While there is a view in the market that the fall in the Sensex and Nifty may only be temporary, indices are very likely due for a significant and persistent correction because of prevailing macroeconomic conditions
After clinching fresh milestones in the morning, shares had a sort of an anti-climax ending as benchmarks managed to end the day on a subdued note.
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China overtook Japan in 2014 but its gauge has lost value since the turn of this year
Data from Bloomberg News in intra-day trade showed the value of equities on the mainland had slipped behind those in their neighbouring country for the first time since taking the number-two spot in 2014.
The move is aimed at making it convenient and faster for investors, especially small and retail, to get stock and market information.
Ajay Tyagi feels that a robust margin system is important for protecting the interests of retail investors.
Unless you know your math, there is no end to being optimistic.
The minister made the remarks in presence of the Prime Minister, who presided over the inaugural session of India-Korea Business Summit here.
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Around 188 stocks including Aditya Birla Capital, Andhra Bank, Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar, BGR Energy Systems, Central Bank of India, Cummins India, Godfrey Phillips India, hit fresh 52 -week lows on BSE as the Sensex lost about 1,275 points due to across-the-board losses after investor sentiment was hit by a sell-off in world markets.
The BSE Sensex cracked below the 34,000-mark by plunging about 1,275 points or 3.6 per cent in opening trade today due to across-the-board losses after investor sentiment was hit by a sell-off in world markets.
Subramanian also said that there has been convergence in price-earnings ratio of the Indian and the US stock markets in the last couple of years although the two economies have followed different paths.
Major technical indicators are positive, hence our bullish view will remain intact for the index, where one should utilize any decline in the market to create fresh long.
Headlines across the media screamed about how the fundamental concerns in the stock markets were aptly highlighted by Uday Kotak. Stock Market participants on the other hand went about their business nonchalantly and markets once again hit a new high.
An Assocham paper said the market in 2018 may be contrary to 2017 when as many as 153 initial public offers (IPOs) hit the Indian bourses and raised around USD 11.6 billion.
While the BSE smallcap index gained 7,184.59 points or 59.64 per cent this year, the midcap index zoomed 5,791.06 points or 48.13 per cent, an analysis of their performance showed.
Domestic investors have really been the big drivers, especially through the mutual fund (MF) route. In fact, MF inflows touched around Rs 20,000 crore for the month of November.
For the week, the market witnessed largely positive momentum with quiet volumes sessions as bulls remained upper- hand.
The reversal in the earnings cycle has just begun, and we believe that Q3FY18 will have a stellar quarter. We expect FY18 to clock in earnings growth of 15-20 percent, Sandeep Raina, Associate Director, Edelweiss Investment Research, said in an exclusive interview with Moneycontrol’s Kshitij Anand.
The BSE Sensex, already up over 18 percent this year, is forecast to add another 3 percent by end-2017 to 32,500 from Tuesday's close of 31,497, according to the poll of 50 strategists taken over the past week.
The net outflow by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) follows a withdrawal of Rs 12,770 crore from the stock market in August. Prior to that, they had pumped in over Rs 62,000 crore in the past six months.
It may be early to ring alarm bells, but macro indicators are far from comforting. Unless things improve meaningfully in the second of this fiscal, equities will struggle to climb higher, no matter how strong the inflows into mutual funds.
The stock market in India currently opens at 9 am and closes at 3.30 pm, but there is a view -- including among stock exchanges -- that the trade hours could be extended till up to 7.30 pm to better align domestic trading with global markets.
Maybe that’s why amateur and professionals alike tend to lose their minds in bull markets, particularly when a hot initial public offering, or IPO, is offered to them by their broker.