The Indian market ended lower on Thursday, November 21 as investors booked profit in riskier stocks amid weak global sentiment.Nifty traded lackluster and settled marginally lower, taking a breather after the recent up move. It opened flat and remained range-bound thereafter.Close Sensex settled 76 points, or 0.19 percent lower at 40,575.17, while Nifty closed at 11,968.40, with a loss of 31 points or 0.26 percent. related news Rajneeti podcast | Maharashtra polls: Not BJP or Sena, Sharad Pawar has emerged as the biggest winner What changed for the market while you were sleeping? Top 10 things to know "Concerns over delay in the US-China trade deal and FED minutes fueled negativity in markets across the globe. While domestic blue chips are finding it difficult to maintain positivity due to excessive valuation," said Vinod Nair, Head of Research, Geojit Financial Services.He said the focus will be on next week’s Q2GDP data which is expected to be below the 5 percent … [Read more...] about Early on D-Street | Consolidation may continue; 12,000-12,100 key resistance range for Nifty
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The Indian market benchmark Sensex fell for the second consecutive day on November 22 on losses led by IT and bank heavyweights such as Infosys, HDFC Bank and TCS.The market remained in the lower terrain throughout the session even as global cues remained broadly positive after China said it wanted to work out a trade deal with the US.Most IT and technology stocks suffered losses amid reports that H-1B visas might see some changes to protect US workers and wages.Close "Despite positive global cues, the equity benchmark indices ended Friday’s session sharply lower. We expect the Indian markets to remain under pressure in the near-term, as there are no visible positive triggers, which could boost investor sentiments. We would recommend investors to follow stock specific approach," said Ajit Mishra, Vice President - Research, Religare Broking. related news Hot Stocks: Fear of a correction remains, book profits at higher levels Rajneeti podcast | Maharashtra polls: Not BJP … [Read more...] about Taking Stock: Market extends fall; IT, Teck top drags
Gold prices have been on an uptrend in the international markets during June. After consolidating in a narrow range of US $1294 to US $1354 per ounce over the first five months of calendar year 2019, gold prices have given a strong break-out on the upside to mark a five-year high. Gold was trading at US $1384 per ounce in the international markets. In the Indian markets, the price of the August Futures were hovering at Rs 33804 per 10 gram on the Multi-Commodity Exchange. The price was up 2 per cent compared to the previous close. Rising gold prices are expected to benefit investors holding gold in their portfolios. We had written about the risk-reward for gold investors earlier.Will prices continue to head north?The prices of gold bounced back in the international markets after the US Federal Reserve decided to leave interest rates unchanged. The US Central Bank made it clear that there is a possibility of cut in key interest rates. This is a clear signal that the interest rates are … [Read more...] about Can gold add more shine to your portfolio?
Dharmesh ShahThe Nifty has been consolidating in the broad range of 12,000-11,800 in the last two weeks. Over the past two weeks, the index has undergone healthy consolidation, aiding the daily stochastic oscillator to cool off from the overbought situation at 11,825. Over the past eight sessions, the index has merely retraced 38.2 percent of the preceding nine sessions up move (11,490–12,034). Slower pace of retracement signifies robust price structure.Going forward, we expect the index to maintain positive bias and challenge its record high of 12,100 in coming sessions which is also the confluence with the price parity of mid-September sharp rally (10,670–11,695), projected from October low (11,090). In the process, we believe any temporary breather should be used as an incremental buying opportunityClose Structurally, the index has not corrected for more than two weeks since August. In the current scenario, the index has corrected over the week and … [Read more...] about Dharmesh Shah sees Nifty heading towards its record high of 12,100, bets on these 2 stocks
I accepted my first management role early in my career, heading up a 15-person team at GE Global Research’s semiconductor laboratory. It was a big step at the time, but today I manage 28 labs of over 500 people, in addition to our research headquarters with around 2,000 people on site. Making that first shift from contributor to leader wasn’t easy, but it set me up for the other big changes I’d go on to make in my career. advertisement advertisement When a new role or opportunity forces you to change your work habits, it’s rarely clear just how to do it or whether the adjustment will pay off. And it isn’t just your role that pushes you to shift gears. Having a family has also forced my work habits to evolve, including in ways I never expected. Still, there are some common themes. In my experience, there are four key ways you’ll need to change your approach to work as your career progresses. 1. Become Less Dependent On Your Boss Early in … [Read more...] about Four Work Habits You Need To Change At Each Stage Of Your Career