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Opportunity in Adversity- the new mantra

Jun 20, 2013

Here is today's recommended reading list from Equitymaster...

Is Abenomics a case of 'same-same'?
The frenetic activity of the government of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has prompted optimism that Japan can reverse its economic drift. But is Abenomics more hype than reality? Read on to find out.... (MarketWatch)

Why OPEC might lose its relevance?
For a long time, oil prices were greatly influenced by OPEC. But the recent boom in oil production in US has helped to keep a lid on oil prices worldwide. So does this mean that OPEC has lost its influence over oil prices? Read on to find out... (The New York Times Company)

India's auto story down but not out
India's auto demand is going through its slowest phase in a decade. Factors such as high interest rates, rising fuel costs and overall economic slowdown has hit the industry hard. Auto majors that had invested heavily may find the going tough. However, the long term demand potential still remains robust. Read on to know more... (Cable News Network)

Is there no hope left for gold prices?
While gold prices may have suffered a sharp fall and the recent signals from Bernanke suggest a tapering of the quantitative easing programme in the near future, market activity in the US especially by commercial traders engaged with gold mining companies and Directors of gold mining companies are making very interesting moves. What are those moves and are those moves smart and contrarian? Read on to find out more. (Seeking Alpha)

Opportunity in Adversity- the new mantra
Adapting to the realities of the domestic market, many international firms have made big in India. Whether its mobile, automobile, engineering, FMCG, or technology, several international companies have invested in Indian markets and made fortunes. These entities enjoyed first-mover advantage unlike the new entrants that cribbed about the chaos and corruption belittling the exuberant opportunities in Indian markets.
Regardless of dearth of challenges, these firms not only made big but also created entry barriers for the new-comers making it difficult for them to grab the market share. Indeed, India as an emerging market has a lot to offer to the investors- both the domestic and the international. Read on the article underneath for finer and interesting details.... (Bloomberg)

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