Why did the author of the content believe that the market's reaction to the TCS management's statement was exaggerated? Option: The author had insider information suggesting that the company's performance would exceed expectations, The December quarter is typically a slow period for Indian IT companies due to holidays and financial year-end in the US, The author believed that the stock price had already factored in the potential for slower revenue growth, The management's statement was overly pessimistic and did not accurately reflect the company's financial health

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Why did the author of the content believe that the market's reaction to the TCS management's statement was exaggerated?

The author had insider information suggesting that the company's performance would exceed expectations

The December quarter is typically a slow period for Indian IT companies due to holidays and financial year-end in the US

The author believed that the stock price had already factored in the potential for slower revenue growth

The management's statement was overly pessimistic and did not accurately reflect the company's financial health

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What was the primary reason for the decline in Infosys's stock price despite positive Q2 results?

A reduction in the company's revenue guidance.

Lower than expected earnings per share.

Negative analyst sentiment.

General market downturn.

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What was a significant characteristic of the Indian stock market during the 2019 election period?

A complete absence of volatility due to political certainty

A prolonged period of stability and steady growth

A consistent decline in major stock indices leading up to the election

Periods of volatility influenced by election-related news and expectations

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What significant global event impacted the Indian stock market during the 2004-2009 period?

"Dotcom bubble burst"

"European debt crisis"

"Global financial crisis"

"COVID-19 pandemic"

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How did the global financial crisis of 2008 impact the Indian stock market?

It led to a sustained bull market until 2009

It resulted in a 17% gain in the Sensex in a single day

It brought an end to the bull market, followed by a recovery in 2009

It had no significant impact on the Indian market

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Which of these events had a significant negative impact on the Sensex?

"Introduction of liberal economic policies in 1991"

"The Harshad Mehta scam in 1992"

"The repo rate cuts by RBI in 2015"

"The boom in the IT sector in the early 2000s"