Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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  • Narayan Krishnamurthy
Scaling up retail housing

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Scaling up retail housing

Vinay Sah, MD & CEO of LIC Housing Finance tells about the developments augmenting growth in the housing sector

Betting on the India story

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Betting on the India story

The launch of Bharat 22 ETF will benefit several investors, especially those who are looking for stable returns

Driving the new car

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Driving the new car

Don’t let the festive season celebrations cloud your vision on important aspect of insuring your new car adequately

Bomb Fizzles

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Bomb Fizzles

Time for regulators to take a cue from the recent SC ban on crackers and do away with some financial instruments

It doesn’t add up

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It doesn’t add up

As purchase decisions during festive seasons are based on emotions, it is crucial to get the mental maths right

Buying on sentiments

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Buying on sentiments

The festive season represents a time to make reckless purchases without realising if we need these things at all

Stock Picking Will be Tough

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Stock Picking Will be Tough

We are in a unique scenario wherein interest rates are down, inflation is down and the equity markets are stable

Privacy in the time of KYC is a joke

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Privacy in the time of KYC is a joke

Do not assume that the present judgement grants you absolute financial privacy

Money Warning!

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Money Warning!

Too tempted to spend on the sale & celebrations around? Be prudent with where you spend this #Happynavratri season

Bullet holes

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Bullet holes

Lessons the Bullet Train project can learn from other great ideas that turned out to be not so great eventually

Growth on back of loans

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Growth on back of loans

Rising consumer economy is a cause of concern, given the otherwise subdued economy growth

Money lost its colour

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Money lost its colour

As 99 percent of demonetised notes were deposited into banks, demonetisation for thrust to push digital money

Lessons from the Infosys Drama

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Lessons from the Infosys Drama

It finally boils down to cutting losses with an investment gone bad than hoping for things to recover on its own