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This past week wasn’t nearly as kind to investors as stocks moved modestly higher to start the week only to fall sharply in Friday trading, cancelling out all of the gains from earlier in the period.
I’ve received a few requests to update current analysis on India’s “Nifty 50″ index, and indeed after a big recent rally, the index is at an interesting confluence target level traders should watch very
I’m not a buy-and-forget kind of investor. I like to rotate my portfolio and stay with the intermediate-term relative strength. Emerging market exchange traded funds (ETFs) frequently
When it rains, it pours. We keep talking about the strategic opportunities in India, but we have also stressed corporate governance concerns. Here is another reason why that has been the case.
Indian stocks are now down 15% from their November highs and signs are emerging that this market is at an interesting entry level technically and fundamentally.
When most investors hear the term exchange traded products, they probably think ETFs and that’s probably because ETFs do dominate the exchange traded products business.
Most emerging markets watchers know that India has been in a steep correction, but the depth of the downswing has still surprised a lot of people.
Mumbai remains weak, down another 1.5% overnight, but some interesting technical factors are emerging for Indian stocks.
Most bullish commodity cases offer the seemingly irrefutable argument of “China” as a driver of higher prices in the weeks, months and years ahead. The logic is sound—demand for
The start of 2011 has been a very rough one for most of the world’s major emerging markets as they have seen their share prices fall across the board. Moderating fears over the economic situation in
Another bearish day in Mumbai has pushed the BSE to 18,850. Another 4% or so lower and the technical situation starts to look a whole lot better.
Pop quiz time! Name a country that has: More than a billion people … A massive domestic economy … A wealthy aristocracy and rising middle class … Huge and growing exports, and …
Wholesale prices in India rose a relatively sedate 7.48% on an annualized basis in November, giving the central bankers in Delhi a chance to pause as they tighten interest rates.
Very quietly, the once-darling of the emerging world has turned into a mess. Between government corruption probes and a lot of profit taking, Mumbai is down 9% in a little over a month.