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    Arun Kejriwal

    Arun Kejriwal

    Ram Boolchand Jethmalani is an Indian lawyer and politician. He has served as India's Union Law Minister and as chairman of the Bar Council of India.

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    After the storm expect markets to consolidate (Market Watch)
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    After the storm expect markets to consolidate (Market Watch)

    Markets behaved on expected lines last week and bulls continued to drive home their advantage into June futures expiry. ...

    Vedanta flouts rules, bulldoze delisting proposal: Is the regulator watching?
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    Vedanta flouts rules, bulldoze delisting proposal: Is the regulator watching?

    lakh paid up share capital. Even within that bracket in the typically 1-500 shares category. Vedanta Limited promoted by ...

    Markets on a roll but up your guard (Market Watch)
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    Markets on a roll but up your guard (Market Watch)

    ,863.14 points or 5.75 per cent to close at 34,287.24 points. NIFTY gained 561.85 points or 5.86 per cent ...

    With expiry on Thursday, expect volatility to increase (Market Watch)
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    With expiry on Thursday, expect volatility to increase (Market Watch)

    points on Monday itself. The remaining days of the week were spent in trying to recover from there and ...

    Markets to rebound on Monday (Market Watch)
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    Markets to rebound on Monday (Market Watch)

    saw markets under pressure and lose ground on four of the five trading sessions. Post announcement of budget they simply crashed on Saturday when a special trading session was held, and ended the week with big losses. BSESENSEX lost 1,877.66 points or 4.51 per cent to close at 39,735.53 points while NIFTY was down 586.40 points or 4.79 per cent to close at 11,661.85 points. The broader markets saw BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 lose 4.96 per cent, 4.88 per cent and 4.78 per cent, respectively. BSEMIDCAP was down 4.44 per cent while BSESMALLCAP was down 3.38 per cent.

    Infra, rural India key beneficiaries of Budget (Opinion)
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    Infra, rural India key beneficiaries of Budget (Opinion)

    was presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday. It was an extremely long budget and took about 150 minutes to be presented. People from different walks of life would have diametrically opposite views on the Budget and would rate it from 3 to 7 on a scale of 10.

    Midcap and Small caps to lead upsurge
    National

    Midcap and Small caps to lead upsurge

    week with big gains on Monday and then traded in a narrow range, gaining on four of the five trading sessions.

    With Iran-US tension easing, expect markets to move up
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    With Iran-US tension easing, expect markets to move up

    in the first half of the week and waited for Iran to come out of the period of mourning and then gauge the response to the killing of their top chief of the Revolutionary Guards. Post the mourning period the retaliation which came in the form of missile attacks at two bases of the US army in Iraq was a measured attack and certainly not meant to escalate tensions. President Donald Trump for once showed restraint and helped in easing global tensions by talking down the markets. A net result of all of this was markets went up globally. Crude oil prices fell and so did gold. In a nutshell what was being talked about as the probable beginning of world war III, saw tensions de-escalating in a big manner.

    With Iran-US tension easing of, expect markets to move up
    National

    With Iran-US tension easing of, expect markets to move up

    in the first half of the week and waited for Iran to come out of the period of mourning and then gauge the response to the killing of their top chief of the Revolutionary Guards. Post the mourning period the retaliation which came in the form of missile attacks at two bases of the US army in Iraq was a measured attack and certainly not meant to escalate tensions. President Donald Trump for once showed restraint and helped in easing global tensions by talking down the markets. A net result of all of this was markets went up globally. Crude oil prices fell and so did gold. In a nutshell what was being talked about as the probable beginning of world war III, saw tensions de-escalating in a big manner.

    Markets to end 2019 calendar year with a broader move (Column: Market Watch)
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    Markets to end 2019 calendar year with a broader move (Column: Market Watch)

    week of the calendar year on a negative note and lost on three of the four trading days during the week. They gained only on Friday and recovered a substantial portion of the losses but still ended the week on a negative note.

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