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The Moneycontrol Podcast is your daily source of business news, investment analysis and advice on stocks and the markets. Tune in to broaden your horizons with podcasts by journalists, experts and analysts giving you a head-start in the investment game.
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Tune in to Coronavirus Essential with Sakshi Batra for all the latest news on the pandemic.
Keerthana Tiwari and Prince Thomas discuss the top news from India Inc this past week.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has pushed the world to a new normal and for investors to create wealth it makes sense to move away from large-cap, mid or small-cap, Somnath Mukherjee, Managing Partner & CIO at ASK Wealth Advisors says in ‘The Market Podcast’ with Moneycontrol.
Nifty has failed 3 times in the last 10 trading sessions to cross the resistance of 12,050, witnessing correction from higher levels. The sector rotations continue to gain strength in the narrow range with IT, Pharma and Auto witnessing profit-booking while Banking, Real Estate and Metals have gained strength. Select mid-caps and small-caps have started to outperform after the quarterly results, keeping the broader markets in positive momentum. Nifty is up by 10 percent from the last expiry while Bank Nifty is up by 20 percent with clear outperformance in the private banking sector and financial services. A clear breakout above 12,050 will give a sharp up-move as we are in the derivatives expiry week. The second-quarter result season and rollover movement will increase volatility in individual sectors and stocks. India VIX is on the verge of a breakout above 24 levels which will spike volatility.
Tune into Coronavirus Essential podcast with Sakshi Batra for all the news on the pandemic.
Tune in to the first episode of Macro Minutes where Moneycontrol's Assistant News Editor Arup Roychoudhary breaks down complex governance and policy related-issues. In this episode, he explains the tug-of-war between the Centre and the states regarding GST compensation, and how the US election will affect Indo-US trade ties.
On October 21, Nifty witnessed a strong gap-up opening following its global peers and traded near 12,000-levels in the first half of the trading session. Later in the afternoon session, the market slipped into the red and a sharp decline dragged Nifty below 11,950. In the last hour, the market recovered from the day’s low point which helped the advance-decline ratio to close in the favour of advancers. As the market is approaching 12,000 mark, and with just 430 points away from its lifetime high, volatility will tighten its grip and we can witness a high wave candle which normally swings both ways. The benchmark index has almost retraced 100 percent from its bearish engulfing candle formed on October 15. When such a strong red candle pattern gets failed, it strongly confirms that the 'buy on dips' scenario is likely to continue. All up-moves will keep the market in a defined range and the market will remain vulnerable to sell off at higher levels.
Tune into Coronavirus Essential podcast with Sakshi Batra for news on the pandemic.
The Indian market began this week on a positive note with Bank Nifty taking the lead on the back of sharp gains in HDFC twins, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank. On the derivatives front, put writers were seen shifting towards higher bands which indicates that the bias is likely to remain bullish in the coming sessions as well. On the higher side, call writers hold maximum open interest at 12,000 strike above which, we can witness further short-covering which could take Nifty towards 12,100 levels as well. On the technical front, the 11,700-11,600 zone is a strong support area for Nifty and any dip in prices should be used to create fresh longs.
Tune in to the Coronavirus Essential podcast with Sakshi Batra for daily news on the COVID-19 pandemic
Post October 1, health insurance premiums have seen sharp increases in some cases. Porting to other insurers or switching to tailor-made policies could help keep a lid on premiums.
Nifty had formed a bearish engulfing candlestick pattern on October 15. From the high of 12,025, we saw Nifty plunging towards 11,661 on that day. However, the next two sessions were bullish with Nifty retracing more than 61.8 percent of the entire fall of 364 points registered on October 15. The bearish implication of the engulfing candle gets negated once we see a recovery of more than 61.8 percent of the entire fall. In the current scenario, Nifty has done the same and negated the probable downtrend. The index has managed to hold its level above 20, 50, 100 and 200-day moving averages, which indicates that the positional uptrend is intact and supports are not violated yet. The DMI indicator has also been moving bullish, as +DI has been maintaining its position above –DI, with rising ADX on the daily charts. The important development which gives the confidence that the market would move up is the technical setup of Bank Nifty, which has closed at the highest level since August 28, 2020. Bank Nifty has broken out from the flag pattern on the daily chart, which indicates the fresh buying momentum in the banking stocks. The next resistance for Bank Nifty is seen at 25,232 which is almost 1,000 points away from the current levels.
Tune in to the Coronavirus Essential with Sakshi Batra for all the top news on the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this episode of Setting Sail, Jha talks to host Priyanka Sahay about how the company evolved, and why they are choosing to strengthen their base in existing cities.
Indian market started the week on a strong note pushing benchmark indices above their crucial resistance levels. The S&P BSE Sensex is back above 40,000 while the Nifty50 reclaimed 11800 levels supported by strong global cues.    Let’s look at the final tally on D-Street – the S&P BSE Sensex rose 448 points to 40,431 while the Nifty50 closed with gains of 110 points at 11,873.
The previous week’s price action can be divided into two parts—the first half was more of consolidation with no major movement and the second brought volatility to the market. We managed to touch the psychologically important mark of 12,000 but failed to sustain there. In fact, due to a sudden selloff in global markets on October 15 over the fear of a second wave of coronavirus hitting major European countries, we witnessed a sharp decline in our markets. Fortunately, there was no follow-through to this as we saw a modest recovery and the week ended well above 11,700. In the last couple of weeks, we have seen a remarkable recovery in the Nifty after it tested the 200-day SMA level of 10,800. Since the move was extremely swift and markets had a winning streak of 10 straight sessions before October 15, any uncertainty was likely to trigger profit-booking and this is exactly what we saw. Now, looking at charts, this down-move should only be interpreted as a pullback towards the recent trendline breakout points. This coincides with the 20-day EMA level of 11,600. Hence, all eyes would be on this level during this week. However, since the fall has to do with global uncertainty, it would be important to see how things pan out and if things worsen, we may see the market correcting further. A close below 11,600 would apply brakes on the recent optimism and we may then see some extended correction in the market.
Keerthana Tiwari and Moneycontrol's Associate News Editor Gulam Jeelani take a look at what Bihar elections mean to India, and why they are significant.
Tune into Coronavirus Essentials for all the top news on the pandemic.
Keerthana Tiwari and Moneycontrol's Corporate Bureau Chief Prince Thomas give you the top corporate news of the week.
Indian market picked up momentum on Friday after falling over 2 percent in the previous trading session. The S&P BSE Sensex rallied by more than 250 points while the Nifty50 reclaimed 11700 levels.    Let’s look at the final tally on D-Street – the S&P BSE Sensex rose 254 points to 39,982 while the Nifty50 was up 82 points to 11,762.
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Shahbaz Khan

