Sangeetha G.
Higher output will affect prices

Chana has witnessed prices dropping by 61 per cent from July 2016 levels and 31 per cent from July 2017 levels and imports rising 112 per cent since April, thanks to the delay the government made i

Ritwik Mukherjee
High production to keep prices under pressure

Sugar supplies from mills have been relentless recently, resulting in swollen ready stocks.

Rajiv Nagpal
A wager on PSU banks

In the last ten years, probably only two years, 2009 and 2013, qualify as being the best years for equity investors. Paradoxically, nothing was going right for the market in those years.

Ravi Ranjan Prasad
Rural, infra spaces may see momentum in next few quarters

Valuations are a function of sentiments, interest rates (and hence P/E ratios) and earnings trajectory.

Rajiv Nagpal
Wait for right signals to appear

Last week was the sixth one in a row where traders with put options made gains, as the Nifty slipped and broke the low it had formed earlier in February.

Rajiv Nagpal
Volatility to intensify

The Nifty lost 225 points last week, but the decline in individual stocks was far more than what the Nifty could reflect.

Michael Gonsalves
High-end hype

While the overall demand for luxury residential property in Asia’s third biggest economy has been dampened by the impact of demonetisation and the newly introduced Good and Services Tax (GST) regim

Sangeetha G.
Inefficiencies in logistics cost India $95 billion

Inefficiencies in the logistics chain, resulting from its unorganised nature, cost the Indian economy an estimated $95 billion, finds a study by Knight Frank.

Subhash Narayan
Centre thinking out of box to end agrarian crisis

Faced with an agrarian crisis ahead of the general elections in 2019, the Centre has decided to rope in states to thrash out a comprehensive strategy to put the farm sector back on accelerated grow

Falaknaaz Syed
Rates on small savings schemes likely to go up in April

If you are planning to invest in any of the post office savings schemes offered by the Department of Posts, it would be wise to wait for a few weeks as the government is likely to raise the interes