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Podcast: What will sway your market next week

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ETMarkets Evening Podcast: What will sway your market next week

Hi there! You are listening to ETMarkets Evening Podcast. This is Abhinav Kaul and I will offer a wrap of todays trading on Dalal Street and bring you cues and tips from top analysts for the sessions ahead. Today was the day of March derivatives series expiry, and as expected, the market seesawed all throughout due to a spike in activity. It also happened to be the last
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Sale of 2nd tranche of electoral bonds from April 2

The sale of second tranche of electoral bonds will take place from April 2-10 at SBI's 11 designated branches, the finance ministry said today. Electoral bonds are being pitched as an alternative to cash donations made to political parties and bring transparency in political funding. The bonds worth Rs 222 crore were issued by SBI during the first tranche which
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How government sets the bond market on fire

MUMBAI: Indian bonds had their best day in about 52 months as investors cheered the governments decision to reduce its first half borrowings programme and thereby reducing pressure on the system. Some, however, believe that the optimism may be short lived as it just kicked the can down the road. Yields on benchmark government bond crashed 29 basis points to 7.33% — its
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Wall Street edges higher as trade war tensions ease

US stocks ticked higher on Tuesday, building on strong gains from the previous session amid easing fears of a trade war between the United States and China. Technology stocks were the biggest gainers, with a more than 1 percent rise in shares of Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Intel providing the boost. The main indexes ended up more than 2 percent on Monday following
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No need to worry about slowing growth: Goldman

NEW YORK: Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economists who are tracking weaker global growth this quarter say theres no reason to fret that a deeper slowdown is coming. While there has been some ebbing in the first three months of the year, world gross domestic product is still expanding slightly above Goldman Sachs full-year forecast of 4.1 per cent, according to their research
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RBI to keep policy rates on hold, maintain neutral stance: Report

The Reserve Bank is expected to keep policy rates on hold and maintain its neutral stance at the ensuing policy review meet early next month, says a Morgan Stanley report. According to the global financial services major, although India's economic growth is on an uptrend, recovery remains in an early stage, and this warrants a neutral stance. "Considering the
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After Hours: Nifty Bank zooms 574 points; IT stocks continue to bleed

NEW DELHI: The bulls made a stunning comeback on Dalal Street on Monday after being mauled by the bears in the previous session. Improving global sentiment helped stocks recoup recent losses globally as the US and China readied to begin negotiations on trade. The S&P BSE Sensex gained 470 points, or 1.44 per cent, to settle at 33,066, while NSEs Nifty50 reclaimed the
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Govt roadmap shows less borrowing in H1 than last year

NEW DELHI:The government on Monday unveiled a Rs 2.88 lakh crore market borrowing roadmap for the first half of FY19, which would be 22.6 per cent lesser than Rs 3.72 lakh crore raised during the same period last financial year. The move will help maintain the high liquidity position in the market. The borrowing target for the first half would amount to 47.56 per cent of