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Those who expect Sensex and Nifty to sustain upward momentum and offer nearly 27%-28% returns in 2018 as well should be up for a shock as higher interest rates may slow down the bull run in the year to come, market expert Dee
Sensex and Nifty may have offered 27%-28% returns this year till date, but the rally won’t sustain any longer, says Gemstone Equity Research & Advisory Services’ Consultant Technical Analyst Milan Vaishnav, CMT, MSTA to F
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For those cheering Sensex’s and Nifty’s 27%-28% returns so far in the current year 2017, there is more good news: the headline indices may return a further 20% gain in the next year 2018 too, riding on the back of growing