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Moneylife Digital Team 17 March 2011
The situation of one day up and the next day down is continuing. A big move (either up or down) is on its way The market opened lower, tracking the Asian markets that were trading in the red on concerns over developments in Japan and West Asia, and their impact on the global recovery....

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Moneylife Digital Team 16 March 2011
The Sensex and Nifty are on a steady uptrend. Would they surprise us on the upside? The recovery in the Asian stock markets boosted investor sentiments in India, leading to a higher opening today. A surge in the advance tax payments for the fourth quarter also aided the gains. Oil & gas...

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Moneylife Digital Team 16 March 2011
Asian markets have recovered from the sharp decline seen in the last three trading days on account of the earthquake in Japan on Friday The Indian share markets are likely to open on a flat-to-positive note following a recovery in their Asian peers, which were trading mostly in the green...

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Moneylife Digital Team 15 March 2011
While global markets are crashing, the Sensex and Nifty fell much less today. Will the next big move be higher? The market opened with a deep cut tracking the weak Asian markets on concerns about the damage in Japan and its impact on economic growth in the region. The indices dipped to...

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Moneylife Digital Team 15 March 2011
Concerns about the pace of the economic growth following the quake in Japan rattled investors worldwide The local market is likely to witness a sharply lower opening on the back of a massive decline all across Asia on Tuesday morning. US markets closed in the red overnight on concerns...

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Moneylife Digital Team 14 March 2011
Despite the rally today, it is not clear which way the market will move The Indian market opened flat, tracking the weak Asian markets in the aftermath of the huge earthquake that struck the north-eastern region of Japan on Friday. Concerns over the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) move on...

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Chinese small- to medium-size private companies that contribute nearly two-third of the GDP, are being starved of capital, which is monopolised by large state-run enterprises. If these businesses close down, can the Chinese economy remain unaffected? According to the Anglo-American...

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Moneylife Digital Team 11 March 2011
While the market is on a declining trend, there is no clarity about which way it is headed The market opened in the red, tracking weak global cues on escalating tensions in West Asia. Half-hearted attempts to lift the indices into the green a couple of times were shot down by sellers. An...

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A new tech-based system has been announced. What happened to the old ones? A flurry of pro-investor announcements by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in the last few days of chairman CB Bhave’s tenure are most welcome, even if they raise a few questions. One of the measures...

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Western markets have been rising relentlessly since September. Whereas in India the markets are down from their November high and the mood is pessimistic. But both may get singed by a common factor In our ‘Current Account’ section, we have highlighted something that is quite extraordinary....

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Moneylife Digital Team 10 March 2011
Persistent weakness in all sectors indicates the possibility of a further downtrend Implications of the effects of spiralling crude prices on interest rates resulted in profit booking, pulling the markets down this morning. Concerns over the escalating violence in Libya and weak economic...

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Moneylife Digital Team 10 March 2011
Tyre consumption is rising, thanks to the booming auto sector and, with it, the demand for carbon black is also going up, in which PCB is the market leader The steady momentum in automobile sales and its direct correlation with the tyre industry, in terms of higher demand, is expected to keep...

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Moneylife Digital Team 10 March 2011
Is the younger Ambani protesting too much? A denial-a-day by the Anil Ambani group is doing more damage to its share price than any bear cartel can. The younger Ambani sibling may rush to the regulator with a complaint, but nobody is really buying his charges. Consider this. On 16th...

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Why are tax authorities so lax? The mysterious and low-profile Pune-based horse-breeder has become the pivotal figure in the fight against black money. An income-tax (IT) raid in 2007 had yielded documents to show that Hassan Ali Khan, owner of multiple passports, had over $8 billion (around...

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Moneylife Digital Team 10 March 2011
A rare MNC stock with low valuation and high return on equity Bayer CropScience, the Indian subsidiary of Bayer Germany (a diversified international chemicals and healthcare company), is into crop protection, environmental science and bioscience. The crop protection division produces...

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Moneylife Digital Team 09 March 2011
As expected, the market was directionless. We will soon a see big move coming, though The markets opened in positive terrain supported by strong Asian markets and easing of political tensions within the government. Rate-sensitive sectors like banking, realty, metal and capital goods led...

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Moneylife Digital Team 08 March 2011
The market is waiting for more positive or negative news to decide which way to move Resuming its upmove after a day's pause, the Indian market opened with modest gains as the political situation at the Centre showed signs of easing, after the DMK decided to put on hold the resignation of its...

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Moneylife Digital Team 07 March 2011
The market will continue to react to only specific events, like oil prices The Indian markets suffered a rough day today following an oil price spike on the worsening crisis in Libya and fears of an interest rate hike that hit rate-sensitive stocks across the board. The global weakness...

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Alekh Angre 07 March 2011
With declining margins and attrition challenges, mid-cap IT companies’ shares are being beaten down, even as their large peers continue their northward journey Noted British economist, EF Schumacher, wrote a book called, Small is Beautiful. The falling stocks of mid-cap IT (information...

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Moneylife Digital Team 04 March 2011
Sensex and Nifty will remain listless The local market opened with decent gains on support from the global arena following easing of crude prices. Banking, auto, metal and capital goods counters witnessed good demand, which contributed to the early gains. A gradual slippage was noticed after...

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