Here is an item that came out about a month or so ago, which I had missed at the time. According to newsoftheweird.com, Tata Group (TTM), which trades on the New York Stock Exchange, the India auto manufacturer based in Mumbai, has outsourced many of their customer-service calls to a company in Ohio
Your blog is nice and informative. We think our post will be quite useful and informative for your visitors. We have witnessed Sensex and Nifty showing quite handsome upward rally around new year time. But now on 2nd Jan again Indian stock marketis sluggish and is struggling to come up. We have posted in recent post that we can expect market to come down in between 26December-07 to
Now on 2nd Jan FII has reentered into the market and game of seesaw with Nifty
graphs has started again.
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market effects other.
Always remember less profit or no profit is better then loss
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Now as such the final stages of the formal completion of nuclear deal has come,so we can expect some positive news effecting the
movement of the INDIAN STOCK MARKET which means stocks coming in power sector will take new direction
Companies which will benefited includes mainly
1.Larsen n Tourbo(LT)
2.Hindustan Construction Co. Ltd(HCC)
and the list had few more names..
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Stock market India is volatile and all those who speculate in market are loosing everyday. Please remember stock market is not for speculation purpose. If one feel investing in stock market is gamble then its better to think again.
One should always note that if they want to invest money they should do proper research be it fundamental research or technical research. Just think how come you can invest
your money without any convincing reason for the same?
Indian stock market is one of the most happening and emerging market. Major Indian stock exchanges are BSE and NSE and both are of world class standards.
So grab good stocks and invest that’s the bottom line.
We hope to see you in major profits.
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