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  • Squawk / 17 December 2018 at 9:31 GMT
    Marwadi Shares and Finance Pritvate Limited
    India
    SpiceJet trades in green on the BSE. The airline is likely to join IATA. Spicejet is currently trading at Rs. 76.35, up by 0.25 points or 0.33% from its previous closing of Rs. 76.10 on the BSE. The scrip opened at Rs. 76.50 and has touched a high and low of Rs. 76.75 and Rs. 76.00 respectively. For more information visit https://marwadionline.com/
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    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Yes...that is true.

    This was an article to answer a specific request about the Sensex.

    As you say...the way to get exposure to Indian equities on this platform ...
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    bhushan bhushan
    Really very nice on your part to share the whole analysis.Steve the success of your trades lies in your indepth knowledge and analysis.Great.
    Regards
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    ChristianK ChristianK
    It can also be bought in Singapore (SGX) under I98. Trades both in USD or SGD.
  • Article / 21 September 2016 at 5:01 GMT

    3 Numbers: Hike unlikely, but Fed may be laying the groundwork

    editor/analyst / CapitalSpectator.com
    United States
    3 Numbers: Hike unlikely, but Fed may be laying the groundwork
    The Fed will be hard pressed to rationalise a rate hike but Yellen and company are more likely to be looking for tighter policy in December; meanwhile it has been worth keeping an eye on the BSE 30 Sensex, which has bolted out of the blue since March this year. Equally of interest is USDBRL, which is resuming an upward path
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    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    There are few certainties in life...especially in financial affairs, however, a pass by the Fed seems highly probable.

    Yellen is locked into being data dependent, therefore, to hike...
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    Michael S. McKenna Michael S. McKenna
    I agree, Stephen – particularly given the shakiness seen in US equities of late, I cannot see the Fed risking a pronounced correction in exchange for a...
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    fxtime fxtime
    The Feds mandate does not permit any influence to national presidency election results and must remain neutral.....I cannot see how Yellen and her merry team can do...
  • Article / 12 July 2016 at 15:00 GMT

    Is it really an Indian summer?

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Is it really an Indian summer?
    India has booked the strongest GDP growth in the world and looking at the country from the outside the data points look extremely appealing. However, inside India it's a different story – not all metrics are rising and many are still left behind.
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    vanita vanita
    Oh my god Steve words on India .
    Voewwwwww !!!
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    bhushan bhushan
    HI steve its nice to see your views on India.India is a big country.The data in respect of India may not give all the true picture.There...
  • Editor’s Picks / 05 July 2016 at 1:01 GMT

    Indian shares hit an eight-month high as Brexit worries recede

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Indian shares rose to eight-month highs on Monday, as global markets extended gains amid expectations central banks will announce stimulus measures to cushion the impact of Britain leaving the EU. The BSE Sensex advanced for a fifth consecutive session. Oil & Natural Gas Corp, Tata Motors and infrastructure stocks were among the biggest gainers. “The worries related to Brexit have receded,” said Kishor Ostwal, managing director at CNI Research. “Domestic macros – be it the monsoons, the overall pace of reforms and earnings growth are all pointing to a sustainable rally for Indian equities in the second half of the year.” Risk assets recovered on expectations major central banks, including BoE and BoJ, will cut rates further and offer more stimulus measures.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 12 April 2016 at 5:02 GMT

    Move over China, here come the VIP emerging nations

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Brisk domestic demand and low dependence on China have made the so-called VIPs – Vietnam, India and the Philippines – standouts among emerging markets, with investors looking to them as defensive picks in a decelerating global economy. In India, by far the largest of the trio, hopes are high for earnings growth in the automotive and motorcycle industries. Vietnam's benchmark VN Index, India's BSE Sensex index and the Philippines' PSEi composite index advanced nearly 20% on average over the past three years. The term “new VIPs” was coined by ANZ chief Asia-Pacific economist Glenn Maguire. Strong internal demand differentiates the three countries from other emerging markets weakened by sluggish trade, Maguire stressed.
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