Stagflation Shadow On The World
Rising inflation, high unemployment and depreciating currencies have given birth to a vicious cycle that could very well dismantle the fragile post-Covid recovery. Can India escape this fate?
Kamalika Ghosh - May 31, 2022
Big Companies Are Becoming Bigger, Leading To Market Highs
First Global co-founder Shankar Sharma talks about the current state of India’s equity markets and what is driving them
Rajiv Ranjan Singh - September 30, 2021
Have interest rates bottomed out in India?
The US 10-year bond yield has been climbing and the Indian 10-year is following suit
March 13, 2021
Focusing on Inflation May Miss the Bigger Risk
Being overly focused on inflation concerns may miss issues around financial stability that have a greater likelihood of affecting markets
March 11, 2021
Farm laws won’t ‘till’ the balance in farmers’ favour
The three controversial laws may do little to improve the lives of a large majority in the sector. A more nuanced approach is what is urgently needed
Shruti Venkatesh - February 06, 2021
Black gold is the new milch cow
Petrol and diesel prices are nearing Rs.100/litre in metro cities and nearly 60% of it comprises taxes
February 06, 2021
The need of the hour — both fiscal and financial stability
Only a fine balancing act will help India survive COVID-19
Viral Acharya - August 26, 2020
“The ease of doing business is not about making it easier for big corporates”
Arun Maira talks about 'human resource' and explains the democratic way of doing business, on the sidelines of GPTW Summit 2020
Shruti Venkatesh - February 26, 2020
Will the FY21 Budget boost investor sentiment?
With rising inflation and stretched fiscal, the government has little room for expansionary policies
January 14, 2020
Cherry-Picking Fallen Angels — Part 1
Mid-cap stocks have corrected much more than the broad market. Where should you bottom-fish?
Prathamesh Mulye - July 10, 2018