Profile of Rajiv Ranjan Singh
Financial inclusion and financial literacy, while beneficial for India’s prosperity and income equality, have created challenges for the gold market.
As the second wave of COVID-19 ravaged the country, stealing people of their loved ones and hope, several superheroes emerged from ordinary citizens as well as big corporations to help the country grapple with the unprecedented crisis. We bring you the story of how Tata Steel showed others that business and benevolence can well go hand-in-hand.
While it does not really make any difference for the company itself, it does matter to the promoters and early-stage investors who want to encash the stock market frenzy.
Sanjay Jalona, MD and CEO, L&T Infotech, one of India's fastest growing IT companies, talk about the new opportunities in IT services and competing with larger peers.
RBI has bought 71 tonnes of gold in just 10 months this calendar year. Falling global prices of gold, economic uncertainty, decline in major currencies such as US dollar prompt the buying spree.
CarTrade Tech, Easy Trip Planners and nine more IPOs of new age companies in 2021 had 100 percent Offer for Sale (OFS) translating to transfer of risk from rich individuals to retail public.
Falguni Nayar’s hard work pays off for Nykaa’s early investors as they offload shares worth Rs 4,720 crore through IPO.
Gold ETF folios have increased eight-fold in the last three years, and half of all Sovereign Gold Bonds have been issued only in the last 18 months: a clear reflection of rising popularity of digital gold
Look at prices of precious metals in relation with real rates of return, other commodities and new players like cryptocurrencies.
For now, the downward manipulation fuels speculative bubbles in asset markets; it encourages firms to engage in investments that will most likely turn out to be flops.
Shaktikanta Das came at a time when India was reeling from the double whammy of demonetization and the GST regime.
In the second part of a three-part series to understand what’s supporting the high valuations in the Indian equity market, we analyse how the composition of the Nifty affects the overall performance.
Nifty crosses 18,000 in 28 trading days translating into 5.88% gains
In the third part of the series to understand what’s supporting the high valuations in the Indian equity market, we analyse how companies with intangible assets such as brand value and customer support are rising. According to Ocean Tomo’s Intangible Asset Market Value Study, the ratio of tangible to intangible assets has changed substantially over the years.
According to Ocean Tomo’s Intangible Asset Market Value Study, the ratio of tangible to intangible assets has changed substantially over the years
Beginning today in a 3-part series we look at the current euphoria around the Indian stock markets when experts are confused with the meteoric rise of the markets despite no comparative growth in the economy. We try and solve this conundrum. Today we analyse the comparison between the interest rates, which are at a two-decade low, and the forward price-earnings multiple (forward P-E) of Nifty.
India could outperform the rest of Asia, but until it is strong enough, it will continue to be influenced by market moves outside its control.
The consensus street expectation is 22% CAGR for Nifty earnings between FY20 and FY24.
Evergrande is the largest property company in China and owns more than 1,300 projects in 280 cities holding approximately 2% of the Chinese real estate market.