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Sensex Index Tells About Market Flow

February 16, 2009 5 comments
Stock Market Index

Stock Market

Sensex India is the figures of BSE 30 listed companies on the basis of free flow capitalization method. The free flow capitalization method is the calculation of figures derived from readily available stocks and shares for trading in the open market. This sensex index reflects the market condition and changes in the price of various commodities. Not only this, it also tells us about the assets of a particular company and its status in the market. The main aim of calculating sensex is to assess the value of a company and its ability to do trade.

There are 30 companies involved in the calculation of BSE Sensex. These include some of the big business shots in the market, such as Bharti Airtel, DLF Universal Limited, HDFC Bank, Hindalco Industries, Hindustan Liver Limited, ICICI Bank, Infosys, Larsen & Tubro, Mahindra Limited, Maruti Udyog, NTPC, ONGC, Ranbaxy Industries, Reliance Industries, Tata Group of companies and Wipro. These days, a conversation about hikes and lows in stock market is the prime topic. You get to know the trading ability and goodwill of a company in current news. All these news helps the industry people to make prediction about hikes and deduction in the prices of raw materials or other commodities manufactured by the companies.

Indian Share Market Start Decline After Two-Day Rise

February 6, 2009 Leave a comment

BSE Sensex index fell down 1.2 percent on Thursday 5th Feb 2009, after the two-day upward graph. Reliance Industries and Housing Development Financing Corporation are main BSE Companies which are main sources of this downward trend. Shipping companies jump the trend, still when there are weak global feelings and persistent economic worries exist in Indian share markets.

Indian Stock Market

Indian Stock Market

India’s largest vehicle maker, Tata Motor’s shares fell down by 5.3 percent during the day and closed at 2.8 percent at Rs. 131.50, it was the market news during the day that Tata motor’s had holdup the vendor’s payments. Inflation was less than expectations, due to this it failed to strengthen the many banks sentiments because more rate cuts were seen and due this it cut down the profit margins. The BSE -30 Sensex was closed at Rs. 9,090.97, down by 1.21 percent or 110.97 points, it rubs the profit of three-quarters over last two days.

Currency Exchange Crisis

December 4, 2008 Leave a comment

As I had a look on the fluctuating Currency Exchange Rates, I simply could not remove my attention from the online currency converter as who knows their value better than the one who has got his money plunged in the ongoing economic tumult. According to the currency exchange rates on the online currency converter, dollar is soaring high and the values of gold as well.

Currency Exchange Rates

Currency Exchange Rates

But Indian currency is slipping downwards and that is what is making me lose hope everyday. The inflation has gradually caught momentum and seems to affect the currency exchange rates in a fastened manner. The online currency converter, however, disappoints every time as the fluctuating currency exchange rates take the breath away.

Shares and Stock Markets

November 24, 2008 Leave a comment
Stock Market

Stock Market

Economic crisis has made the greedy business systems crystal clear to the public. As what seemed so easy  years back has come as an invincible blow to the money lenders and mortgagers. In the Stock Market India, the scenario is predictably similar to what was expected earlier. Share market India brings out the fact how money lenders have brought down the stock & share market. The Indian stock market is also suffering the harsh blows of the same.

According to Market India News, housing loans, education loans, etc. were easy money earlier but now have flooded the market due to over indulgence and inability to pay back. Inflation rate too has reached zeniths now.

Are We Responsible for the Economic Crisis?

November 10, 2008 Leave a comment

The economic crisis that has stricken worldwide has rendered many a corporate houses and business entities melt down in huge losses. The Stock Market News  stated the financial fix that has taken over seems to go on endlessly. And at the same time investors like me have crossed our fingers to wait and watch what follows in this global share market. Each moment raises a hope to see rising fluctuations of the currency converters and see Indian rupee going upwards in the stock market, however, nothing comes handy but loss. The economic experts of Finance news India and finance news daily have predicted that the stock market will see further tumults in the nearing future.

Economic Crisis

Economic Crisis

As the Finance News India stated, it all began few years back. Mortgaging has brought the entire world economy come crashing down. Share market India stated that easy loans and free flowing economy let loose the entire thread of economic stability and even those who could not afford to pay back started getting loan easily.

Further, Money market also reflected that incurring bad debts very recently last year had well indicated the dark future for banking worldwide. It was the impact of these debts only that registered a doomed future for the entire world economy. When India stock news, share news and various finance channels made me realize, the real estate business was tumbling down, I knew my money in the banks was safe no more. Whatever fund investing I had done in India was on stake and I quickly withdrew my money. What I lacked was the trust on the financial security that these banks provided. At that particular moment I had no clue that other people were caught up in the same tumult. And this financial instability had led to lower investments and as a result to lower profits.

Grim Economy Shuns Many, For Some It Hardly Matters

November 7, 2008 Leave a comment

In this fragile world of finance, things have always been different. Where on one hand, global economic meltdown, impeding financial status, and bankrupt corporate houses and business entities, sacked employees, crashing currency exchange rates has left the world shunned and shocked, there are some industries where the economy is still flowering and where normal business follows. According to Finance News India and Share news, luxurious private jets, diamond jewelry, art and antique industry, Rolls Royce and various other royal rituals are still in demand and personal finance investing goes on unharmed. These are the arenas which seem to least affected with the financial distress that is being mourned over by investors, bankers, stock brokers round the globe.

Indian Currency Exchange Rates

Indian Currency Exchange Rates

The Stock Market might have roared of depletion and fluctuating financial calculators, however, the above stated jubilant and showy industries are still sparkling with the same jitter, pomp and show. Chanel, Armani, Dior and various brands are still lusted for and have no economic issues following. It is rightly said that glamour never dies and that is what makes these industries survive in the otherwise choking situation of economic tumult. As the share market India have depicted rightly, money invested in appropriate places never goes dull and waste and that is where personal finance tools exercise their power. Currency converters do not apply where money knows no bounds. The cash inflow in personal financial banking is unstoppable and the fund value always shoots up due to the personal finance tools, no matter what.