Market Pulse on BSE NSE, Stock Market News Updates
Market pulse on BSE NSE essentially captures key news flows that could have long
term ramifications. These are not the typical corporate level news or very market
specific news. The Market Pulse essentially covers areas like macroeconomics, legislative
changes, reform announcements, industry level announcements that could have larger
implications, broad multi-sector outlook etc. As a result the news flows on the
Market Pulse will not be as many as corporate news or other earnings updates. But
the Market pulse has a much longer shelf life. For example, the market pulse of
the last fortnight or month will be still relevant and actionable for you. As the
name suggests, it focuses on very critical aspects of the business with larger import.
Market Pulse at LKP Securities…
Market pulse is all about getting the bigger picture right. You need to know the
big news to get the big picture and that is a very special aspect of stock market
news updates. While there are no hard and fast rules for what could constitute Market
Pulse, the following indicative list could give you a broad idea of what it covers
and why it is important…
- Broader macro level data has wider ramifications. For example an
upgrade or downgrade to the GDP growth, risk of inflation, and likely trajectory
of interest rates are all news items that could have larger ramifications. These
are not specific to one company or to a set of companies but directly and indirectly
impact multiple areas.
- Major legislative changes. For example changes in the GST rates
or inclusion of items like petroleum and natural gas in GST etc could have much
larger ramifications. These are broader shifts which will continue to impact markets
for longer period of time.
- News items that have larger implications for trade and infrastructure
are another example of items that can be included in the Market Pulse. For example,
a major investment thrust to infrastructure, inclusion of certain sectors under
the infrastructure category or any thrust to ports and inland waterways can have
implications for multiple industry groups.
- Key changes to a very critical sector with larger implications for
the economy. For example sectors like roads, telecom or power not only impact the
sector in question but also bring about greater efficiencies to a host of other
sectors. The ramifications of such news are much broader and at a macro level..
- Major shifts in investment patterns are another example of larger
ramifications. For example if the government brings about a shift in its FDI policy
for certain sectors or if the government decides to open up sectors like defence
or insurance then the implications for the upstream and downstream sectors and the
economy overall could be much wider.
The focus of the Market Pulse is to give a colour of the larger meaning of key policy
and regulatory changes. Such items have a longer shelf life compared to short term
cues and news items.