Aprajita Sharma - Journalism, Sub Editor From Business Today

Aprajita Sharma

As a former French instructor, Aprajita Sharma would blog on macro economy more than prepare lesson plans. She found her calling in Business Journalism. Now, as a Senior Sub Editor with BT, covering financial markets gets her adrenaline rushing.


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Based on FY18 financial statements of the BSE-500 constituents, IiAS identified 75 companies that can return cash of up to Rs 1.1 lakh crore to shareholders

Value Hunt

Aprajita Sharma
New Delhi , Edition:  May 5, 2019
The fund-raising will help Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel cut debt and meet short-term capital requirements.

Rights issue decoded: Ignoring this isn't in your interest

Aprajita Sharma
New Delhi , April 12, 2019
Equity rights issues that have hit the Dalal Street so far this year includes telecom giant Vodafone Idea's Rs 25,000 crore issue, which is the largest-ever by any company in the country. It opened for subscription earlier this week and will close on April 24. Market rival Bharti Airtel's similar size issue is expected to come out soon.
'We have a mandate to invest a minimum 75 per cent of the customer deposits in the government securities and a maximum 25 per cent in banks, in the form of fixed deposits or cash reserves,'Satish Kumar
While everyone knows the importance of planning, many dodge taking such decision until the end of the fiscal, only to hurriedly invest money here and there to meet the March 31 deadline.

Advantage India

Aprajita Sharma
New Delhi , Edition:  April 21, 2019
The yield on 10-year US Treasury notes has slipped below those of three-month notes, forming an inverted curve that has historically preceded a recession in the US economy.

Balancing Act

Aprajita Sharma
New Delhi , Edition:  April 21, 2019
Allowing start-up founders to hold superior voting rights (SR shares) will help them raise funds without losing control over the company.

Boss Versus Kids

Aprajita Sharma
New Delhi , Edition:  April 21, 2019
It is time to address multigenerational conflicts at workplaces.
The company mainly focuses on enabling five agri sectors--livestock, fresh fruits and vegetables, agri inputs, food processing, and commodities.

Loyalty Can't Be Bought

M Muneer
New Delhi , Edition:  April 21, 2019

Forget deals galore; it is time to treat customers as business partners and make good of their insights if companies want to thrive in the long run.

Speaking at the launch of his book, former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan said that we need to start creating jobs that people want. On loan waivers, Rajan pointed out that it is not an answer to rural distress and in fact kills the credit culture, eventually creating trouble for the farmers.

Risk on Returns

Aprajita Sharma
Edition:  April 7, 2019
SEBI has reduced the scope of amortisation-based valuation for debt securities to 30 days from the earlier 60 days.

On Hold

Aprajita Sharma
Edition:  April 7, 2019

The government's much vaunted New Industrial Policy appears to have been put on hold.

The Embassy REIT raised Rs 1,743 crore from anchor investors on Friday. The issue is open for subscription until March 20.

The Power Of Simplicity

Aprajita Sharma
New Delhi , Edition:  April 7, 2019

The Bengaluru-based company offers innovative solutions to simplify products and claim settlement.

Prabhu encouraged women to make the best use of Government e-Marketplace, a national public procurement portal to facilitate online procurement of common use goods made by by self-help groups, women entrepreneurs, and artisans.

Hard on Data

Aprajita Sharma
New Delhi , Edition:  March 24, 2019
Not only does it call for the housing of data centres and server farms locally, but it also seeks government access to source code and algorithms of artificial intelligence systems.

A Sigh of Relief

Aprajita Sharma
New Delhi , Edition:  March 24, 2019
Post-modification, banks can assign risk weights to their rated NBFC exposures, depending on ratings assigned by credit rating agencies.
There will be two types of investment packs: Mini investment packs starting at Rs 2,000 while the large packs starting at Rs 5,000 for SIPs.
Though the growth in the women manager presence is pleasing, it is still considerably below global standards, said Morningstar.
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