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For the month of Dec '19, FIIs were net buyers of equity worth Rs 6.9 Billion. It was their third straight month of net buying. DIIs were net sellers of equity during Dec '19. Their total net selling was worth Rs 7.4 Billion, as per provisional figures.The slowdown in the economy has helped narrow India's Current Account Deficit (CAD) to US $6.3 Billion during Q2 (Sep '19) against $19.0 Billion during Q2 (Sep '18) and $14.2 Billion during Q1 (Jun '19). The trade deficit contracted due to slowdown in imports and lower oil prices.During Apr-Nov '19, India's fiscal deficit touched Rs 8.1 Trillion, which was 114.8% of the budget estimate of Rs 7.03 Trillion for FY 2019-20. Due to a shortfall in revenue collection, government has asked all departments to restrict expenses to 25% of the budget estimate during Jan-Mar '20.The daily bar chart pattern of Nifty had touched a new high of 12294 on Dec 20, but has been consolidating sideways within a 175 points range since then. The index is tradin..
                 

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Reading across disciplines is one of the best ways to improve our investment acumen. Here is a summary of some of the best articles I read this week.Retailers are fighting back online returnsSome in the industry that created the monster are trying to put it back in its cage. They’re taking baby steps—not providing pre-paid mailing labels, requiring a receipt unless an unwanted item is carried to a store—but also threatening to cut off serial returners, the most troublesome of the offenders. Among the others: people who wait months (or more) before returning and the so-called wardrobers, who wear articles of clothing and then ship them back. Reverse logistics — the transport from buyers to sellers — is not only costly on its own but creates a need for lots of room for storage. Return stock is thrown into an empty space in a warehouse to pile up until someone can get to it. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-12-16/how-to-return-online-purchases-for-free-retailers-hate-itAnd fin..
                 

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FIIs were net sellers of equity on Mon., Tue. and Wed. (Dec 30, 31 and Jan 1) but net buyers on Thu. and Fri. (Jan 2 and 3). Their total net buying was worth Rs 5.0 Billion. DIIs were net sellers of equity on Fri., but were net buyers during the other four days. Their total net buying was worth Rs 0.3 Billion - as per provisional figures.Most of the automobile manufacturers - like Hyundai, Honda, Nissan, Toyota, Tata Motors - posted negative growth in sales in Dec '19. However, Maruti and M&M showed marginal positive growth - thanks to heavy discounts and a lower base effect. Two wheeler makers like Hero Moto, Bajaj Auto, TVS Motors and Royal Enfield also posted negative sales growth.Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into India during Apr-Sep '19 grew 15% to US $26 Billion against $22.7 Billion during Apr-Sep '18. Sectors which attracted maximum inflows included services, computer hardware and software, telecommunications and automobiles. BSE Sensex index chart pattern..
                 

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