Thursday, April 15, 2010

Macro Perspectives and More

* The role of social cognition in trading;

* What you trade is less important than how you manage the trade;

* Record optimism among retail options traders;

* More sovereign credit concerns;

* A look at income distribution and implications in the U.S. and China;

* Markets calling the bluff of the EU;

* Growth in China, but inflation slowing;

* Is China overheating?

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stock news said...

Key benchmark indices are likely to open on a subdued note following weak cues from the Asian peers. Wall Street stock ended higher yesterday after an encouraging earnings forecast from UPS and stronger manufacturing figures gave the stock market its sixth straight advance. Asian stock markets traded lower despite gains on Wall Street which saw the Dow close higher for a sixth straight session. India's annual rate of inflation, based on the wholesale prices, increased slightly to 9.9 percent in March from 9.89 percent, government data released yesterday. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is likely to further tighten the monetary policy to tame inflationary pressure in the economy.

According to data released by the NSE, in the last session, FIIs were net sellers of index futures to the tune of Rs 861.87 crore, while they bought index options worth Rs 475.36 crore. They were net sellers of stock futures to the tune of Rs 32.07 crore and bought stock options worth Rs 27.76 crore.

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