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Extreme price volatility has probably forced chairman CB Bhave to get cracking on market reforms immediately after taking charge at the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). Fortunately, Mr Bhave knows the organisation and the capital market so there was no time-loss while he figured out the system.
Bringing qualified institutional buyers (QIBs) on par with retail investors and...
We had earlier suggested that the important support levels for the Sensex were 17,000-17,500 and then at 15,500. At the time of
writing, it had already fallen below this level; now keep your eye on whether it closes above 15,500 for the week-ended 21 March 2008. The trendline that connects 6,154 (week-ended 29 April 2005), 7,685 (week-ended 28 October 2005), 9,810 (week-ended 9 June ...
In 2001, Jeremy Siegel, a professor of finance, known as the “Wizard of Wharton” was reading a book on stock returns, titled Creative Destruction: Why Companies That Are Built to Last Underperform the Market – and How to Successfully Transform Them. The authors, Richard Foster and Sarah Kaplan, partners of consulting company, McKinsey & Co, had laid out an indirect rebuttal of the