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Is Infosys share price fairly valued at current levels?
Infosys reported Q2 FY 2014 numbers that were largely in line with expectations. What pushed the share prices higher by 4 per cent on Friday, when the company declared its results was the dollar revenue guidance which was upped from 6%-10% ...
Is Infosys Share Price Fairly Valued Current Levels
Greece woes continue...now Spain compounds misery
As if the mayhem in Greece was not enough, now Spain is adding to the problems in Europe. The country has gone into a recession after its economy contracted 0.3 percent in the first quarter after of 2012. Spanish bond yield ...
Greece Woes Continue Spain Compunds Misery
Crude spikes again; Brent crosses $125
Every time crude drops it seems to get tremendous support to rally again. Dropping from yesterday's low of $122 per barrel, Brent crude has again breached the $125 per barrel mark. Improving data from the US and strong opening in Europe ...
Crude Spikes Again Brent Crosses
Spot gold declines to Rs 27,550 per 10 grams
Gold slipped on Thursday giving up yesterday's gains. On domestic front, metal, which was trading above Rs 28,000 per 10 grams on Wednesday fell back to the level which was seen a day before. Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) gold futures ...
Markets in celebration mood; Sensex ends 551 points up
The 30-share Sensex ended 551 points or 3.63% up at 15,725.71, tracking a positive opening in European markets. Bankex, Capital goods, Oil & Gas, Power were the gleam of the day, all trading higher in the range of 2.59% - ...
Sensex Nifty Celebration Mood
Gold's safe haven appeal returns; breaches Rs 28,000-mark
Gold, which lost more than 6.6% during last week regained and breached Rs 28,000-mark on Wednesday. The metal's safe haven appeal returned on better economic perspectives from United States and Germany. On Tuesday, US government released November data for housing ...
Golds Safe Haven Appeal Returns Breaches 28000 Mark
Sensex, Nifty slips in red tracking European stocks
Indian markets slipped in red wiping out morning gains trailing European stocks. The 30-share index BSE closed 0.98% or 158.79 points down to 16,008.34, while the NSE Nifty ended 0.95% or 46.20 points low to 4,805.10. On European front, FTSE ...
Market tumbles, IT, Oil & Gas, Metals down
Indian markets again entered the red zone tracking European markets. The BSE Sensex closed 1.03% or 163.06 points to 15,695.43, while the NSE Nifty slipped 0.98% or 46.40 points at 4,710.05. On the global front, the market breadth looked grim, ...
Market Tumbles It Oil Gas Metals Down
Market under blood-bath, touches fresh lows
Indian indices have touched a fresh lows on Wednesday as investors dumped equities due to rising uncertainties over the Europe and US. Depreciating rupee against dollar is another daunting reason forcing investors to withdraw funds from domestic equities. At 1:20 ...
Gold slides, dollar and euro zone worries weighs
Gold on MCX slid on Wednesday as the dollar spiked against the basket of currencies. The shares of the Indian companies also fell following a weakening trend in Asian and European markets. The gold futures for December delivery contract on ...
Gold Slides Dollar Euro Zone Worries Weighs
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