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Market outlook for 24/07/2014

Nifty closed up 27.90 points (0.36%) at 7795.75 while Future closed at 7791.55, discount of 4.20 points.
Bank Nifty closed up 35.65 points (0.23%) at 15463.00 while Future closed at 15494.60, premium of 31.60 points. 201 more words

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Market outlook for 23/07/2014

Nifty closed up 83.65 points (1.09%) at 7767.85 while Future closed at 7767.95, premium of 0.10 points.
Bank Nifty closed up 41.40 points (0.27%) at 15427.35 while Future closed at 15449.95, premium of 22.60 points. 201 more words

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The most promising opportunities of the IoT

The growth in the IoT market is a result of the world flocking to full-time connectivity. However, it is important to note that this growth is not solely coming from the consumer end market, but also trending in businesses fascinated by the new thriving technology. 152 more words

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Market outlook for 22/07/2014

Nifty closed up 20.30 points (0.26%) at 7684.20 while Future closed at 7686.20, premium of 2.00 points.
Bank Nifty closed down 3.40 points (0.02%) at 15385.95 while Future closed at 15410.65, premium of 24.70 points. 201 more words

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What's Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week - July 21, 2014

Last week’s economic news offered a variety of indications that the economic recovery continues, but some readings missed their expected levels. The Philadelphia and New York branches of the Federal Reserve Bank reported higher than anticipated manufacturing for their respective regions and new jobless claims were lower than expected.

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What's Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week - July 21, 2014

Last week’s economic news offered a variety of indications that the economic recovery continues, but some readings missed their expected levels. The Philadelphia and New York branches of the Federal Reserve Bank reported higher than anticipated manufacturing for their respective regions and new jobless claims were lower than expected. 507 more words

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What's Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week - July 21, 2014

Last week’s economic news offered a variety of indications that the economic recovery continues, but some readings missed their expected levels. The Philadelphia and New York branches of the Federal Reserve Bank reported higher than anticipated manufacturing for their respective regions and new jobless claims were lower than expected. 507 more words

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