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India Inc will have to live with a new normal as the rupee cedes ground to the dollar

The currency has gained 4% YTD, rallying close to a 17-month high versus the dollar

Many stocks are trading at a low price but one should be wary of buying them

After a year around the 60 mark, the rupee has fallen 7% over fears of growing CAD and FII sell-off

Vikas Ecotech’s promoter disposes of shares worth Rs.159 million as the stock takes a beating after a dismal September quarter

India's renewable power story faces a nasty twist as rupee heads south

Even as Persistent Systems hits a 52-week low following a weak September quarter and exposure to IL&FS, promoter Anand Deshpande hikes his stake 

Higher disposable rural income and easy availability of consumer financing schemes could bring in more sales this season

Oil marketing companies have hit a 52-week low on the back of hardening crude and rupee depreciation

With airline stocks reeling under rising crude and falling rupee, it could just be a long-term opportunity

Q1FY19 has logged GDP growth of 8.2%, kindling hopes of an economic revival

The rupee’s resilience has again been blown away by its oldest nemesis: rising crude and foreign outflows. The outlook for the next year is not pleasant either

Media stocks look set for a revival on the back of advertisement revenue from political campaigns

The pessimism that has engulfed the currency could end up taking stocks down a slippery path

Here is a list of stocks that have fallen in the small and mid-cap carnage despite reporting robust numbers

Mid-cap stocks have corrected much more than the broad market. Where should you bottom-fish?

The appreciating rupee could hit Indian apparel exporters hard

The central bank’s dry powder to defend the rupee may be inadequate

India is optimally placed to handle a Fed-induced spillover than it was any time since FY11

Using a sample of 43 countries, the authors of this study sorted the equity markets according to their expected return differentials with the US markets

The current rise in the market has come in the face of a deprecating rupee and could be unsustainable

The central bank may be getting the blame for the plummeting rupee, but it is the faulty policies of UPA-II that have pushed the country into a vicious cycle of slow growth and low capital flows. Can we make it through this tempest?

Abysmal policy inaction by UPA-IIhas pushed the Reserve Bank, not to mention the country, into a very precarious position