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 MF WEEKLY / MONTHLY REPORTS
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Investor Journal for the month of December 2016
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Investor Journal for the month of November 2016
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Investor Journal for the month of October 2016
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Investor Journal for the month of September 2016
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Investor Journal for the month of August 2016
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Investor Journal for the month of April 2016
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Investor Journal for the month of March 2016
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Investor Journal for the month of February 2016
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of January 2016
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of December 2015
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of November 2015
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of October 2015
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of September 2015
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of August 2015
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of July 2015
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of April 2015
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of March 2015
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of February 2015
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of January 2015
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of December 2014
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of November 2014
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of October 2014
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of September 2014
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of August 2014
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended July 11, 2014.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended July 04, 2014.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of July 2014
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended June 27, 2014.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of June 2014
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of May 2014
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Apr 2014
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Mar 2014
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Feb 2014
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Jan 2014
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Dec 2013
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Nov 2013
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Oct 2013
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Sep 2013
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of August 2013
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of July 2013
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Mar 2013.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Feb 2013.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Jan 2013.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Dec 2012.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Oct 2012.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of Sep 2012.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of July 2012.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of June 2012.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of May 2012.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of April 2012.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of March 2012.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of February 2012.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of January 2012.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of December 2011.
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of November 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended October 15, 2011
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Monthly Newsletter for the month of October 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended October 8, 2011
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended October 1, 2011
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended September 24, 2011
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended September 17, 2011
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended September 10, 2011
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended August 6, 2011
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended July 30, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended July 23, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended July 16, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended July 08, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended July 02, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended June 25, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended June 18, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended June 11, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended May 21, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended May 07, 2011
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended April 30, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended April 23, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended April 16, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended April 9, 2011.
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MF Weekly Report for the week ended April 02, 2011.
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Last week equity markets have ended in green. This was beacuse of a culiminated effect of various factors like positive global markets, reasonable valuations etc. The report which gives an insight on how the week was both for equity and debt markets.
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Last week equity markets have ended in red zone. This was beacuse of a culiminated effect of various factors like political uncertainity in India, spurt in crude prices, Problems in Japan,etc. The report which gives an insight on how the week was both for equity and debt markets.
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Indian equity markets ended in red. This week Indian markets followed the global trends. Decreasing food inflation, higher IIP data did not have much impact on the markets. All the indices ended in red. Bank Nifty and BSE Bankex were the worst performers.
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Indian equity markets ended in green. Certain proposals made in the budget improved the sentiments of the investors.
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Indian equity market ended down in red. Political unrest in Middle East especially in Libya caused crude prices to climb up. India which is a major importer of crude suffered most. Nifty fell by 2.85% and ended at 5303. Sensex fell by 2.8% and closed below 18000 at 17700.
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Indian equity market ended down in red for fourth consecutive week as investorís jitters over rising inflation and RBIís expected monetary tightening. Unabated selling by FIIs is also contributing to the fall of markets. Nifty slipped below 5400 and ended at 5395.75. Sensex lost 387 pts to end at 18008.15.
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*Indian equity market ended down in red for second consecutive week despite positive global cues as investors jitters over weaker IIP data, rising infl ation and RBIs expected monetary tightening. Nifty slipped below 5700 and tanked 250 pts to end at 5654.55 while Sensex shredded 831 pts to end below 19k at 18860.44.
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*Equity markets have been on the negative territory during the last week inspite of the fact that global cues have signalled postive trends.
