Is it time to get off the equity gravy train?
The benchmark indices are at an all-time high despite mutual funds selling all the way
Rajesh Padmashali - January 15, 2021
Will Moody's downgrade result in more FII outflows?
FIIs have YTD sold Rs.612 billion, but the latest negative rating might hurt investor sentiment again
June 05, 2020
How far did Baba Ramdev stretch to bag Ruchi Soya?
Even as the acquisition reeks of crony capitalism, Ruchi Soya’s preferential issue to a mystery investor raises its own questions
V Keshavdev - June 05, 2020
Blame It On Corona
As markets across the world falter, India's expensive valuation and faltering growth find a convenient scapegoat
V Keshavdev - March 13, 2020
Netting the big fish
With increasing dissonance between economic growth and market indices, one slowing and the other rising, large-caps are being seen as a safe haven. But are valuations justified?
V Keshavdev - February 17, 2020
Seeing the J-curve
Making provisions for unforeseen hiccups comes naturally to V Vaidyanathan, CEO of IDFC First Bank, who believes things are set to get exceedingly better
December 04, 2019
“Acquisitions are not something you can train for”
Secret Diary of Ajit Isaac — Part 3
Rajesh Padmashali - October 21, 2019
"The oil drilling industry taught me how to think on my feet"
Secret Diary of Ajit Isaac — Part 2
Rajesh Padmashali - October 19, 2019
Circle of stocks
It’s a harsh economic climate, but outperformers have found a way to thrive — through prudence and reinvention
Kripa Mahalingam - July 11, 2019
Bank on this transition
With provisions peaking and rising hopes of an economic recovery, banks may be a good parking lot for patient investors
Prathamesh Mulye - June 11, 2019