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The stock market, already worried over India's current account deficit, is now feeling the tremors of foreign currency convertible bonds Indian companies issued more than three years ago.
Amtek India is among the top gainers in the last six months with return of over 115%.
Stocks that have fallen the most due to rising interest rates may be ripe for a turnaround.
We bring you an analysis of stocks that held strong amid sell-offs and how they are likely to perform.
Amtek India is among the top gainers in the last six months with return of over 76 per cent.
We bring you six index heavyweight stocks that are capable of delivering steady returns in the long run.
Following the seventh round of benchmark rate hikes in 2010-11, stocks of rate-sensitive sectors - banking, auto and realty - have seen fall in prices.
An analysis of returns by major indices during the past decade reveals that the market follows a pattern, one which can be used to position investments.
The second quarter of 2010-11 saw few surprises, with growth continuing in sales, order pipelines and earnings in domestic investment and consumption-driven sectors.
Here are some technical tools used by experts to predict stock market trends.
Rajesh Exports is among the top gainers in the last six months with return of over 60 per cent.
Market rumours often rattle share prices. Here's how you should react to the buzz.
The Budget often changes the investing arena and offers an opportunity to review your portfolio. A few experts tell Rahul Oberoi their recommendations.
It may have been a record year for IPOs, but investors need to be cautious, as the Sensex has breached the 20,000-level.
The second quarter results for 2010-11 indicate that the Indian markets have bounced back, with most companies exceeding analysts' expectations.
With a market capitalisation of less than Rs 967 crore, small-caps are the most dynamic set of stocks.
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