Monday, May 18, 2009

The main stock market leapt by nearly 15 percent on Monday, triggering a temporary trading halt, after the ruling coalition sealed a decisive election victory that calmed fears of political uncertainty.
The Indian rupee gained by moving more than two percent to four-month highs against the dollar while the benchmark bond yields fell as the win boosted hopes a strong coalition would be able to push through economic reforms that would boost the much needed foreign investment in the country.
The investors and market analysts are upbeat and believe that the Congress-led UPA government will push the reforms needed to boost the economy in times of recession and will provide a stable government.

The investors are hopeful that the Congress led UPA will now fast track the process of economic reforms without any pressure, which in turn will boost the economy.

The picture is completely different in today's scenario. The new government will be without the Lefts' support. So the reform bills in the insurance, foreign direct investment and banking sector which had been blocked by the Left will now be tabled and passed in the parliament, which is very good for the overall economy and from the market point of view.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

He is a typical frustrated marathi manus worried about his political death.
Its true that lot of non marathi people are pouring in to Mumbai since 30-40 yrs.
What were the marathi manus doing at that time?
Why didn't they stopped them in the beginning only? Non marathi people have played a major role in developing Mumbai.
Why the Marathi manus want to kick the non marathi guys now?
If they want Marathi to be the only language used in Maharstr OK then the whole Hindi film industry should be shifted from Maharstr/ Mumbai.
The students coming from outside Maharstr (No Marathi language) for studies should also be banned?Crores of Rs. are coming every year to Mahrstr.
Contractors working in Maharstr/Mumbai should not demand labors from UP/Bihar for their work.
All Marathi manus should be asked to resign & go back to Marastr for their bread & butter.
If only Marathi manus is left in Mumbai then the city will collapse & people will start starving.
Moment people start retaliating the marathi manus staying outside Maharstr then the situation will be horrible