This drug maker, 40% owned by MF & FPIs, just had a weak Q2. Time to sell?

The scrip has been a favourite of mutual funds and FPIs, who owned over 40 per cent stake in the drug maker, with promoters holding another 46.29 per cent stake, leaving non-institutional holding at 9.8 per cent. But the stock has hardly performed, falling 6 per cent year-to-date and delivering no return in the last one year.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=518 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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US fuel prices: What is happening with gasoline?

Oil prices have fallen for several days as the oil market expected news of a potential release. However, because it takes time for a strategic release to work its way into the refining process, drivers are not likely to see pump prices fall when they hit the road for the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=512 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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Presence of Pak teams in Bangladesh has civil society up in arms

The presence of Pakistan cricket and hockey teams on Bangladeshi soil has pitted the country’s civil society with a Minister as well as senior officials with key intellectuals demanding removal of these figures for diluting 50 years of creation of the country that was achieved through the defeat of Pakistan Army.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=509 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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China warns Taiwan firms against ‘backing independence’

China has warned Taiwanese firms against supporting the island’s independence, hours after state media said a Taiwanese conglomerate was fined by mainland regulators as tensions flare between Taipei and Beijing. It has intensified military, diplomatic and economic pressure on Taiwan since President Tsai Ing-wen’s 2016 election, as she sees the island as “already independent” and not part of its “one China”. Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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Fed’s slow tapering plan: Is it potent enough to derail the bull market in India?

The job scene is buoyant. It is expected that most of the people seeking jobs would get one and hence the savings they may have accumulated during the taper period could continue/with sustained consumer confidence be used for consumption. Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=484 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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Should you blame Taper Tantrum 2.0 for making Nifty fragile?

The domestic equity market started off this week with a positive bias, eventually to give up all the gains. The benchmark indices have been languishing more or less since the Federal Reserve announced that bond tapering will begin as soon as the end of this month. The million dollar question is whether the market’s indecisiveness is in anticipation of a Taper Tantrum 2.0?Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=481 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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Magnanimous on part of PM to withdraw 3 farm laws; agri sector needs reform: Edible oil industry

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the government has decided to repeal the three farm laws, which were at the centre of protests by farmers for the past year, and appealed to the protesting farmers to return home.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=472 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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