A common claim from economic and stock market observers is that a rising trade deficit is injurious to the economy — hence, bearish for stocks. On the other hand, a falling trade deficit is commonly believed to be bullish for stocks.
Back in December, we wrote an article titled “Interest Rates Win Again as Fed Follows Market.”. In the piece, we noted that while most experts believe that central banks set interest rates, it’s actually the other way around—the market leads, and the Fed follows.
If you recently heard about the term Yield Curve Inversion in TV channels, News or Social Media probably the analyst/journalist are referring to US Treasury Bond Yields. US Treasury Bond Yields are issued by the US government.
Of late, the recent forecast of low rainfall during the monsoon is a concern for many. The onus of this goes to El Nino acronym of El Nino Southern Oscillation that a country experiences in a cycle of three to seven years. It occurs when there is an interaction between the warm water of Pacific Ocean and atmosphere.
It is in the news that Department of Posts has started procuring digital handheld terminals to transform various services especially electronic money order service, which will be made available in more than 70 percent of post offices that is around 1.55lakh post offices in India, by the end of this year.
Norway, Sweden and few other countries are smaller than India but have already implicated the cashless system in full effect. Now here’s lie the logic that a big country, specifically a subcontinent, like India can’t go cashless completely.
Recently Stumbed at Premise datasets after listening to Joe Reisinger, Co-founder and CTO of Premise talk at Quantcon 2015. Premise is a collection of large-scale geospatial, economic and human development data – data which form critical inputs for businesses, investors, policy-makers, regulators and strategists looking to get a timely and accurate read for what’s happening right now on the ground.
Which is Good for Stock Markets? This is the very first question asked to all the workshop participants. And the following questions are shown on the slide and asked the participants to identify the factors which are good to the market.
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On Thursday, Railways Minister, Suresh Prabhu, Introduced his first budget in the Parliament. No rise in the passenger rail fares caught the limelight. With others there were so many new points added that it brought out both, good and bad responses from people as well as opposition. Mr. Prabhu made it very clear with the budget that this year it would be all about rectifying faults and replacements and repairs but no new trains this year. He completely focused on the modernizing old networks and improving facilities for millions of consumer.
Government spending policies that influence macroeconomic conditions. Through fiscal policy, regulators attempt to improve unemployment rates, control inflation, stabilize business cycles and influence interest rates in an effort to control the economy. Fiscal policy is largely based on the ideas of British economist John Maynard Keynes (1883–1946), who believed governments could change economic performance by adjusting tax rates and government spending.
on 6th Dec Nifty Futures hit a intraday low of 8000 since then nifty had gained nearly 844.4 points in just 14 trading sessions. Literally Q3 Season, surprising RBI rate cut from RBI Governer and European QE had boosted the sentiment. Put writers are heavily building around 8500PE, 8600PE, 8700PE and right from the start of the series 8000PE maintains the highest open interest.