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Bull markets create false attributes which can take stocks up sharply or make them crash. Starting a new series on what makes stocks go up and down
Over the past 10 months, stocks of companies in the real estate sector have suffered the steepest declines. Look at the chart of Unitech which is representative of the whole sector. Apart from real estate, stocks of finance and steel companies...
The TVS group has been around for almost 97 years on the Indian business scene during which time it has built an empire of 30 companies spanning two-wheeler, automotive component manufacturing, automotive dealerships, finance and electronics. Yet it has been lagging far behind others in value creation and has not been able to capture even the recent economic boom which saw its peers race ahead...
On Friday, 24 October 2008, the Sensex, the Bombay Stock Exchange’s benchmark index, fell 11%. Shares of real estate companies Unitech and DLF fell 50% and 24%, respectively. Shares of Reliance Industries fell 16%, the steepest decline since 1993. ICICI Bank’s shares also fell 16%, marking a four-year low. Scrip after scrip touched 52-week lows. It took a certain stiffness of spine to conclude...