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Reputation: -5,688 • Aug 7, 2019 10:26 AM

Did You Know: The higher the Percent of Deliverable Quantity to Traded Quantity the better - it indicates that most buyers are expecting the price of the share to go up.
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Cautious road ahead - Weekly Market Newsletter | Monergise
2 MIN READ By Monergise Market Overview The global market’s mood remained nervous amid rising cases in the US (65-66k) which raised investor concerns of a possible re imposition of lockdown in certain states. In India as well, after a strong start to the week on Monday, the Indian markets remained choppy mirroring global peers. The positive speech […]
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PNB declares its Rs 3,688 crore loan to DHFL as 'fraud'
State Bank of India (SBI) and Union Bank of India have already declared DHFL a fraud account, while private lender IndusInd Bank has reportedly also taken a similar action
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