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Forbes India

09 November, 2018

Baiting the Bull

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Podcast: The markets meltdown
A depreciating rupee, rising oil prices and fears of a liquidity crisis around NBFCs have reined in the bulls on India's stockmarkets. Are the bears on the prowl?td


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