There's error in facts. He said "RLD led by Tejashwi, it's RJD. RLD is another party by Ajit Singh

Oct 17th
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Rajesh Kannan

👌

Sep 10th
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Apurwa Anand

thank u for the high quality audio.. very much appreciated

Aug 19th
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Mahak Ghai

Please go little bit slow.

Jul 13th
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Bhavani Shankar

Beautiful Narration

Jun 26th
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Vijay Adhitya

voice is too low 🤐

Jun 24th
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Manjunatha Bhatta

kill 50000 kids? you are giving misleading info. you sound as if Covid is going to kill directly..crazy

Jun 15th
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Manjunatha Bhatta

can somebody count "when we talk about"?

Jun 15th
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Tulasidhar Dronamraju

very nice by our rgm Sandip

May 15th
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Tulasidhar Dronamraju

audio doesn't seem to be good in this edition.

May 7th
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Manjunatha Bhatta

Russia has daily rise? Everywhere there is rise. You mean highest? Get better

Apr 28th
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ashu Learner🤘😊⏲️🎧

Hi guys good morning everyone

Apr 15th
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ashu Learner🤘😊⏲️🎧

I m new hare I don't have much knowledge about this app

Apr 13th
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flotsamjetsam

I am an old time listener of this podcast... don't listen to it much now. this is the time rakesh should have been there though. I really miss his work. it would have had so much more clarity if he was doing these podcasts every day. alas.

Mar 25th
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Mandeep Sahni

Very useful and informative episode on #moneycontrol #Podcast in current scenario. #PodcastRecommendations #Business #News

Mar 25th
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V

good podcast. you guys are great at the job

Dec 31st
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sum black

अबे nicely put and beautifully put रट के आया है क्या । नई नई English सीखी है क्या भड़वे ।

Dec 18th
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Yashodha Patil

hey, I'm just getting interested in football, didn't get a word what you guys were saying 😂😂. please help me to find out more about it .

Nov 11th
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manish jain

You can slow it down a bit. The show is pretty pacey for a news show. Bonus feedback - please get rid of rock intro music. It's end of the day. Take clues from 3 things by Indian express.

Oct 23rd
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flotsamjetsam

Just where is Rakesh??? These podcasts are not the same without him. Unsubscribing

Oct 17th
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