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Rajiv Nagpal
Short-covering bounce is overdue

At least, now no one can say the Nifty is not reflecting the broader market decline. Finally, last week, the Nifty too joined the crash course, in full force.

Rajiv Nagpal
Start building space for calls as well

For the third week in a row, traders with long positions on put options have enjoyed an upper hand in the derivative market as they could log both intraday and intraweek gains.

Arun Kejriwal
Wait for market to settle

THE market saw a bloodbath last week, which had just four trading sessions, as Tuesday was a holiday.

Sangeetha G.
India Inc gears up for festive season

It is that time of the year when customers keep all their worries aside and enjoy some retail therapy, joy of gifting and engage in bargain hunting.

Sandeep Bamzai
Cut & Thrust: CONTROVERSY'S CHILD

In the controversial journey of Yes Bank, there is a family drama replete with emotion and name calling, a tragic death followed by a deep divide with its genesis in a visceral hatred, a quantum of

Ashwin J Punnen
Unanswered questions: ‘Many deaths were covered up...Something is wrong somewhere’

Ashish Mehta, the lawyer who has filed a Public Interest Litigation in the Bombay High Court on the mysterious deaths of India’s nuclear scientists, says the government should ackn

Gautam Datt
Mystery deaths of nuke scientists

Behind the high walls of secrecy surrounding the Indian nuclear establishment lies discomforting and unexplained trails of an unusually large number of scientists dying.

Sandeep Bamzai
Disequilibrium: Long Shadow Over Shadow Bank

What happens when the unequivocal recitation of truth birthed by avarice, human fragility and error becomes a festering sore.

Shubha Singh
Diplomatic Enclave: A new cooperative approach in India-Uzbekistan ties

India’s interaction with central Asia has gained some heft after its entry into the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), the regional body comprising of the five central Asian countries togethe

Falaknaaz Syed
Rupee plunges below 74

The rupee breached the 74-mark against the dollar for the first time on Friday before clawing back to 73-level, after RBI’s decision to hold the policy rate.

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