“STUDY ON STOCK MARKET VOLITALITY AN
D ITS INFLUENCES ON INDIAN
Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the Degree of Bachelor of Commerce (HONS) of Christ University during the year 2012-13.
Under the guidance of
Department of Commerce
This is to certify that this project titled “STUDY ON STOCK MARKET VOLITALITY AND ITS INFLUENCES ON INDIAN STOCK MARKET” Submitted to Christ University in the partial fulfilment of B.Com (HONS) Course is based on an original and independent work carried out by D.Suresh under my guidance and supervision. This has not formed the basis for the award of any other Degree/ Diploma of any University/ Institution.
Faculty of Dept. of commerce,
I hereby declare that this project titled “STUDY ON STOCK MARKET VOLITALITY AND ITS INFLUENCES ON INDIAN STOCK MARKET” is prepared by me during the academic year 2012-13 under the guidance of S.Girish, Faculty of Department of Commerce, and Christ University.
I also declare that this project has been conducted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Bachelor of Commerce (HONS) offered by Christ University. This project is not based on any previously submitted project for the award of any degree or diploma offered by any University. It is a result of my own efforts and hard work.
It is a matter of great satisfaction and pleasure to present this research project report on STUDY ON STOCK MARKET VOLITALITY AND ITS INFLUENCES ON INDIAN STOCK MARKET. And I take this opportunity to owe my thanks to all those involved in my training.
This project report could not have been completed without the guidance of our project guide Mr. S Girish. Their timely help & encouragement helped me to complete this project successfully. I express my gratitude towards my project guide, management of commerce department and their staff members.
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| CHAPTER ONE – INTRODUCTION
| CHAPTER TWO – Research Design & Review of Literature
| * Title * Objective * Scope * Hypothesis * Methodology * Tools
| CHAPTER THREE – Stock Market Analysis/Causes
| CHAPTER FOUR – Findings & Suggestions
| CHAPTER FIVE – Conclusion
| CHAPTER SIX – Bibliography
An investor with a heavy concentration of stocks in an investment portfolio might be feeling some unease these days. The market is behaving a lot different now then over recent years. Stock market volatility is all about uncertainty. How macroeconomic events and trends will affect the future profitability (dividends, cash flows) of listed companies and hence their market valuations? Typical examples of such variables in the current environment are: geo-political tensions, energy prices, inflation expectations, interest rate policies, instability of exchange rates, p-notes, RBI and Government policies, subprime crises, investor’s sentiment etc. These uncertainties in some form or another are always present and sometimes it is much higher than in other periods. Furthermore, volatility increases with the financial leverage (debt) of companies. In addition, volatility is correlated with interest rate movements and increases during economic recessions.
Stock markets in general have treated investors well over the past few years with no major setbacks. In general markets followed one direction only, namely upwards (in the long run). However, during this year (FY 2007-2008) volatility once again has come to the fore as...
Bibliography: (in the long run). However, during this year (FY 2007-2008) volatility once again
has come to the fore as more investors and traders were piling into the markets
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