Capital Market Archives | Imarticus
October 16, 2019
A Quick Way to Solve a Problem with Trade Capture in Trade Life Cycle   In the economic market, “Trade Capture” means booking / capturing the trade into the structure used within the financial organization. At times, this may arise multiple times based on the intricacy of the trades and the capacity of the systems to be able to capture the economic, non-economic, and static details depending on the […] Read More »
September 30, 2019
Understanding The Causes of Economy Slowdown in India   India’s current GDP stands at 5%. It is the lowest since 2013. The last time the Indian economy suffered a slowdown was in 2011. Before that, it was in 2008 when the collapse of certain financial institutions in the West caused delayed ripples here. India was lucky these past two times but economists are […] Read More »
September 30, 2019
Is India Heading to Its Own Credit Crisis?   There was much brouhaha in the ‘India Investments’ Reddit community when someone shared a news report that the model which had predicted the 2008 global financial crisis had suggested that another recession was on its way. It would hit India the hardest was a common sentiment, as commented by a lot of users. That […] Read More »
August 30, 2019
The Falling Crude Prices   The crude oil industry is constantly booming or bursting. The overall rise of economic strength on a global level sees a steep rise in prices, just when supply is outpaced by demand. On the contrary, when supplies are growing at a much higher pace than demand, crude oil sees a fall in its prices. […] Read More »
August 26, 2019
Passenger Vehicles Sales Drop For 9 Months In A Row   Tata Motors was supposed to launch its Altroz premium hatchback brand in mid-August. But a flurry of critical happenings forced it to defer, considering that every car launch in India is a 4000-crore gamble. The decision might seem like Tata Motors’s prerogative, but what it also highlights is a hint at the current state […] Read More »
July 31, 2019
Is The Rupee Strengthening? Where Will It Head In The Next Few Months?   With the Indian rupee listed at 71.65 versus the US dollar in November 2018, the rupee appeared to stabilize and strengthen up for 2019. Global events over the last decade have affected the Indian financial markets in general with commodities, bonds, equity and the currency all feeling the heat. A crude oil price slip four […] Read More »
July 30, 2019
Is Nifty Headed To The Bears?   The recent rush of exiting FPIs and foreign investors means the bears have tightened their grip on the equity markets. The Smallcap and BSE Modcap indices slid to 35.4 percent and 25.2 percent from their highs in late 2018. The Finance Minister Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman also added to the flux by proposing the taxpayers […] Read More »
June 30, 2019
DHFL Default and The Impact On Money Market Mutual Funds   The facts: The Medium-Term Fund DHFL Pramerica has a 37.42 per cent risk exposure and is the top among worst-hit MF schemes. As on 30th April, about 165 MFs have had some risk-exposure to the DHFL MF and report a greater than 5 percent of AUM. Action by rating agencies: No wonder the rating […] Read More »
June 21, 2019
The Future of Jet Airways   What does the future hold for Jet Airways, the once-blue-eyed boy of the aviation industry? In April 2019 the airline temporarily closed operations for want of funds to keep flying. Currently, The sale of stakes is being considered crucial to the future of Jet Airways by its lenders. The Union government is playing the revival […] Read More »
May 24, 2019
The Trade War Between the USA and China and Impact on India   The year 2019 saw the Indian economy overcome short term setbacks like the GST and demonetization to emerge with an uptick 0f 7.5% in its growth rate. The Indian rupee also emerged as the strongest in Asian markets adding cheer and optimism among investors, general public and stock markets. The tariffs imposed by the […] Read More »