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RBI moving closer to at least two rate hikes: R Sivakumar, Axis MF
“Sustained intervention from RBI which depletes its reserves, may not be in our best interest.”
Don’t dump long-term debt schemes, say mutual fund managers
A ‘no-rate-cut’ scenario is a bad news for long-term bond fund investors.
As rupee stares at 72, D-Street counts costs to macros & market
RBI’s stance of not interfering with the rupee movement has hurt sentiments.
Infosys: Vishal Sikka's exit leaves crease in fund managers' portfolios
Fund managers said the controversy is unlikely to result in sharp decline in the share price.
Overseas investors pump in record funds in March
Foreign portfolio investors' combined net investments in March has reached a high of Rs 38,445 crore, the highest-ever in a month.
Foreign inflows may improve if global markets stabilise: Ashish Parthasarathy, HDFC treasurer
Ashish Parthasarathy said that RBI may cut interest rates by 25-50 basis points in 2016, and FPI investments could remain subdued unless global markets stabilise.
Prudent policy stance brings FPIs back to Indian bond market
To add glitter to the Indian story, the International Monetary Fund has raised its economic outlook.
To stabilise rupee, India needs more risk-taking speculators, not less
As with all financial market measures, Nifty and rupee look forward: they report on the expectations among market participants about the future.
Price stabilisation fund for farmers in Budget 08
The Union Budget is likely to ring in an agricultural price stabilisation fund for crops prone to heavy price fluctuation.
Gold on rebound? Look what is giving the metal the strength
Short covering in gold proved very short-lived and now, it’s near its support zone of $1,345.
ONGC, Oil India could help government meet shortfall due to oil price rise by subsidy sharing: Vikas Halan, Moody's
“When oil prices go up, the upstream companies benefit and the subsidy sharing brings it down a little bit.”
Lower oil prices, clarity on GAAR will help rupee stabilise: JP Morgan
In an interview with ET Now, Brijen Puri, Head of Forex Trading, JP Morgan, shares his outlook on the rupee. Excerpts:
Lower production could spike vegetables prices in coming months
The area under planting has also come down for onions by 10 per cent to 1.19 million hectare over the previous year.
Restructuring of commodity boards on the cards: Jyotiraditya Scindia
The government has proposed to reorient the structures and functioning of commodity boards, and also making the price stabilisation fund (PSF) scheme for the plantation sector more beneficiary-friendly and popular among growers, Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, Jyotiraditya Scindia has said.
Will IHH Healthcare's acquisition of Fortis nurse it out of ICU?
With its own mixed track record in India, the coup can easily turn into a winner’s curse for IHH.
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