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Can the Sensex really hit 100,000 by 2024?
In a recent interview to Economic Times, Mark Galasiewski of Elliot Wave International has reiterated that he expects the S&P BSE Sensex to hit the 100,000 mark by 2024. From the current 30,750 levels of the Sensex, this mindboggling target is almost 69,250 points, or 225% away.

Market hits a ton, celebrating 100 days of non-stop bull run
The domestic equity market opened in a sombre mood, pushing the stocks lower in spite of good earnings numbers. State Bank of India posted excellent standalone numbers, Suzlon showed a turnaround, posting profits for the fourth quarter in a row, still the stocks were beaten down by 10 per cent to 15 cent.

I’ll still say Sensex will reach 100,000 by 2024
Talking to ET Now, : Mark Galasiewski, Elliott Wave International, says it is a great time to invest In India and this is a buy and hold market and one need not worry for the next two years

China gets a double dose of caution from Moody's, MSCI
For all the verbiage from Chinese officials on the need to rein in leverage and open markets to global investors, the nation’s leadership got a double dose of caution on Wednesday. Moody’s Investors Service unveiled a surprise downgrade of China’s sovereign credit rating, citing concerns about its continued buildup of debt. Earlier, the head of one of the world’s top stock-index compilers suggested China had more work to do to get its onshore stocks into emerging-market gauges. With a June 20 deadline looming, “there’s still a lot of issues to resolve,” MSCI Chief Executive Officer Henry Fernandez said.

What to do when a few big stocks don't tell the whole market story?
Investors are becoming increasingly worried that a few stocks seem to be driving the returns in the S&P 500 this year. Apple is up more than 33 percent in 2017. Facebook and Amazon shares are both up around 28 percent. It’s estimated that these three companies account for almost one-third of the gain in the S&P 500.

FPIs flag Kashmir, religious disputes as key India risks
A number of large foreign funds, managing trillions of dollars of investor assets globally, have flagged 'persisting religious conflicts' and 'Kashmir dispute' as potential risks to their investments in India, saying such "tensions" could destabilise the Indian economy.

Market due for serious correction
The market opened for the week with positive sentiment but the same got punctured when the noise about impeaching the US President became louder. Irrespective of such rhetoric, the Indian market had moved ahead of fundamentals although corporate earnings were no big surprises.

Indian markets enter $2-trillion elite club; experts see more fireworks ahead
Buoyed by relentless buying by local and offshore investors, India's stock market capitalisation (M-cap) has crossed $2 trillion, making it the ninth-largest equity market globally and second, after China, in the universe of emerging markets, according to Bloomberg data. The spurt in stock prices has pushed up India's M-capto-GDP ratio, a tool used by equity strategists to assess the relative valuation of a market, well above the 10-year average.

Red hot emerging market stocks showing signs of overheating
The scorching gains that have put emerging-market equities on track for their best year since 2009 are showing signs of flagging. After the MSCI Emerging Market Index’s surge of about 17 percent this year, momentum indicators suggest the rally is losing steam. The benchmark is approaching a resistance level formed by the trend line connecting the peaks in 2011, 2014 and 2015. While breaking above it would be a bullish omen, other technical signals also point to some overheating.

Bank reforms make India best equity story in EMs: Chris Wood
India is the most preferred equity story in the emerging market universe on a ten-year view – a belief that has been strengthened by evidence that the Modi government is showing a renewed focus to address the asset quality problem in the banking sector, says Christopher Wood, managing director and equity strategist at CLSA in his weekly note, GREED & fear.

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