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Re: Indian Share Market - November 15th, 2008

I would like to ask some questions to the experts who expressed their observations here.

Firstly, where is this money (foreign investor's fund) going when it is getting withdrawn from the Indian stock markets?

Why is India's and China's GDP is lowering where the domestic consumption is always high?

Aren't India and European countries on the same path of recession as USA? Because when USA felt the coming of recession, the Federal Bank reduced the interest rates and the same thing is now done by RBI and European Banks too.

Should we limit the features of Globalization to such a level that the markets of countries get insulated and a recession in one major country does not adversly affect the rest of the business world?

How can this situation be rectified and can be avoided in the future?


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Re: Indian Share Market - November 16th, 2008

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I would like to ask some questions to the experts who expressed their observations here.

Firstly, where is this money (foreign investor's fund) going when it is getting withdrawn from the Indian stock markets?

Why is India's and China's GDP is lowering where the domestic consumption is always high?

Aren't India and European countries on the same path of recession as USA? Because when USA felt the coming of recession, the Federal Bank reduced the interest rates and the same thing is now done by RBI and European Banks too.

Should we limit the features of Globalization to such a level that the markets of countries get insulated and a recession in one major country does not adversly affect the rest of the business world?

How can this situation be rectified and can be avoided in the future?


thanks for reply how the problem can be rectified thats what we are disscussing over here no 1 seems to have a solution nor does the FM of india


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Re: Indian Share Market - November 17th, 2008

The Indian share market is down 30% and many are wondering whether their decision to invest in the stock market was right. Well, we should remember the dictum whatever goes up comes down and that applies to stock market as well. Most people fail to understand how much their investment has appreciated in the last four years.



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Re: Indian Share Market - November 24th, 2008

discussion was very useful. We must have discussion on similar topics
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Hi Ankit...
Firstly very good issue raised here....n m quite surprised how did this issue catch my eye so late????

Well We are in an age when every Tom, Dick and Harry talks about the stock market and the sensex. ‘’How much is the sensex at?’’ has become a question as ubiquitous as “What’s the score?” asked when India plays cricket.
But the men who really matter don’t seem to have any clue. Our Economist-Prime Minister confesses he does not understand how the share markets behave. Our Finance Minister too takes recourse in highlighting the fact as to how strong India is on its economic fundamentals. The ship of Indian economy is almost on an even keel. It may be worst, but it won’t sink. Predicting the Sensex is much like astrological predictions.

In such a scenario it is very difficult to say who will salvage the world from the economic crisis. It is also difficult to say who will spark hope at the end of the tunnel seeing which the stock markets may surge. Whether it is Republican McCain or Democrat Obama, both will find the going equally tough.

Well on our Economy front, three things will happen as of now.

(1)First, foreign funding will be reduce due to global liquidity crunch,
(2)Interest rates abroad will rise,
(3) and the rupee will depreciate as the existing PNs will exit the country.

In panic, the govt has made the PNs even easier to use, but in this situation of uncertainty that will not help much. All that PNs will do anyway is to pump rupees in the system and cause inflation. This will affect our investment and the cost of imports that are essential for our export industries. This is why while the dollar is sinking; the rupee dollar rate has risen from Rs.39 to Rs.49 in juz a month. Therefore, with the rise in the import cost due to devaluation of the rupee, we should expect a deceleration in the growth rate of GDP and a recession till correctives are applied. While the RBI has cut the CRR claiming that step would bring down the interest rate, the prime lending rate has actually gone up from 10% to 12%, reflecting the tight liquidity position after foreign inflows have slowed down.

According to my opinion the Govt should use the Foreign Exchange reserves in US treasury bonds under such circumstances, which will help the Indians to buy up through mergers and acquisitions US Companies that are up for sale. But, for long-term financial stability India will have to embark on financial reforms which have been on hold since 1996. Also...
(1) A commission should be empowered to have a re-look at the budget allocations and their actual deployment, and suggest restructuring.
(2) All State Electricity Boards should be abolished and replaced by private operators which have to tender for it and make handsome deposits.
(3) The law should require that the capital account in the budget should always be in deficit or balanced, while the revenue accounts should be in surplus.


Financial Crisis in the market economies of democratic countries are not unusual. It is also not unusual for such economies to make a policy corrections and come out of crises. During this decade itself the West went through two crises: the first was in 2000, the “dotcom bust”, and the second was after the 9/11 terror attacks. But the Market Economies came out of it. Infact we saw a boom between 2003 and 2008. The important fact, therefore to remember about all these crises is that all affected market economies do recover, and prospered subsequently.
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Re: Indian Share Market - December 29th, 2008

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Hello MPites all of us knows that India Share Market is thru its tough times u can say the most volatile period in its history.
Where no predicton of any experts are working.Its not happening in India only but all over the world.

So whats next now

The FM says our fundamentals are strong we need not worry
some say wait for a year everything will be normal
some say its gonna be recession 2008
The global financial hurricane has swayed China and India only slightly, but the emerging Asian giants are not yet strong enough to drive a revival in world economic momentum, analysts say.


Different people have there different opinion so i want to know wats ur views and wats ur take cos we have many experts on MP who would like to comment on it

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thanks for your views on the indian share market for the business students will definetly helpful
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Re: Indian Share Market - January 20th, 2009

I read recently about Jhunjhunwala's famous comment on sensex to climb to 24000 mark by 2012 and he is hence planning to be bullish by year end.

We would however definitely want to wait and look for the market performance by Mid year 2009 as to how far it has climbed.
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