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Money Trends November 2022

Domestic equity markets rose during the month under review as key domestic
headline indices S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 crossed psychologically
important levels of 63,000 and 18,700, respectively. Thus, both the indices
during the month rose to fresh lifetime peaks as they snubbed the volatility in
global equity markets. The market rally was broad based as gains were
witnessed in the mid cap segment and small cap segment as well

Money Trends October 2022

Domestic equity markets commenced the month on a positive note following
weak economic data from U.S. Weak U.S. economic data was good news for
the markets as it led to hopes that the U.S. Federal Reserve might consider
slowing down the pace of rate hikes moving ahead. Data showed that the
pace of U.S. manufacturing activity grew at its slowest pace in 30 months in
Sep 2022 which eased concerns over aggressive monetary policy tightening
by the U.S. Federal Reserve

Money Trends Sept 2022

Domestic equity markets fell during the month under review as domestic
headline indices S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 fell in excess of 3% over the
month and turned negative for 2022. Mounting concerns over global recession
due to continued aggressive monetary policy tightening by central banks
across the globe weighed on the market sentiment

Money Trends August 2022

Domestic equity markets rose initially during the month under review as global
crude oil prices came down which eased concerns over rising inflation to
some extent

Money Trends July 2022

Domestic equity markets rose initially during the month under review as global crude oil prices came down which eased concerns over rising inflation to some extent

Money Trends June 2022

Indian equity markets ended the month in the negative territory with
benchmark indices touching more than 52-week closing low during the period.
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the U.S.

Money Trends May 2022

Indian equity market ended the month in the negative territory, weighed down by global and domestic inflationary pressure, coupled with rate hike stance adopted by central banks of major economies

Money Trends April 2022

Indian equity markets settled for the month in the negative territory. Ongoing tension between Ukraine and Russia, coupled with uncertainty of the pace of
future rate hikes by U.S. Federal Reserve loomed large which kept investors
on tenterhooks. Additionally, renewed worries over fresh instances of COVID19 infection in China reignited fears of global economic slowdown.
Nonetheless, optimism over the ongoing corporate earnings season and the
accommodative stance adopted by Reserve Bank of India, in its latest policy
meeting soothed investors’ nerve. Meanwhile, elevated domestic inflation
numbers raised speculation that Reserve Bank of India may not hold on to its
accommodative stance for long

Money Trends December 2022

Domestic equity markets fell initially during the month under review after the
Reserve Bank of India led Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) raised key
policy repo rate by 35 bps and downgraded the growth projections of the
Indian economy for the current fiscal to 6.8% from the earlier projection of 7%
in its monetary policy review.

Money Trends November 2022

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