Nirgunan Tiruchelvam - Religare Capital Markets
Last quote by Nirgunan Tiruchelvam
In their business, it is conceivable that there's a lot of fluctuation in their profits and in their cash flow positions and that's something investors need to account for. And in this case, it is conceivable that they would recover from the losses that they've just faced. The broad theme of food consumption in emerging markets is extremely compelling. As countries become more prosperous, there is greater demand for food especially in countries like China and India.feedback
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Nirgunan Tiruchelvam is associated, including Thailand, task, and commodity. Most recently, Nirgunan Tiruchelvam has been quoted saying: “I would go very long on rubber. Rubber is bouncing back very dramatically because of the supply disruption caused by severe rains in Thailand.” in the article Thai floods to buoy rubber prices: Expert. An other article where Nirgunan Tiruchelvam has been quoted is Emerging markets' currency slump to help soft commodities, with palm oil the top pick: Analyst.
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Quotes by Nirgunan Tiruchelvam
Jan 26 2017
I would go very long on rubber. Rubber is bouncing back very dramatically because of the supply disruption caused by severe rains in Thailand.feedback
Nov 15 2016
Soft commodities companies (get) a lot of exposure to the rising prices of soft commodities, many of which are denominated in emerging currencies that are going to depreciate with this unexpected event.feedback
Jun 03 2016
This is a boost to the balance sheet but at what cost to shareholders?feedback
May 30 2016
The first task is to stabilize the situation and convey stability and continuity. That would be the immediate task of somebody in this business which has volatility.feedback
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