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    Trade Setup: Critical for Nifty to stay above 14,444; avoid shorts

    There are mild possibilities of a technical pullback happening on Monday.

    Auto stocks in focus ahead of Feb sales figures: Here's what to expect

    Maruti Suzuki is seen to report a further fall in market share to to 47.5 per cent in February compared with 49 per cent in December quarter and 53 per cent in February last year, Nomura India said.

    Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Monday

    Momentum indicator Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) on Friday showed bullish trade setup on the counters of Tata Motors, Aditya Birla Fashion, Manappuram Finance, Jain Irrigation, Gufic BioSciences, Britannia Industries and others.

    China's factory activity expands at a slower pace in February, misses expectations

    The official manufacturing Purchasing Manager’s Index (PMI) fell to 50.6 from 51.3 in January, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed on Sunday, remaining above the 50-point mark that separates growth from contraction.

    Long & Short of Markets: ​Jhunjhunwala on when will Sensex top out; June 16 could be a turning point for Street

    Ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala gives two reasons that can lead to the demise of a bull market.

    Are some share swap deals a fraud? Buffett thinks so

    Share swap deals are often used by companies to acquire other companies, especially when they happen at "imaginative" valuations.

    BULL'S EYE

    Top takeaways from Warren Buffett's letter: One big mistake and four family jewels

    In his letter, Warren Buffett said most of Berkshire’s value resides in four businesses--three controlled and one in which it has only a 5.4 per cent interest--and termed them as jewels.

    Most major Gulf stock markets fall in early trade

    Qatar buck trend as most major stock markets in the Gulf fell on Sunday after Friday's slide in oil prices and global equities.

    Bringing petro-goods under GST will be good move: CEA

    Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan had also urged Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to bring petroleum products under the ambit of the GST.

    Tweet Buster: Why Zerodha squared off all intraday positions after NSE tech glitch

    Zerodha CEO Nithin Kamath said as brokers, their business isn’t to predict the direction of the stock market.

    The week that was: Hindustan Copper surges 74% in a week; auto, IT heavyweights among top losers

    The week that was: Hindustan Copper surges 74% in a week; auto, IT heavyweights among top losers

    Here are 10 stocks that buzzed the most during the week:

    FPIs net buyers for 2nd consecutive month in Feb; invest Rs 23,663 cr

    FPIs net buyers for 2nd consecutive month in Feb; invest Rs 23,663 cr

    Foreign portfolio investors invested a net Rs 25,787 crore into equities but pulled out Rs 2,124 crore from the bonds market during February 1-26

    Day trading guide: 2 stock recommendations for Monday

    Day trading guide: 2 stock recommendations for Monday

    A sustained trade below the support level of 14,440 will extend the corrections to 14,330-14,300 levels.

    FII flow, bond yields among key factors that will guide market this week

    FII flow, bond yields among key factors that will guide market this week

    This week, much like the last one, global cues will be of vital importance. Moreover, investors will also keep an eye on FII inflows, which has turned negative as rising bond yields are making equities unattractive.

    9 out of top 10 firms lose nearly Rs 2.2 lakh cr in m-cap, RIL gains

    9 out of top 10 firms lose nearly Rs 2.2 lakh cr in m-cap, RIL gains

    Reliance Industries (RIL) was the only scrip to post gains in its market valuation among the top 10 valued companies.

    Why Warren Buffett won’t take the Reddit bait

    Why Warren Buffett won’t take the Reddit bait

    The biggest omission from Buffett’s letter was any rumination on markets and valuations, nor were there signs that maybe he’d come to accept higher prices as the new normal.

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