to some analysts on how the markets will react to LTRO 2.0. Check out their comments.
In a CNBC-TV18 exclusive, AM Naik says that the global economy is in a challenging enviornment and that L&T is unlikely to see 15% order-book growth.
It’s been a flat session for the market. It’s been up and down a little bit, but essentially, it has been within a trading range of around 4,740-4,780, says Udayan Mukherjee, managing editor, CNBC-TV18.
Putting an end to the political logjam over the recent decision to allow FDI in retail, the government finally decided to holdback retail FDI. Industry body CII said that the decision to hold back FDI in retail will have a strong impact on investor sentiment.
US stocks suffered a sixth straight day of losses on Wednesday as frustration over the euro zone's debt crisis, coupled with weak Chinese factory data, further dented investor sentiment.
Anu Jain, senior vice president of IIFL Private Wealth Management joins CNBC-TV18 to give her perspective of where the market is headed.
Deven Choksey, managing director, KR Choksey Shares and Securities joins CNBC-TV18 to give his perspective of the market.
Asserting that political controversies in India did not dent the investor sentiment, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee today said FDI inflows rose to more than USD 7.9 billion during April-June quarter, which is almost twice the amount received during the year-ago period.
Prithvi Haldea, chairman and managing director of Prime Database joins CNBC-TV18 to make sense of where the government's divestment plan is headed and what to expect going forward.
Atul Kumar Rai, chief executive officer and managing director of IFCI said the company’s net interest margins have been under pressure recently.
Dilip Jiwrajka, managing editor of the company tells CNBC-TV18 that the plan to sell off the land bank is progressing on track. “The land sale is expected to bring in cash of around Rs 2000 crore, and that will be entirely used to reduce debt,” he assures.
Devesh Kumar, Head of Equities, RBS India joins CNBC-TV18 to discuss about investor sentiment across markets, especially, in the Indian market.
Oil was mixed in Asian trade today, with investor sentiment muted over the US political standoff on competing plans to lift the country's borrowing cap.
Public offers seem to have gone out of favour with Indian companies, which raised over Rs 11,000 crore through IPOs and FPOs in the first six months of 2011, just one-third of the year-ago levels.
The cautious conservative approach of investors shows much lower participation in the market activity today. While the heavyweights have lifted up the market from yesterday's lows, volumes are still ailing, says Udayan Mukherjee of CNBC-TV18
Andrew Holland, CEO of Equities at Ambit Capital tells CNBC-TV18 that investor sentiment has been affected due to negative global newsflow such as the tragic events coming out of Japan as well as the Middle East crisis. He says the price of oil remains a key concern for emerging markets like India.