Here's a look at what analysts made of the week gone by.
Ian Bremmer, founder of Eurasia Group, describes this year as a “tipping point.”
Nifty has continued to stay within the broadening formation.
Persistently low interest rates remain an inducement for many analysts and investors.
There is a disturbing trend that we perceive even in equity investing.
Here are the top stocks and sectors that created all the buzz on Dalal Street this past week.
Quant funds globally have delivered uneven returns in recent years owing to market volatility.
The Big Bull sees a big bubble in the unofficial market for unlisted shares.
Its shares have outpaced the benchmark Sensex with a wider margin during the past three years.
There is no good news for the stock, which delivered a solid 58% return in the last one year.
His shareholding in Firstsource Solutions fell by 0.32 per cent to 19,300,000 shares.
Despite 5 rate cuts last year, yield on 10-year bonds is one of the highest in Asia at 6.64%
The cyclical recovery in the economy will prop-up earnings next year, says Patil.
Foreign portfolio investors poured over Rs 1 lakh crore (net) in domestic equities in 2019.
YES Bank said it would not proceed with the offer made by Erwin Singh Braich/SPGP Holdings.
Experts are of the view that equity schemes will attract investor interest this year.
Here is a list of factors that are likely to decide market direction in the days ahead.
HUL's valuation zoomed by Rs 22,827.94 crore to Rs 4,45,778.10 crore, topping the gainers' chart.
Investors in domestic market will closely watch quarterly earnings from companies.
According to the NSDL data, a net amount of Rs 10,200 crore was invested into equities.
Naysayers have been forecasting a recession for years as US extends its longest period of continuous growth.
NSE notched up 6 billion contracts traded volume in 2019, up 58% from a year ago, surpassing CME Group to become the world’s largest exchange. CME's 2019 volume in 2019 was 4.83 billion contracts, roughly the same as the prior year.
As the shift to passive fund management exceeds a certain level, although the imbalances get bigger, active management doesn’t have the weight of money to close those value gaps.
Geopolitics overshadowed monetary policy for the first time in many months in early January.
The S&P 500 has gotten off to a strong start in January, up 3 per cent so far this year, fueled by a truce in the U.S.-China trade war, low interest rates and signs the economy remains healthy.
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