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Crude oil throws a spanner into the economic recovery works

Financial Express, Sep 18, 2019

Equity research analysts appear to be finding cheer at mid-cap companies, that isn’t readily apparent to the macro investor community. The forward P/E ratio for mid-caps has declined below its long term average, while the forward P/E ratio for large caps remains above its average. On a trailing basis, the measure remains in neutral territory….

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Bond durations: what wealth managers recommend

Citywire Asia, Sep 18, 2019

Bonds are integral to a diversified portfolio, but long-term options are not the best buy in current market conditions, wealth managers told Citywire Asia. Sanctum Wealth Management, for example, is advising its HNW clients to invest in moderate duration bonds as they are less sensitive to interest rate changes. CIO Sunil Sharma said the case…

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Sensex drops 262 points, rupee declines 1% as global oil price surges

Business Standard, Sep 17, 2019

The yield on the 10-year government security rose nearly 8 basis points to 6.71 per cent. Bond yields and prices move in opposite directions Domestic equities, the rupee, and bonds came under selling pressure on Monday as the sharp surge in global oil prices sparked macroeconomic fears. The benchmark Sensex fell 0.7 per cent, or…

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Crude shock: Shares of oil marketing companies fall up to 7.04 pct

Financial Express, Sep 17, 2019

Shares of Bharat Petroleum Corporation was the worst performing stock in the BSE Oil & Gas index and closed at Rs 380.10, down by 7.04% or Rs 28.80. Prices of Brent opened at .45 per barrel and went up to .95 intra-day on Monday following the drone strikes on Saudi crude oil infrastructure. (Reuters) Shares…

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