The stock market is an interesting arena where decisions can affect one’s pockets significantly. The profit or loss from a stock does not rely solely on the luck of the buyer. It also depends on several factors that need to be kept in mind before purchasing or selling stocks to get the anticipated profit. Read the article to find out the analysis involved while investing in the stock market.
The pandemic has halted financial growth across the globe. Economies—from the most prosperous ones to the ones growing the fastest—have found it challenging to satisfy the needs of their citizens. People across India have been reeling under the recent statistics released by the government that claimed a 23.9 per cent contraction of the GDP. This article busts the various myths surrounding this contraction and its relevance to India’s economic health.
China’s FDI has grown five-fold since 2014 and, as of December 2019, its cumulative investment in India exceeded $8 billion. On 17 April 2020, India modified its FDI policy such that all countries sharing a border will have to gain government approval before investing in a home business. Understandably, this caused quite an uproar on the world’s economic stage.
ESoM held a workshop in collaboration with Samnidhy on February 7, 2020 with the intention of educating the audience on Industry and Market Analysis. The event touched upon all the basics and while the topics were quite dry, the end of the workshop saw participants wanting more.
Most people are unsure of how to invest in stocks, and to the untrained, stocks can almost seem like gambling. On 23rd September, ESOM shared some insights on how the stock market works and how to benefit from it at their event, Stock Meets.
Learning how to do one’s taxes for the first time and understanding the working of financial institutions can be quite a task. ESoM’s talk on Banks and Taxes aimed to simplify these concepts for students and informed them about real-world economics.
The Business Quiz organised by ESoM brought together students who like to invest their time in understanding banking, finance and economics. The quiz proved to be an eye-opener as participants raced against the clock to crack the mysteries behind the bear and bull markets.
ESoM’s first event of the semester introduced the audience to the world of financial markets. The speakers talked about the importance of investing and clarified a few basic economic concepts.
In the first article of the Economics & Finance Society of Manipal’s Column, Dividend, Subhapratik Nayak writes about the housing crisis in Hong Kong, its ‘economic haven’ distinction, and the socio-economic web of deception that lies behind it.
All of us would love to make money—the Behavioural Economics talk by ESoM served as a beacon of hope for the same. Their event did well to unravel the mysteries of how our psyche weighs in on our financial decisions. The talk centered around the way our emotions play a major role in the making of our financial decisions and how this link could help us improve our economy.