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Emerging mkts close to completing current bear-market cycle: Morgan Stanley
It's highly likely these markets are bottoming amid "abundant" signs of capitulation, the investment bank's strategists including Jonathan Garner wrote in note
India's Mars orbiter dies after 6-month mission lasts eight years
The orbiter, called Mangalyaan in Sanskrit, made India only the fourth nation to reach the distant planet; it garnered global attention primarily for its shoestring budget
Indian oil refiners scout for term deals ahead of EU's ban on Russian crude
Indian state refiners plan to lock-in more of their crude supplies in term deals, worried that tighter Western sanctions on Russia, including from the EU
Stock market closed today for Dussehra; all trading holidays for 2022
The stock market in India will remain closed today for Dussehra
OPEC+ considers output-limit cut of as much as 2 million barrels a day
OPEC is considering its biggest production cut since 2020 as it tries to stabilize oil prices, a move that risks cranking up tensions with Washington
Elon Musk's losses in Twitter court fight foreshadowed his surrender
Elon Musk dropped his bid to walk away from a $44 billion buyout of Twitter Inc. after losing a series of pre-trial rulings that may have foreshadowed difficulties in making his case in court.
Musk-Twitter deal revives $12.5 billion headache for Wall Street banks
Musk's proposal to proceed with Twitter acquisition for the original offer price poses a headache at the worst possible time for Wall Street banks already struggling to offload billions in buyout debt
Banks divert gold supply from India to China, Turkey ahead of festivals
Gold-supplying banks have cut back shipments to India ahead of major festivals in favour of focusing on China, Turkey, and other markets where better premiums are offered
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Mindblowing multibaggers that delivered up to 1500% return since last Dussehra
IT stocks were the worst hit as the BSE IT index slumped over 22% during the period amid worries around the impact of the recession on margins as well as demand. The realty index was hit equally badly as interest rates began to ri
Tech View: Nifty forming higher lows for 2 days. What investors should do on Thursday
“The short-term trend of Nifty has turned up sharply after a broader range movement of the last few sessions,” said Nagaraj Shetti, Technical Research Analyst, HDFC Securities. He sees resistance at 17,600 and 18,000 levels in the
Chart Check: This telecom stock at record high likely to surpass Rs 1,000 mark in next 2-3 quarters
Although, since November 2021, the stock largely moved in a range where Rs 780 acted as a stiff resistance while levels above Rs 600 acted as strong support. The stock recently gave a breakout from this range last week to hit a fr
5 midcap stocks from 3 sectors that have upside scope of 25% according to analysts
From a hospital stock, which has been quietly adding number of beds, to a gold loan-focussed lender, five stocks have seen an improvement in analysts' score on SR plus and their stock prices have also moved higher. This improvemen
Adani stocks defy technical weakness to stage smart rebound of up to 6%
Today's rally in Adani stocks appears to be defying bearish signals from technical indicator TD Sequential. Bloomberg said the DeMark indicator that forecast drops in Adani Enterprises three times since 2009, suggests that last we
Indian Rupee depreciation – Winners and losers
Typically, net exporters, remittance receivers, or those with dollar incomes will gain, while net importers will get hit, when the currency weakens. Those with large foreign loans will see rupee interest costs rise. The equation i
India deal may not have everything on services: UK trade minister Kemi Badenoch
Before stepping down, former prime minister Boris Johnson set a target with Indian leader Narendra Modi to complete a free trade agreement (FTA) by Diwali on Oct 24. "(The deadline) is not arbitrary ... it was set quite a while ag
Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal to meet export promotion councils on October 7
The meeting assumes significance as India's exports contracted by 3.52 per cent to USD 32.62 billion in September against USD 33.81 billion in the same month last year, while the trade deficit widened to USD 26.72 billion during t
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Elon Musk proposes going ahead with deal to buy Twitter
Elon Musk has been trying to back out of the deal for several months after signing on to buy Twitter in April
Jio to start beta trial of 5G services in 4 cities from October 5
Bharti Airtel has also launched 5G services in eight cities including Delhi, Mumbai and Varanasi
Government ‘singularly responsible’ for India’s economic problems: Congress
India’s economic growth is expected to decline to 5.7% this year from 8.2% in 2021, the UNCTAD Trade and Development Report 2022 projected on Monday
Average housing prices up 3-10% in July-September; office rent rises up to 13%
Bengaluru property market saw the highest growth in average housing price as well as average office rent
Rupee rises 29 paise to close at 81.53 against U.S. dollar on FII buying
Rupee witnessed an intra-day high of 81.36 and a low of 81.66 during the session.
