India’s premium to its emerging market peers has fallen to a nearly 14-month low.
The Nifty PSU Bank index may be poised for further weakness.
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A full-blown trade war could cost the global economy $470 billion, according to Bloomberg Economics.
Other indexes, from mega-caps to small-caps to the S&P 500, are yet to reclaim the same milestone.
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A big outperformance in Indian stocks is unlikely amid political concerns, say experts.
Equity inflows snap a two-month downtrend.
Multinational consumer giants like Unilever Plc and Nestle SA have become a lot cheaper than their Indian units.
RSI shows none of the 50 Nifty stocks have been overbought for 20 sessions in a row till yesterday.
Sugar stocks trade lower as output jumps 42 percent this season.
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The average number of trades recorded daily has roughly dropped in half from the December highs.
Gold tumbled after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell opened the door to four interest rate hikes this year.
Talk about a year to forget for General Electric.
Technology sector now amounts to more than 25 percent of the S&P 500 Index.
PNB stock down more than 50% from October high.
A few Wall Street analysts say pain in U.S. equities probably isn’t over yet.
KPIT Technologies which has gained more than 15 percent in 2018 may have more room to rise.
Bad loans, fraudulent transactions weigh on Indian banks and their stock prices.
The worst may not be over for Japanese stocks.
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“The U.S. is no longer our top pick within the developed world,” said Barclays Plc.
TCS and Sun Pharma are the two Nifty stocks expected to decline in 2018, Bloomberg data showed.
Indian equities have missed the rebound in emerging markets.