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India Markets Weekahead: Time for a consolidation

Indian indices, already reeling from the IL&FS crisis, falling rupee and high oil prices, got another jolt from a selloff in U.S. stocks following President Donald Trump's scathing remarks against the Federal Reserve. Adding to investors' concerns was the IMF’s prediction that the global economy will grow at a slower pace of 3.7 percent compared to its earlier expectation of 3.9 percent. This deepened the cuts during the first half of the week. The Nifty, however, rebounded from the extremely ov

India Markets Weekahead: Wait for consolidation before making a move

Markets posted their worst week in 31 months, with the Nifty losing all the gains it had made in 2018 to end at 10,316. A confluence of factors including the RBI’s surprise decision to keep the repo rate unchanged, fears that the government will move away from deregulation of fuel, and the IL&FS fiasco led to an extended decline spanning five weeks.

It's time to revisit and revise India's money laundering laws

While the furore over the alleged piracy by Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi on the turbulent seas of India’s banking industry rages on, the battle for restitution of public money is going full throttle. However, lost in focus, and probably discounted as collateral damage, are the businesses that parleyed with these now infamous men of commerce.

India Markets Weekahead: Wait out the storm

Markets ended in the red for the fourth consecutive week led by a sharp correction in financial services. Sentiment remained cautious after the government raised import tariffs on select goods and the RBI announced measures to ease liquidity concerns.

India Markets Weekahead: Stay calm, stay put

India’s benchmark indices ended near two-month lows after an extremely volatile session on Friday triggered by panic selling in NBFCs, particularly housing finance firms, on fears of debt default.

India Markets Weekahead: Momentum to continue

REUTERS - Markets snapped their longest stretch of weekly gains since January after the rupee declined to a fresh low, raising concerns about the outlook on economic and earnings growth.

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