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Indian market started trading for the truncated week on a negative note and thereafter, it traded cautiously with high volatility ahead of the GST rollout. Nifty ended the week on a negative note for the third consecutive week to shut shop in red by 0.56% on a weekly closing basis.

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The markets have touched an all-time high. The path for this was set in the past three months due to a sequence of events. First was the abeyance of the CBDT circular that soothed the nerves of the FIIs, followed by a prudent Budget presented by the government.

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Economic ties with Afghanistan, Iran our priority: PM RBI to penalise banks for misselling insurance products 'India p rovides huge investment opportunities' Oil discoveries sink to lowest since 1952' Spectrum cost very high in India: SSTL CEO RBI looks to check customer liability in banking frauds RBI governor should be insulated from politics: Kotak

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Nifty close 7713 points: The Nifty had opened the week higher and hit a high of 7777 points before correcting as was envisaged last week. The Nifty did close the gap between 7604-7617 points but held above the crucial support of 7562 points as it made a low of 7582 points and recovered. Even though the trend is firmly up the Nifty is failing to make much headway above the 7700 points mark.

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“Markets look very good. Pessimism will play out soon. No bear case for india or global equities at this stage. “

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Remember, the fall in global markets has been due to fears of an imminent crisis. These are ONLY FEARS and not backed by reality. China has not collapsed. It is a slowing economy and will remain a slowing economy for years. US is a recovering economy and will keep on growing at 2-2.5% for years now. Eurozone is recovering from almost zero growth and will grow at 1-2% for years to come. This is the reality which is known and as such is factored in. I have written about China in detail in my piece last week so will not repeat it.

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Last week was a divas tatting week for the entire global equity market.

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Rajiv had huge debts. Recently he had bagged a huge business order and was expecting to receive a large amount of money, literally a windfall. He was happy because he knew he would now at last have the money to pay off his creditors and get ride of them from his life.

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