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  • MARKET PREVIEW MAR 8th, 2010

    US stocks jumped and the Nasdaq hit an 18-month closing high on Friday as US employers cut fewer jobs than expected last month and consumers showed signs of shedding their penny-pinching ways. The Dow Jones industrial average gained 122.06 points, or 1.17%, to end at 10,566.20. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index added 15.73 points, or 1.40%, to 1,138.70….

  • MARKET PREVIEW MAR 5th, 2010

    • Indian equities are likely to open flat on Friday, Mar. 5, 2010. SGX Nifty is trading at 5,103.50 , 24 points higher than Thursday’s closing of 5,079.50.

    • Asian stocks rose for the fourth time in five days after U.S. jobless claims fell and the Nikkei newspaper reported that the Bank of Japan may further loosen monetary .

  • MARKET PREVIEW MAR 3rd, 2010

    The market may extend last two days gains on firm Asian stocks. Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee’s bold budgetary proposals announced late last week which offered to progressively cut fiscal deficit over the next three fiscal years, changed personal tax rates which will lift disposable incomes in the hand of individuals and reduced surcharge on corporate tax for domestic companies to 7.5% from 10% in Union Budget…

  • MARKET PREVIEW MAR 2nd, 2010

    Investors have had a long weekend to put their knowledge at work after the budget. With the major event risk out of the way, a lot will again depend on how the global events play out. Asian stocks have pared their gains after a positive start. US stocks climbed on Monday taking the Nasdaq and S&P 500 into positive zone for the year. AIG’s $35 billion asset sale and a some mergers in the pharma space brought some cheer….

  • MARKET PREVIEW FEB 23rd, 2010

    The market may edge lower tracking weak Asian stocks. Asian stocks fell on Tuesday 23 February 2010, led by mining companies and automakers, following a rally that drove the MSCI Asia Pacific Index’s valuations to a three-week high on Monday, 22 February 2010. The key benchmark indices in China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan fell by between 0.39% to 1.97%….

  • MARKET PREVIEW FEB 22th, 2010

    The key benchmark indices may gain snapping last two days of losses on higher Asian stocks. Asian stocks gained on Monday after a smaller-than-estimated increase in U.S. consumer prices eased concern the Federal Reserve will increase interest rates. The key benchmark indices in Hong Kong, Japan, Indonesia, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan rose by between 0.51% to 3.16%. But China’s Shanghai Composite fell 0.16%….

  • MARKET PREVIEW FEB 17th, 2010

    The market may extend Tuesday (16 February 2010)’s gains on firm global stocks. Asian stocks rose on Wednesday, 17 February 2010 for the sixth time in seven days on speculation the global economy is recovering as commodity prices gained, US manufacturing expanded faster than estimated and Barclays Plc more than doubled profit. The key benchmark indices in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea and Singapore….

  • MARKET PREVIEW FEB 16th, 2010

    The market may open higher on positive Asian stocks. Asian stocks rose on Tuesday, 16 February 2010 led by Australian financial companies as earnings reports boosted confidence that economic conditions are improving. The key benchmark indices in Japan, Indonesia and South Korea rose by between 0.22% to 0.6%.Most Asian markets are shut on Monday and Tuesday for the Lunar New Year holidays….

  • MARKET PREVIEW FEB 11th, 2010

    The market may open on a positive note on firm Asian stocks. But volumes may remain low as traders may refrain from building large positions ahead of a long weekend. The stock market remains closed on Friday, 12 February 2010, on account of Mahashivratri. The government will today unveil data on some wholesale price indices for the year through 30 January 2010 viz. the food price index, the primary articles index and the fuel price index….

  • MARKET PREVIEW FEB 9th, 2010

    The market may see a flat-to-negative start with most Asian markets recovering after faltering in early trade today. The S&P CNX Nifty futures for February 2010 expiry were trading 2.5 points lower in Singapore. Asian markets were trading mixed today while US markets suffered a severe setback on Monday with the Dow sliding below the 10,000 mark….

  • MARKET PREVIEW FEB 8th, 2010

    The market may see a flat-to-positive start, extending Saturday’s rise, on follow-up buying. The S&P CNX Nifty futures for February 2010 expiry were trading 11.50 points higher in Singapore. Asian markets were trading mixed today. However, volatility may remain high as investors may remain cautious over sovereign debt problems in the euro zone….

  • MARKET PREVIEW FEB 4th, 2010

    The key benchmark indices edged lower tracking weak Asian markets. The BSE 30-share Sensex was down 84.26 points or 0.51%. Despite the broad market fall, the market breadth was positive. Metal stocks declined as metal prices fell on the London Metal Exchange on Wednesday, 3 February 2010. However, cement pivotals ACC and Ambuja Cement gained ahead of their Q4 December 2009 earnings later in the day…

  • MARKET PREVIEW FEB 3rd, 2010

    The market may open higher on positive Asian stocks. US stocks edged higher on Tuesday after U.S. pending home sales increased in the month of December 2010. Investors will closely watch opening of the large follow-on public offer (FPO) of staterun power generation firm NTPC today, 3 February 2010. The government fixed the benchmark price for the proposed divestment of government stake at Rs 201 per share. NTPC kickstarts what is expected to be a large fund raising exercise by Indian firms in calendar…

  • MARKET PREVIEW FEB 2nd, 2010

    • The market may edge higher tracking gains in Asian stocks which surged after the latest data showed a jump in manufacturing activity across Asia, euro zone and in US. • US markets rose on Monday after a positive manufacturing report. • Closer home, strong auto sales in January 2010 and the nation’s exports showing positive growth for the second month in a row in December 2009, may also boost investor sentiment….

  • MARKET PREVIEW FEB 1st, 2010

    The week gone by has only made the bearishness spread more in other asset classes as the dollar index has gone up further. Even the rise in GDP in US could not stop the fall in Dow & Nasdaq. The US economy surprised forecasters by powering ahead at an annualised 5.7% in the fourth quarter – the fastest pace of growth that it has shown for six years…

  • MARKET PREVIEW JAN 28th, 2010

    The market may snap last six days losses on positive Asia after Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged and signaled that low rates would remain for the extended period. However, equities are likely to remain volatile as traders roll positions in the derivative segment from January 2010 series to February 2010 series ahead of the expiry of the near-month January 2010 contracts today, 28 January 2010….