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    Ahead of Market: 11 things that will decide stock action on Tuesday

    Normally, a formation of Doji after a reasonable up move could be an alert of a possible trend-reversal, which can be confirmed with weakness in the subsequent weeks, said Nagaraj Shetti, Technical Research Analyst at HDFC Securities.

    Dow Jones slips at the open, still set for stellar November

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 253.86 points, or 0.85%, at the open to 29,656.83.

    Bitcoin rallies above $19,000 after biggest rout since pandemic

    The most-traded digital coin rose over the weekend and added almost 5% more on Monday to $19,109. That topped its peak closing level reached last week, before prices started tumbling. A Bloomberg gauge of the biggest cryptocurrencies is up 13% from Friday.

    Trade Setup: Nifty setup extremely risky, don't chase momentum

    Regardless of the global setup that we inherit on Tuesday morning and some incremental up moves that we may see, the domestic technical setup has now become extremely risky. Chasing momentum would just not be a good idea.

    S&P Global to buy IHS Markit in $44 billion mega deal

    The mega-deal, which IHS Markit Chief Executive Officer Lance Uggla told employees in a memo had been in the works for the last few months, highlights the growing importance of big data in financial markets governed by information-hungry trading algorithms.

    RBI stares at lower returns as most reserves deployed in low yielding treasury bonds

    RBI has been piling up reserves at a fast pace since the COVID induced lock-down and easy monetary policy by most central banks resulting in a steep surge in capital flows into emerging markets including India.

    BULL'S EYE

    How India's growth-inflation dynamics have turned wobbly

    Owing to the global deluge of capital flows along with the likelihood of Covid-19 vaccine being designed, the equity market continued to show a buoyant trend.

    Motown diaries: Stellar growth in tractor sales to boost November auto volumes

    Auto sales have been improving for a few months now, especially riding on sustained demand from rural markets and festive sales. This is also seen in shares of auto companies, which have been on an upward trajectory.

    European shares slip at end of stellar month; eyes on Brexit

    London's FTSE 100 slipped 0.3%, while the pan-European STOXX 600 index fell 0.5% after four weeks of gains which have seen it rise nearly 15% so far in November.

    China stocks fall but gain 5% in November as recovery picks up steam

    The blue-chip CSI300 index fell 0.4%, to 4,960.25, while the Shanghai Composite index slipped 0.5% to 3,391.76, reversing earlier gains as investors booked profits.

    S&P Global in advanced talks to buy IHS Markit for $44 bn: Report

    S&P Global in advanced talks to buy IHS Markit for $44 bn: Report

    S&P Global provides debt ratings of sovereigns, companies, as well as data to capital and commodity markets around the world.

    Nikkei ends lower, posts biggest monthly gain in near 27 yrs on vaccine cheer

    Nikkei ends lower, posts biggest monthly gain in near 27 yrs on vaccine cheer

    The Nikkei share average ended 0.79% lower at 26,433.62, snapping its four consecutive sessions of gains. But the index saw a 15% jump in November, its biggest monthly gain since January 1994.

    Australian stocks drop on China tensions; post record monthly jump on vaccine rally

    Australian stocks drop on China tensions; post record monthly jump on vaccine rally

    The S&P/ASX 200 index settled 1.3% lower at 6,517.8, erasing as much as 0.6% gains earlier in the session. This was the benchmark's worst fall since Nov. 4.

    Bitcoin is winning the Covid-19 monetary revolution

    Bitcoin is winning the Covid-19 monetary revolution

    Among the big-name investors who have turned bullish are Paul Tudor Jones, Stan Druckenmiller and Bill Miller. Even Ray Dalio admitted the other day that he “might be missing something” about Bitcoin.

    Why you need to look at index funds, ETFs now

    Why you need to look at index funds, ETFs now

    In the past two years, various fund houses have introduced index funds and ETFs that bet on various indices and asset classes. ET takes a look at four equity index funds recommended by financial advisors.

    Asian shares mixed despite record high S&P 500

    Asian shares mixed despite record high S&P 500

    Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 was up less than 0.1% at 26,657.18.

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