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Mint Mark to Market Sep 18
The government, as the largest shareholder of PSU banks saw a big chunk of the value of its stake erode after merger announcement. Read here by
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 18
The paucity of rains and general rise in temperatures, and festive demand are said to have driven up spot electricity prices on the Indian Energy Exchange, writes
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 18
Makers of tiles, plywood, paints and adhesives, and oil marketing firms you would be hit hard by rising crude prices and fast weakening rupee, says
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 18
While earnings recovery should support the ABFRL stock, investors would do well to keep track of new businesses and progress on loss reduction, writes
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 17
Strong bank, got capital? Please bailout the weak. Weak bank, need capital? Here is your new guardian. The circus of PSU bank merger explained by
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 17
Stock buybacks are in vogue in India for many reasons. Read here why firms both public and private are queuing up to buyback shares. By and
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 17
Imported inflation has surged recently due to rising oil prices and the rupee’s nosedive to historic lows. Read here by
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 17
Investors should watch for Titan’s sales performance in the festive season and whether it brings some positive surprises, writes
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 17
Last week measures to prop up rupee were viewed as desperate, not prudent. Read here by
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 16
The government and RBI are keeping their powder dry and the measures announced over the weekend are merely a first salvo. Read here by Manas Chakravarty
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 16
The pace at which applications are being filed is alarming, considering that it has only been 15 months since Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been implemented, writes
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 16
A weaker rupee makes it cheaper for foreign tourists to holiday in India—making the country a more attractive destination for travellers from developed economies, writes
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 16
Bringing IL&FS out of the cash crunch should be only the first step. Fundamental issues need to be addressed. Read here by and
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 14
Investors have taken a shine to shares of consumer electrical goods companies. Their shares have soared so high that a few of them are even trading only a little below multiples of leading consumer staple stocks
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 13
Do IT hiring numbers and deal statements point to a recovery? It’s best that investors look harder for signs of a recovery, writes
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 13
Indian large-cap stocks have been a resilient lot, but that could change. Plenty of risks loom for the Indian markets. Oil prices are high. The rupee is flirting with historic lows compared to the dollar these days..
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 13
Auto component firms piggybackon Class 8 truck demand in US. The depreciating Indian currency too could boost revenue in rupee terms.
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 12
What will be the impact of Supreme Court’s interim order staying the RBI’s 12 Feb circular on power producers and firms belonging to other sectors? explain in detail here:
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 12
Government, RBI should follow the 2013 playbook to stabilize the rupee. Perhaps, the market also needs to see a decisive statement from RBI for sentiment to change.
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Mint Mark to Market Sep 12
Opinion | The FPI fiasco holds important lessons for Sebi. Unless Sebi embraces best practices, it will be seen as a regulator that is not thorough with its processes..
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