Despite India's easier foreign debt investor norms tax still a barrierMonday March 25, 2013
India's move to ease restrictions for foreign investors in domestic debt markets is unlikely to significantly boost capital inflows unless the government also cuts withholding taxes, a more difficult decision for a country with fiscal challenges.
Markets to bounce back from oversold zoneSunday March 24, 2013
This would be the ideal time to ignore the noise and buy equities for the remainder of the year and expect outperformance.
RBI will take baby steps to easing, may cut rates in June: BofAFriday March 22, 2013
According to the global investment banking major, the RBI will continue to gradually shift its focus to reviving growth from exclusively fighting inflation since 2010 and is likely to cut rates in June by 25bp, and by 50bp in March 2014 quarter.
Week ahead: Right time to invest in stock marketsSunday March 03, 2013
The week ahead should see the stock market rebound as Finance Minister P Chidambaram has clarified on certain amendments in the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) with Mauritius. Ambiguity on the same had sent the markets reeling under selling pressure on Budget day.
The Week Ahead: Stock market in correction modeMonday January 14, 2013
The stock market is expected to react to a host of corporate earnings along with key inflation data slated for this week.
The Week Ahead: Eye on earnings, global cuesSunday January 06, 2013
The 50-stock Nifty closed the week over the 6,000 mark, a level last seen almost two years back. Now, it's the sentiment that may nudge the index higher on the back of strong foreign flows in the week ahead.
The Week Ahead: Markets brace for global and political uncertaintySaturday November 17, 2012
The markets are bracing themselves for more global and political uncertainty next week ahead of a resolution over the fiscal cliff. Back home, the Winter Session of Parliament resumes from November 22.
Big bang policy measures, really?Friday September 14, 2012
The government has gone on a reform overdrive. Fifty-one per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail, which was first approved by the government in November last year, has finally been notified.