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* The first half of the month Sensex touched 10-month high of 15,467
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*Sensex continued to tread downward *Rupee remains weak on dollar demand by importers *Inflation ended at 5.64% * International crude oil price eases to USD 41.68 a barrel
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*Sensex displays signs of respite from negative trends * IIP Shrinks by 0.40% for the First Time in 15 years * Inflation reached to its 10 month low * Second stimulus package announced
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* Sensex continued to tread downward * Rupee remains weak on declining domestic equities * Inflation dips to single digits * International crude oil price eases to USD 54.43 a barrel
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*Sensex witnessed worst ever losses * Rupee remains weak on declining domestic equities * RBI cuts CRR and Repo Rate by 100 bps * International crude oil price eases to USD 67.81 a barrel
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*Financial crisis in the US leads to meltdown in global equities * Rupee remains weak on declining domestic equities * Annual Inflation eases upto 12% mark * International crude oil price eases to USD 100.64 a barrel
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*Sensex raised over 500-points in a single day * GDP growth at 7.9% in Q1 2008-09 * Annual Inflation crossed the 12.00% barrier * International crude oil price eases to USD 115.46 a barrel
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*Positive equity markets * RBI announced its Q1 monetary policy *Annual Inflation continues o be there at the same. *Fiscal Deficit during April Ė June at 64.6% of Annual Budgeted figure
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* Equity market posted, biggest monthly fall in 16 years * RBI hikes CRR by 50 bps to 8% * Annual Inflation rises to 13-yr high level *IIP grows by 7.0% in April 08
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* Sensex crossed 17000 * RBI hikes CRR by 50 bps to 8% * Gold prices traded low * Crude prices above USD 113 per barrel
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* Markets exhibited high volatility * FII outflows - watching factor * Gold prices touch record highs * Inflation reaches 59 week high
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* Global market sentiments weakened the domestic market,*FIIís inflow more than Rs.1,700 crores,* Gold prices touch record highs. * Crude prices rose due to expectations on higher heating oil demand.
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* Sensex witnessed worst ever losses,* FIIís sold more than Rs.9,500 crores * Gold prices touch record highs.* Crude prices slowdown on global economic worries.
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*Sensex gained nearly 1000 points *Q3 results expected to drive the markets *Bond prices are expected to go up *Inflation dips
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*Markets exhibited high volatility *Volatility is expected to continue in the markets *Bond price were range bound *Rupee appreciated by 12% against the dollar
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*Sensex & Nifty reach record highs *Markets may edge up further amidst high volatility *Bond yields rose continuously for two days *Inflation moves up
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*Markets ended in the green territory *All eyes on the US Fed meet *Bond yields remained range bound * Inflation slides down
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* Markets ended in the green territory *Continuous withdrawal of funds by FIIs *Bond yields edged down further *Crude oil Prices at their one month low
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*Sensex lost nearly 850 points *Continuous withdrawal of funds by FIIs *Rupee slumped to its month low *Indian bond yields may drop down
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*Sensex recorded biggest ever single-day absolute gains *Weak Industrial production data figures for Sep 07. *Bonds yields at two week lows . *Inflation has gone up from its lows
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*Sensex lost nearly 900 points. *Crude Oil prices slightly under 100$. *MSS ceiling raised. *Inflation dips to more than 5 year low.
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*Sensex envisions the biggest ever gain in a day. *RBI hikes the CRR by 50 bps. *Govt issued 6000 crore bonds. *Gold prices reach 28 year high.
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* Sensex envisions the biggest ever gain in a day * Q2 results expected to drive the markets * Oil prices hit record high * All eyes on RBIs monetary policy
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* Sensex crossed 19000 * Q2 results expected to drive the markets * Inflation goes down its 5 year low * All eyes on RBIs monetary policy
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* Sensex crossed 18000 *Q2 results expected to drive the markets *Inflation reaches its 5 year low *All eyes on RBIís monetary policy
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* Sensex reaches record high * Profit booking expected * Inflation at low levels * Record high FII Inflows.
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* Sensex touches 17000 * profit booking expected * Inflation at 5 years low level * Rupee touches 9 Ĺ year peak
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* Biggest weekly gain ever posted by sensex * Left parties are expected to influence the market * Inflation at 2 years low level * Rupee hovering at a nine year high.
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* Markets end the week flat * Left parties keep influencing the market * Inflation at 2 years low level * US Fedral Reserve meet on Sep 18.
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* Markets end the week on a positive note. *Watch out for a UPA Left meet to be held before 14 Sep. *Inflation at 16 months low level. *US Federal Reserve meet on Sep 18.
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* Markets gained on all trading days * Foreign inflows and global cues to drive the market * Inflation at 15-months low level * Fed Reserve meet on Sept 18 to be closely watched
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*Markets exhibited high volatility * May edge up further amidst high volatility * BOJ keeps rates unchanged * Yields expected to remain range-bound
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*Markets exhibited high volatility. *May edge up further amidst high volatility. *Inflation at it 7 weeks low . *Rupee remains weak.
