Demonetisation which struck a rising market like lightning has crimped the outlook for the equity market. Analysts though still grappling with unfolding events have scaled
Nilesh Shah is chief executive officer and managing director at Kotak Mahindra Asset Manage-ment Company.
Shah has extensive experience in capital markets and market-related investments having managed money across
The government move to demonetise high-value currency notes would accelerate growth and reduce inflation (and thereby interest rate) and fiscal deficit in the long-term. In the short-run (4-5 months),
India is fast losing the African rice market as countries like Nigeria are boosting production while others like Angola look for alternative sourcing destinations like Thailand. The loss is
The confidence of cotton farmers in India, world’s largest producer of fluffy staple fiber, suffered a major jolt following demonetisation of high-value currency notes as growers mostly sell their harvest
Demonetisation pulled out 85 per cent of the currency from circulation and it is being replenished at a gradual pace. This has affected cash transactions and is hurting the
Equity markets over the last few weeks have witnessed heightened volatility with broad indices correcting by 6-7 per cent. This is in the backdrop of unexpected events both
It was another week of ups and downs on the street. But the Nifty came out largely unscathed from them by limiting the weekly loss to 27
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