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SEBI has barked but has forgotten to bite
Recollect the innumerable headlines of 2005 and 2006, when SEBI Chairman M Damodaran, still new in his role as capital market watchdog, had threatened not to extend the date for compliance with Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement irrespective of the ownership of companies? Clause 49 is India’s equivalent of the Sarbanes Oxley legislation of the US and...
If the government moves to slay the monster of inflation, stocks will suffer collateral damage
A whole new generation of investors and traders has grown up believing that a relentless rise in stocks is guaranteed. When the market falls, it is time to buy. They believe that we are unlikely to see a serious decline of any magnitude soon. Returns may vary from month to month but, at the end of...