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* Markets go further weak * Extreme volatility in store * Bond yields at 1-month peak * Returns on short-term funds likely to improve
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*Markets dive down * US Fed Reserve Policy Meet-a watching factor * Bond yields edge up * Upcoming RBI auction to give direction
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*Markets Witnessed a small correction * Cautious approach to be adopted in interest rate sensitive stocks * Bond yields edged higher to 7.83% * All eyes set on RBI Monetary policy Review
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* Markets touched all time high levels *May edge up further amidst high volatility *Bonds yield touched 7.81% * All eyes at set on RBI Monetary policy review
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* Markets zoom up to touch higher levels * May edge up further amidst high volatility * Bond yields drop below 8% * All eyes set on RBI Monetary Policy Review
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*Markets reach their all-time higs *Extreme volatility in store-correction likely * Bond yields edge lower * RBI Monetary Policy Review much awaited
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* Markets move up * Q1 June,07 results- a guiding factor * Bond yields ease down * All eyes on upcoming monetary policy review
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* Markets end the week on a positive note * Volatility lies ahead * Call rates touch 10-year low of 10% * All eyes on upcoming monetary policy review
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* Markets ended in positive territory * No major triggers for the market ahead * All eyes on upcoming monetary policy review * Rupee appreciation-most watched factor
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* Markets plunge in the red territory * DLF IPO-a determining factor for market trend * Bond yields climb up * RBI measures to drain excess liquidity likely
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* Markets end the week on a positive note * Progress of monsoons - a watching factor * Bond yields ease down * Auctions may determine bond market trend
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* Markets move uphill amidst volatility * Volatile movements ahead * Bond yields edge up * Market liquidity-a watching factor
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* Market get positive * The trend likely to continue * Bond yields drop * Inflation decline for 3rd consecutive week
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* Markes end in the red * Earnings results -a guiding factor * Bond yields edge up further * Inflation - a watching factor
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* Markets march forward * UP State election outcome-an important trigger * Bond yields rise further * Inflation step down at 5.77%
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* A flat week for the markets * UP state election outcome - a watching factor * Bond yields go up * Tight liquidity next week.
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* A positive week for markets * Volatility to remain * Bond yields ease down slightly * RBI monetary policy review on Apr 24- a watching factor.
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* Markets march forward * Mar 07 qtr.corporate earnings -a guiding factor * Yields ease down slightly * All eyes set on RBI Annual Policy for FY 2007-08
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* Markets dip on account of surprise CRR hike * All eyes on Mar,07 corporate earnins * Repo rate hiked to 7.75%, CRR to be 6.5% from Apr 28,07 * Inflation data - a watching factor
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* Markets ended in negative mode * Bearish phase ahead * Call rates zoom to 80% intra-week , a 10-year high * All eyes set on the reaction of RBI move.
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* Markets end the week on a positive note after 5 weeks * Volatility ahead * Call rates zoom to 70% intra-week , a 10-year high * All eyes set on the governments borrowing plan.
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* Downtrend continues amidst high volatility * Bearish sentiments to extend * Call rates jump to 10% * Inflation - a watching factor
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*Highly volatile markets end in red *sentiments may remain weak *Bond yields move up *Call rates to go up as liquidity may tighten
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*Markets remain in negative mood *Markets may correct further *Bond yields go up *Inflation-a watching factor
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*Markets continue to dip*Markest likely to remain subdued*Bond yields ease*Inflation-a watching factor
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*Markets ended the week on a negative note*Markets may remain low*50 bps CRR hike-inflation at 6.73%*All eyes set on Union Budget-07
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*Markets manage to remain positive amidst high volatility * Markets may remain range-bound *Inflation at 6.58%-reaching a 2-Year high *Crude oil price-a watching factor.
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*Market march forward *All eyes set on the forthcoming Union budget *25 bps hike in repo rate *Liquidity situation likely to ease.
