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RBI Governer Mr. Rajan's Exit

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    #Niveza #Review on #RBI #Governer #Rajan #Exit ::

    RBI Governor's resignation is nothing but the demise of future of better Indian Economy. This is the forceful fall which could be seen in the near term. It's difficult to understand that who won the battle. Ruling Party or again Dr. Rajan? I would say man with self respect is still standing tall. Market was expecting him to continue. Its really difficult to say anything and to keep mum as well. Dictionaries are dried with words now. Really nothing has left to say. Rulers want someone who can speak on behalf of them and not one who can take India to some different levels with his research and knowledge.

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    Brexit or no Brexit, no stopping India’s bull market; here’s why ::

    #Niveza #Review on #Brexit #News ::

    Britain exit will have sentimental impact on overall world markets for some time if at all it happens. At the moment, again the opinion polls are showing that there are higher chances that they will vote for stay in the EU. If at all they voted for out, then currencies across globe can take skid, pound, Euro both can fall and hence overall markets will again go for US dollar which can strengthen it further. The strength of US dollar can again lead to emerging market currencies go sliding and thereby affecting their stock markets. In a long run India has no major problems but in short term it will definitely have problems for FII flows.

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    After Brexit and Rexit, 'Nexit' trends on Nikesh Arora's exit ::

    Stepping down of COO Nikesh Arora is one of the worst nightmare even SoftBank Group can have. Entire SoftBank Group surged off after the news. The tenure period of the giant was phenomenal. He was first person given designation of President in 35 years period of SoftBank. He was one of the highest paid global executive who has led SoftBank's investment in India in eCommerce firm Snapdeal, ride-hailing service Ola, real estate website Housing.com.

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    #Niveza #Review on Equity #Market #news #today::

    Indian equity markets were on the uphill during the month of May with large cap indices gaining between 3.95-4.14%. The broader market in India also performed at par in relation with the main indices. BSE mid cap index gained 2.93%, while BSE small cap index gained 1.11% during the month.

    For the month of May, sectors like Infra, Banks, Autos and Realty outperformed the key benchmark indices, whereas sectors like Pharma, Telecom, Energy, Metals and Utilities underperformed as per market sentiments and expectations.

    Foreign Institutional Investments (FII’s) garnered an inflow of ₹ 2,579cr in the Indian equity markets in May 2016 while Domestic Institutional Investments (DII’s) invested ₹ 7,142cr.
    Domestic Institutional Investments (DII’s) have purchased ₹ 4,815cr in Indian equity FYTD till end May-2016.

    The Monsoon session of the Parliament is expected to begin in the second half of July 2016 within a positive sentiment on the passing of the GST bill. This could spiral growth even further for the government as well as for the Indian equity markets.

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    How to Deal with the impact of Brexit on your Stocks?

    #Niveza #Review on The impact of Brexit would be gradual but as a nature of the markets, it gives knee jerk reactions. On exit from EU Britain will have to assess lot of things about its trade polices and currency management and post that it will be clear how much they are able to assess the situation. So stocks with high exposure to Europe such as Tata Motors, Motherson Sumi, Bharat Forge, Tata Steel and other are Avoid at the moment, and instead stocks with business model focused in India should be on radar on the investors.
     
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    #Niveza #Review :: Market view for the Week

    Finally the event of Britain gave knee jerk to the Global markets. Indian market found some nervousness, the Sensex crashed nearly 1000 giving some recovery in the last hour of the day. Last hour buying gave market recovery of around 400 points in the Sensex. The action-packed week kicked started on nervous note post the announcement of RBI Governor exit; however, our market showed tremendous resilience and ended the session well inside the positive territory. Subsequently, we saw lethargic movement ahead of Brexit referendum.
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    L&T Infotech Shares IPO to be open on July 11 ::

    #Niveza #Review on L&T IPO
    : Looking at the nine-months performance of the company, revenue and earnings are on growing side. But the the order book is expected to deliver the results after two-three quarters. During the year, numbers are are on lower side. There could be some hype at the time of listing but L&T Infotech could take some time to start delivering with stability.
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