This decade will mirror the ’90s: Kenneth Andrade
The veteran of the investment industry argues that this decade will witness an export-led growth. And while IT and pharma would rule the economy, other smaller industries, too, will jostle to rise up.
The “low-for-longer” story of global oil
The post Covid-19 world for oil producers, traders, and consumers will be very different from the earlier decades.
Central banks’ return to gold standard
Global uncertainties propelled central banks to buy 145.5 tonnes of gold during January-March; the RBI alone accumulated 12.13 tonnes.
Indian economy: A fuzzy future
India’s economy might be cruising along, but the road ahead might not be smooth.
Sugar’s bitter aftertaste
How the commodity can swing elections, fund political parties, and transform policy in the world’s largest democracy.
FMCG outlook: Oil and rupee hold the key
Along with rising input costs, companies will fight higher base effect in the next quarter.
India Inc revenues up 22% in June quarter
ICRA says lower inventories was one of the factors that helped revenue growth.
The colour of money
Gold and gilts are passé. The Indian investor is turning to a new asset class—coloured gemstones.
Jignesh Shah: What’s after the fall?
Once described as the biggest innovator in the Indian financial market, what’s going to be his fate and that of his exchanges?
The fall of Jignesh Shah
Jignesh Shah has been cast as India’s Bernie Madoff, and the NSEL payment crisis has been labelled as the biggest scam to hit the financial sector after Harshad Mehta and Ketan Parekh. What’s the real story?