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* Markets on an upward trend * Decision on interest rates - a key factor * Cut-off yields at auctions zoomed upwards * Short-term rates likely to be hiked in monetary review
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* Markets again moved upwards * Q3 results likely to give markets a direction * Inflation crossed the 6% level * January 31 policy review to be watched closely
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*Markets remain in the positive territory *December quarter result to dictate market trends *Bond yields drop *All eyes set on monetary policy review
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" Markets end the week on a positive note " December quarter result- a watching factor " Bond yields decline " Govt. bond auction to determine the market direction
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" Markets in the greener territory " All eyes set on December quarter result " Call rates close at 19%, their 9-year high " Liquidity to remain tight
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" Markets remain weak " High volatility likely in store " Bond yields ease " Call rates likely to remain at high levels
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" Markets slip in the negative territory " Market likely to remain volatile " Bond yields and call rates rise " Yields likely to trade at high levels
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" Markets slip in the negative territory " Fed rate decision & FII inflows- a watching factor " Bond yields decline " Income tax advance outflowsto put pressure on liquidity
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" Markets continue to move in the positive territory " Crude oil prices likely to be a concern " Bond yields touched another seven month low " Yields to be guided by liquidity position
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" Markets continue their northwards journey " FII inflows remain a watching factor " Bond yields touch seven month low " Yields unlikely to move upward in immediate future
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" Markets maintain their positive trend " FII inflows - watching factor " Bond yields continue to dip " Eyes on the coming bond auction
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" Markets continue to head north " FII inflows & remaining quarterly results- watching factor " Bond market in comfort zone " Eyes on the coming bond auction
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" Markets march forward " Eyes on remaining quarterly results " Bond market slip " Inflation figures to determine the market direction
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" Markets on stock specific buying spree " Eyes on remaining quarterly results " Bond market were in comfortable zone " Central banks review awaited
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*Markets remained flat * Eyes on remaining quarterly results* Bond market continues to remain weak* Central banks review awaited
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" Markets on an upward trend " Eyes on major results " Bond market weakens " Fed meet on interest rates awaited
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" Markets end on a negative note " Q2 earnings awaited " Bond prices moved up " Government auction to determine market directions
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Markets end the week on a positive note ® Q2 results to determine market direction ® Bonds strengthen ® Governmentís borrowing plan- a watching factor
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Markets end the week on a positive note ® Q2 results to determine market direction ® Bonds strengthen ® Governmentís borrowing plan- a watching factor
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® Markets once again at a high ® Q2 results a critical factor ® Yields increase due to tighter liquidity ® Fed rate - a watching factor in the coming week
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® Markets continued their upward trend ® FII inflows to determine the market direction ® Yields touch 3-month low level ® Fed rate - a watching factor in the coming week
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® Markets continue with their upward trend ® FII inflows to determine the market direction ® Yields touch 10 -week low level ® Auction likely to rule bond yields
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® Markets end on a positive note ® Government decision on domestic fuel rates awaited ® Bond yield dip to a 2-month low level ® Government auction next week to determine market direction
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® Markets continue northwards ® FII inflows and crude oil prices to determine the trend ® Bond yield dip to a two-month low ® Yields may consolidate at current levels
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® Markets shine back ® FII inflows likely to direct the trend ® High demand pulls bond yield down ® Next week auction to guide market trend
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® Markets ended in the green territory ® Fed meet on Aug 8 much awaited ® Yields still at higher levels ® Bond market to get direction from the next auction
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® Markets ended on a positive note ® A ll eyes set on Fed meet on Aug 8 ® Yields still at higher levels ® Bond market movement rely on next issues
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*Markest continue to be in the red * Interest rates,global markets may drive domestic markets* Yields ease slightly* Domestic interest rate expected to be hiked
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® Markets witnessed volatility ® Rising oil prices a concern ® Yields touched another peak ® Bond mark et movement rely on next bond issue
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® Markets ended on a negative note ® Eyes on Q1 results ® Yields still at higher levels ® Bond market movement rely on next auction
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*Markets ended green *Next round of RBI decision on domestic interest rates *Yields still at higher levels *Oil being a major concern
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® Markets on an uptrend ® Volatility fear remains ® Ten year benchmark yield crossed the crucial 8% level ® Traders expected to adopt a cautious approach
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® Volatility ruled the markets ® Eyes on global rates status ® Yields hovered near four year high levels ® Government borrowing to weigh on market sentiments
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® Bears continue to outweigh the bulls ® Markets to remain volatile ® RBI raised key interest rates by 25 basis points ® Market to trade cautiously amidst signs of global hardening
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® Bears dominated the bulls ® Markets to remain volatile ® Bond yields remained near 4 year highs ® US interest rate hike weighs on sentiments
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