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Watch ‘Taking Stock’ with Sonia Shenoy on CNBC TV-18

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | November 08, 2012 17:07 IST

‘Taking Stock’, brings the industry experts under a common platform to help viewers in their investments.

CNBC-TV18 is back with its popular weekend market show, ‘Taking Stock’.  


The show will be hosted by Sonia Shenoy and is designed to evaluate the week gone by and consider trading strategies for the week ahead. 


‘Taking Stock’, brings the industry experts under a common platform to help viewers in their investments. The investment professionals will analyze the market news, trends and key stock movements of the preceding week with an objective to predict the market performance for the approaching week. 


Market gurus Sudarshan Sukhani, SP Tulsian and Ambareesh Baliga join Sonia in the weekend chat show to provide viewers with trading ideas and brokerage tips. Additionally, they will also discuss and forecast market trends, possible blockbuster stocks, trading ideas and brokerage views for the coming week.


“Taking Stock” is another unique initiative by the CNBC-TV18 that reinstates its position as the leader in the business news genre.


Watch ‘Taking Stock’ every Saturday at 10 am and Sunday at 10:30 am, only on CNBC TV-18







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Watch ‘Taking Stock’ with Sonia Shenoy on CNBC TV-18
Watch ‘Taking Stock’ with Sonia Shenoy on CNBC TV-18
‘Taking Stock’, brings the industry experts under a common platform to help viewers in their investments.
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