The markets will disappoint you with what the Fed did overnight, said Geoff Dennis.
In a bad start for the new government, India’s GDP growth hit a 5-year low of 5.8 per cent.
Be it oil or agri-commodities, the Sino-US tariff war remained a key overhang for investors.
What will be the cost of Gandhi’s “final assault on poverty” on the Indian economy?
A pause or a cut in US interest rates is expected to boost Indian stocks.
With Wednesday’s policy, the Fed seems to have signalled no further rate hikes for 2019.
Equity Intelligence’s Porinju Veliyath is still a firm believer in smallcap revival in 2019.
Patel's resignation as RBI Guv may create a temporary flutter in the market, say experts.
The Fed also dropped the word “accommodative” from the policy statement.
If Nifty sustains above 11,025 level ahead, then one can look for bottoming out process.
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