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The stock saw a one-way rally after a breakout from the high of Rs 548 recorded in October 2017. It is now trading closer to this support, suggesting a potential bounce-back that could take the stock towards Rs 700 in the next two months, suggest experts.The stock saw a one-way rally after a breakout from the high of Rs 548 recorded in October 2017. It is now trading closer to this support, suggesting a potential bounce-back that could take the stock towards Rs 700 in the next two months, suggest experts.

GNFC shares: Stock Radar: Down 30% from highs! This commodity chem stock may bounce back from 5-yr support - The Economic Times

The stock saw a one-way rally after a breakout from the high of Rs 548 recorded in October 2017. It is now trading closer to this support, suggesting a potential bounce-back that could take the stock towards Rs 700 in the next two months, suggest experts.

GNFC shares: Stock Radar: Down 30% from highs! This commodity chem stock may bounce back from 5-yr support - The Economic Times

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The unholy trifecta of exploding inflation, rising interest rates and the Russia-Ukraine war have triggered a massive selloff in global equity markets.MostThe unholy trifecta of exploding inflation, rising interest rates and the Russia-Ukraine war have triggered a massive selloff in global equity markets. Most of the top stock indices have seen a double-digit decline, and some of them have already entered the bear market zone. In this climate, should you continue your investments and SIPs? Here’s what the experts have to say.

Bear markets are almost here, but here’s why you should continue your investments and SIPs | Business Insider India