Monthly Archives: April 2007

The Futility of Market Forecast

by Toughiee Is it worth listening to market forecasters? Predicting markets is a favorite pastime for many people. But, in this report, it is proved that listening to market forecasters especially those who appear on business news channels is a … Continue reading

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Economy: It's Getting Hot Out Here!

All indications are that the economy is overheating. But take a closer look, and things do not appear to be so bad. by Manas Chakravarty – BWI After four years of sizzling growth, signs of strain have started showing up … Continue reading

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Random Readings

Random Readings: Warren Buffett on the future of newspapers You cannot manage inflation well in the long-term: ICRA Grey market brokers give a new twist to IPO tale India warned of US economic slowdown Random Thought: Most people get interested … Continue reading

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Expect markets to be up 20% from current levels: Enam

Manish Chokhani of Enam Securities believes that we are in a long secular market. He expects to the markets to be up 20% from current levels. However, he suspects the pain in the market to get a bit worse before … Continue reading

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Stockmarkets: Going Steady

The BSE Sensex is expected to rally once fourth quarter results for FY2007 are declared, as it has in the past. Investors are eagerly awaiting the 2007 March quarter results, which are expected this month. While it is true that … Continue reading

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Random Readings: Foreign exchange reserves top $200 bln for first time Infosys earnings jump 70 per cent FIs, foreign funds line up for 41% stake in BSE Is Infy’s Q4 show really rocking? See no risk on Bharti’s 4-6 qtrs’ … Continue reading

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Stockmarkets: Plugging The Hole

The introduction of securities lending will bring the Indian stockmarket much closer to global standards. India‚Äôs equity market infrastructure, touted to have reached global standards with electronic trading, rolling settlements, a growing derivatives market and a smooth clearing and settlement … Continue reading

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