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March 27, 2019
Where is Nifty heading and where will it stop?   Investors are unable to gauge the Nifty trends due to frequent market corrections in 2018 especially in the emerging Indian economy and financial markets with substantial erosion of wealth. There is no predicting where the Nifty is heading to or where it could stop. What do market factors suggest? In bull-markets large-caps tend to outperform […] Read More »
February 27, 2019
Credit Ratings Are They Reliable?   Certain events in the recent past have raised concerns over the credibility of the credit ratings. Though credit rating agencies are working from more than a decade. These agencies have faced a rough path throughout their journey and hence people have mixed reactions about credit ratings. Credit rating industry is considered as highly monopolistic […] Read More »
February 23, 2019
India and Japan Enter into A $75 Billion Swap Contract   October 29th 2018 marked one more important event that took place between India and Japan. After the meet between the prime ministers of the two countries, it was decided that India and Japan enter into a 75$ Billion bilateral currency swap agreement. This agreement is deemed to strengthen the foreign exchange and capital market […] Read More »
January 29, 2019
Rising Oil Prices in 2019   In the first quarter of 2018, crude oil prices around the globe saw a four-fold increase in the past 4 years. And while experts were still analyzing as to why this happened, the prices suddenly dropped by more than 30 USD in the coming months. With these data in mind, experts and industrialists around […] Read More »
January 28, 2019
SBI Share Sale of 1.4 Billion USD   Being an Indian, we have all heard of SBI at least once in our lifetime and in the best predictability, we have at least one bank account with the nation’s largest lender. SBI which is an acronym for the State Bank of India is an entity completely run and managed by the Government and […] Read More »
December 29, 2018
US Yield Curve’s Moving Into The Red The yield curve rightly predicted the previous seven US recessions. And it is about to wave the red flag again. Though stock markets may indicate record price highs the yield curve prediction of a recession should be considered more stable and accurate. What Does The Yield Curve Indicate? The plot of the yield curve tracks […] Read More »
December 23, 2018
Fall In Oil Prices The most traded and valuable commodity in the world is crude oil. The oil prices impact the global and U.S. economy. Each citizen is affected with an influence on spending patterns, affecting of investment decisions, and slowing of the nation’s economy. There is no doubt at all that the falling oil prices expose the economy’s […] Read More »
November 28, 2018
Rupee Nears a 3 Month High as Oil Prices Fall   The Rupee-Rial arrangement could be reviewed by India with Iran to bail out exporters because of the pressure of US sanctions that have made it difficult to conduct any trade with Islamic countries. In the years of 2011-2012, a rupee-rial mechanism was put in place where around 45% of India’s purchases of Iranian crude […] Read More »
November 21, 2018
Rising Gold Prices: The Key Factors   India, as a country, has always considered gold as a metal that denotes wealth and success. We have always been one of the largest consumers of this precious metal. Typically, wedding season and festive events are when gold prices see a significant surge in their demand. However, there are other factors at play that […] Read More »
October 17, 2018
DHFL Shares Crash by 42%, Raises Concerns It Could Default on Bond Repayments   Dewan Housing Finance Corporation (DHFL) share price took a significant plunge to 42% as of September 21, 2018. This raised fears over whether the company would default on its bond payments. This is not only specific to DHFL, shares from the home-financing sector in India, in general took a downward dip, therefore also taking […] Read More »