Sensex, Nifty rebound over 2% amid relief rally in global markets
Stock exchanges in Europe were trading in the positive territory in mid-session deals
Explained | Britain’s week of market turmoil and the tax cut reversal
The pound slumped to its lowest point against the dollar accompanied by skyrocketing bond yields, triggering an emergency intervention by the Bank of England and a tax reversal by the UK PM
Automobile retail sales rise 11% in September on festive fervour, better supplies
Last month, total retail sales stood at 14,64,001 units
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Mindblowing multibaggers that delivered up to 1500% return since last Dussehra
IT stocks were the worst hit as the BSE IT index slumped over 22% during the period amid worries around the impact of the recession on margins as well as demand. The realty index was hit equally badly as interest rates began to ri
Tech View: Nifty forming higher lows for 2 days. What investors should do on Thursday
“The short-term trend of Nifty has turned up sharply after a broader range movement of the last few sessions,” said Nagaraj Shetti, Technical Research Analyst, HDFC Securities. He sees resistance at 17,600 and 18,000 levels in the
Chart Check: This telecom stock at record high likely to surpass Rs 1,000 mark in next 2-3 quarters
Although, since November 2021, the stock largely moved in a range where Rs 780 acted as a stiff resistance while levels above Rs 600 acted as strong support. The stock recently gave a breakout from this range last week to hit a fr
5 midcap stocks from 3 sectors that have upside scope of 25% according to analysts
From a hospital stock, which has been quietly adding number of beds, to a gold loan-focussed lender, five stocks have seen an improvement in analysts' score on SR plus and their stock prices have also moved higher. This improvemen
Adani stocks defy technical weakness to stage smart rebound of up to 6%
Today's rally in Adani stocks appears to be defying bearish signals from technical indicator TD Sequential. Bloomberg said the DeMark indicator that forecast drops in Adani Enterprises three times since 2009, suggests that last we
Indian Rupee depreciation – Winners and losers
Typically, net exporters, remittance receivers, or those with dollar incomes will gain, while net importers will get hit, when the currency weakens. Those with large foreign loans will see rupee interest costs rise. The equation i
India deal may not have everything on services: UK trade minister Kemi Badenoch
Before stepping down, former prime minister Boris Johnson set a target with Indian leader Narendra Modi to complete a free trade agreement (FTA) by Diwali on Oct 24. "(The deadline) is not arbitrary ... it was set quite a while ag
Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal to meet export promotion councils on October 7
The meeting assumes significance as India's exports contracted by 3.52 per cent to USD 32.62 billion in September against USD 33.81 billion in the same month last year, while the trade deficit widened to USD 26.72 billion during t
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Emerging mkts close to completing current bear-market cycle: Morgan Stanley
It's highly likely these markets are bottoming amid "abundant" signs of capitulation, the investment bank's strategists including Jonathan Garner wrote in note
India's Mars orbiter dies after 6-month mission lasts eight years
The orbiter, called Mangalyaan in Sanskrit, made India only the fourth nation to reach the distant planet; it garnered global attention primarily for its shoestring budget
Indian oil refiners scout for term deals ahead of EU's ban on Russian crude
Indian state refiners plan to lock-in more of their crude supplies in term deals, worried that tighter Western sanctions on Russia, including from the EU
Stock market closed today for Dussehra; all trading holidays for 2022
The stock market in India will remain closed today for Dussehra
OPEC+ considers output-limit cut of as much as 2 million barrels a day
OPEC is considering its biggest production cut since 2020 as it tries to stabilize oil prices, a move that risks cranking up tensions with Washington
Elon Musk's losses in Twitter court fight foreshadowed his surrender
Elon Musk dropped his bid to walk away from a $44 billion buyout of Twitter Inc. after losing a series of pre-trial rulings that may have foreshadowed difficulties in making his case in court.
Musk-Twitter deal revives $12.5 billion headache for Wall Street banks
Musk's proposal to proceed with Twitter acquisition for the original offer price poses a headache at the worst possible time for Wall Street banks already struggling to offload billions in buyout debt
Banks divert gold supply from India to China, Turkey ahead of festivals
Gold-supplying banks have cut back shipments to India ahead of major festivals in favour of focusing on China, Turkey, and other markets where better premiums are offered


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