Welcome to the Mad Hatters Party a.k.a investors going overboard on 'quality' companies
The market has been behaving erratically but amid the insanity here are some sane observations
N Mahalakshmi - September 30, 2020
Tulsi Tanti built his empire on 'soojh-boojh', loans and one other secret ingredient
Through thick, thin and terrible, the Suzlon Energy promoter has displayed the ability to charm banks and retain control
Krishna Gopalan - July 17, 2020
Its IPO was overhyped but is it time to relook at SBI Cards?
Listing amidst a pandemic hurt its market cap, but analysts feel the SBI subsidiary could bounce back in FY22
Anishaa Kumar - July 02, 2020
Is there more upside in store for pharma stocks?
Over the past year, the Nifty Pharma Index has gained 23% while the Nifty has declined by 11%
June 30, 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
The leader is dead. Long live the leader
Vodafone Idea’s financial stress makes it extremely vulnerable, but the timing of its death will be dictated by the crusader Reliance Jio
N Mahalakshmi - March 13, 2020
Yes, no, maybe
As Yes Bank hits a dead end after a year-long turmoil, the government turns once again to SBI for help
March 11, 2020
Asit Bhandarkar, fund manager, JM Financial Asset Management, knows the value of cautious and contrary plays. He has aced both
Shruti Venkatesh - February 19, 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
Cash for Clinker
As Star Cement’s stock price heads south, promoters sell shares worth Rs.290 million
Prathamesh Mulye - December 06, 2019