"There hasn’t been a trade agreement between US and China in 70 years. So, it's a major progress."
"I have best relationships with both governors though I may not have agreed on many issues."
We have to focus on infra, rural areas and gender & geography to sustain growth
Indian economy is ready to take off and I remain bullish, says the Partner in Rare Enterprises
I would say the autonomy of the RBI has not been sacrificed at all, says Mistry
The series of structural reforms by government to make Indian economy very efficient, says Kant.
Morgan Stanley says macros are driving stocks at present, rather than idiosyncratic factors.
The company’s largest customer is the government.
The Basant Maheshwari Wealth Adviser’s PMS rallied 10.41 per cent in November.
The ruling party suffered a major setback in the latest round of state elections on Tuesday.
G Chokalingam says midcap and smallcap stocks are showing huge potential.
Nifty futures on Singapore Exchange had slumped as much as 4% before Monday midnight.
Keen to tap this space, companies may come up with robust capital expenditure plans.
Damodaran believes like humans, companies don’t like to age.
As many as five mutual funds were holding over 1 per cent stake in one of these stocks.
“I am expecting cooperation from bankers in hybrid annuity projects.”
Bandhan Bank has not faced any liquidity crunch, says the Managing Director
Three-six months down the line, fundamentals will catch up and that will drive the market, says Patil.
Slightly longer term, then India becomes one of the best emerging market destinations, says Bhasin
"Though polls went against the ruling party, market reacted positively to end of uncertainty."
“Side-pocketing likely to be allowed in cases of extreme downgrades in a short period of time.”
I think GST and bankruptcy law are a recent phenomenon, says Henry Kravis.
You need to educate the common man about the products available & associated risks, says Limaye
“We have to find ways to adopt the best of those policies without overturning the whole system.”
India will have to overcome globalisation backlash with better policies at home, says the former CEA.