Trade Operations Archives | Imarticus
November 16, 2017
Importance of India’s Foreign Trade Policy Foreign trade, as the name suggests is trade between different countries, this can also be referred to as International Trade, or Inter Region trade. It is basically a guideline around import and export trades. The reason to have a foreign trade policy is to maintain a mutual agreement of wants and needs while trading. For […] Read More »
December 20, 2016
Understanding Trumponomics In politics as with the stock market, it would be wise to heed the advice: It ain’t over until it’s over, and expect the unexpected.   Markets globally initially tumbled following the shock victory of maverick Donald Trump in the U.S. election results last month, but rallied strongly by the following morning, finishing at a […] Read More »
November 17, 2016
The History Of Stock Exchange The New York Stock Exchange today is almost synonymous with stocks and shares. This is where everyone (in the corporate sense), who is anyone; lists their stocks and trades them. You must have heard people talk about ‘stocks’ in both specific and general sense, while they do mean stocks but, they are also referring to […] Read More »
October 25, 2015
Understanding The Relationship Between Bond Prices and Yields Today we try and understand the relationship between Bond Prices and Yield. Bonds or Fixed Income products per say have been a great area of interest for investors and specially traders globally. Investment banks have always relied heavily on FICC (Fixed Income Currency Commodities) business to make profits. FICC has always been the major contributor […] Read More »
August 17, 2015
Foreign Exchange Market on 28th August Dive into the largest market in world to understand its features, reasons for trading FX, OTC markets, types of currencies, types of trades agreed in the world, concepts such as NDF’s, Swaps etc. A very useful session to also understand how FX rates changing in the market has an impact on our daily lives. Read More »
August 4, 2015
Raghuram Rajan Keeps Policy Rates on Hold at 7.25% Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) kept its policy rate on hold at 7.25 per cent on Tuesday, as widely expected, while leaving the door open to ease further depending on the inflation outlook and how swiftly banks lower their lending rates. Read More Read More »
April 22, 2015
Why is The Sensex Falling? Imarticus Financial Analyst Program is one of the leading corporate finance and banking courses in Mumbai. April has been a lackluster month for the Sensex as Tuesday saw it’s fifth day of unabated decline- 210 points. That makes it 1400 points in five days. The Nifty ‘s face was of course similar breaching the 8,400 […] Read More »
March 11, 2015
Sonic CEO: McDonald’s Raising The Bar For The Industry As the world of fast food and food service grapples with redefining itself to accommodate changing tastes and buying habits, Sonic Corp. seems to be doing just fine as it recently announced its first ever double-digit quarterly sales gains as a public company. System-wide same store sales increased approximately 11.5 % for second quarter following […] Read More »
January 8, 2015
Micromax Informatics soon to dial Dalal Street for Rs 3,100-crore IPO Micromax Informatics, one of India’s top mobile phone makers, has begun shortlisting investment bankers to manage an initial public offer to raise as much as $500 million (Rs 3,170 crore) in the domestic market by diluting a minority stake in the next financial year starting April, bankers said. Read More Read More »
January 3, 2015
Emerging market bond issuance hits record high in 2014 Emerging market borrowers issued a record volume of bonds denominated in hard currency during 2014, seizing the opportunity of ultra-low interest rates though few expect the trend to carry on into 2015. Read More Read More »