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Q3 earning results key to stock markets this week: Experts

Corporate earnings will continue to set the tone for stock markets this week, with Maruti Suzuki and Hindustan Unilever among the companies that will announce October-December quarter results, say experts.

Indian indices may see profit booking this week: Analysts

Indian stock indices which posted their first weekly fall this year may see some more profit booking in the coming days on renewed worries over rising global oil prices, say analysts.

Market expected to continue upward journey this week

Indian indices are expected to continue their winning streak this week on the back of renewed buying interest from foreign institutional investors and encouraging US jobs data, but the fag-end of the week may see some profit-booking by investors, say analysts.

'Mkts may see profit-booking this week after Jan rally'

Marketmen also noted that the market is getting into a phase where it is in an overbought position and any bad news could possibly lead to a reversal in the rally.

Mkts to be range-bound with upward bias

The stock market will witness volatile and range-bound trade with an upward bias in the last week of 2011.

Market to remain volatile ahead of IIP,monetary policy: Experts

The IIP data will be announced on December 12, followed by November monthly inflation on December 14 and RBI monetary policy review on December 16.

Markets to remain range-bound this week: Experts

The week will see stock-specific activity amid second quarter earnings announcements.

Stock mkt likely to remain range-bound this week: Experts

The stock market is likely to be range-bound this week, with investors adopting a cautious approach amid fears that rising interest rates have hurt corporates' Q2 earnings and a lack of clarity on debt woes in Europe and the slowdown in the US, say experts.

Stock market to stay volatile on global cues

Equities are expected to stay volatile because of turbulent global markets and the expiry of derivative contracts for September this week, say experts.