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The market has ferociously climbed up. Is it telling us that it wants to keep scaling the wall of worries?
The market has absorbed the draconian liquidity squeeze imposed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) at the end of March and has climbed ferociously surprising a lot of commentators, including yours truly. What is the market trying to tell us? One, that RBI’s liquidity squeeze is not a...
The government is still trying to slay the monster of inflation by raising interest rates. This may lead to huge casualties
In February, I had mentioned that the government is attempting to control inflation by jacking up interest rates and this will lead to a very difficult environment for stocks. The market was hit in late February, not just by rising interest rates but a whole lot of...
Will corporate profits and stock returns now come back to the historical mean? The ground is being laid for such a possibility
As we approach the end of fiscal 2007 and begin 2008, there is just one question on which hinges the fate and direction of the market: the earnings growth that fund managers and analysts think corporate India will deliver. If they deduce that earnings are set to slow...