FC Interviews


The empathy gap (also known as the hot-cold empathy gap) is a cognitive bias in which a person underestimates the influences of visceral drives, and instead attributes behaviour primarily to

Masters of many

It is now 100 years since Rabindranath Tagore got the Nobel Prize in literature. He was a multifaceted visionary

Revival in exports a big positive, rates should soften now

Investment capital flows to where there are returns says Dinesh Thakkar chairman & managing director of Angel Broking. In an interview with Bijoy Sankar Saikia he

Markets likely to remain volatile for at least a year

From a long-term perspective of investing in equities, the parameter that is lacking today in India is a pickup in growth, says Nimesh Shah, MD & CEO of ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund. In an interview with Bijoy Sankar Saikia, he however, says a pickup in growth may or may not happen this year. Excerpts:

RBI is most likely to postpone rate cut to a later date

The Indian stock market has hit multiple walls of worries, says Neelesh Surana, head of equity at Mirae Asset Global Invest­ments. In an interview with Rajesh Abraham, he says

RBI steps to push back recovery in investment cycle

Lalit Nambiar, senior vice-president and head of research at UTI Mutual Fund, says in spite of the huge macro-economic headwinds that India is confronting, there are latent strengths in it.

QE3 withdrawal good for market in the long term

Piyush Garg, CIO of ICICI Securities, feels that equities will turn into a lucrative investment option from a medium- to long-term perspective once the market factors in the withdrawal of US Federal Reserve’s QE3 withdrawal plans. In an interview with Bijoy Sankar Saikia, he says India’s marco-economic fundamentals are set to improve going forward. Excerpts: