Catch #UdayanMukherjee in an exclusive conversation with ‘The FMCG Powerhouse’, Mohit Burman, Chairman, Dabur India. “We just acquired a listed business which is Eveready Industries, which is one of the oldest companies in India, we historically had a second listed company called Dabur pharma, and as of now, we have two. On being asked whether Taco Bell will get listed on Dalal Street? “We are scaling up that business, we are the master franchisees of Taco Bell, it's a brand owned by yum restaurants, who own KFC and Pizza Hut as well. So, we are putting a lot of capital and we are opening one a week and I think I'll be should in the next uh 18 months reach critical mass and then we will be able to evaluate whether we are open for a listing or not,” Burman said here.
Catch #UdayanMukherjee in an exclusive conversation with ‘The FMCG Powerhouse’, Mohit Burman, Chairman, Dabur India. On soaring inflation, Burman said input costs had gone up and it would be difficult to pass it on to the consumers due to which margins could take a hit. Burman highlighted that Dabur India had witnessed volume growth in business. On being asked about the rural slowdown, Burman said, in the last six quarters, the urban market had been growing at a faster pace. “We are facing a little bit of a problem there, but we are coming out with smaller pack sizes, more value-added packs, different product ranges, which cater to the rural market. I don't foresee the problem will last too long. I think there will be a recovery in the next few quarters,” Mohit Burman said.
Business Today TV’s Market Guru Emkay Global’s Krishna Kumar Karwa on his top bets in the current market, says earnings will continue to deliver over the next 6 to 12 months and also remains bullish on manufacturing space over the medium term…
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How inflation is impacting the FMCG industry. Dabur is growing despite difficult times, and the rural market will recover next year, says Mohit Burman, Dabur India. Catch #UdayanMukherjee In An Exclusive Conversation With ‘The FMCG Powerhouse’, Mohit Burman, Chairman, Dabur India. Listen in here to know more ..
Udayan Mukherjee spoke to Rajiv Thakkar, CIO and Director, PPFAS Asset Management for the Market Guru segment. The market expert talks about the sectors he is bullish on and where one needs to be cautious. Listen in to know Thakkar's market strategy and whether it is the right time to invest in the Banking sector.
Udayan Mukherjee, Global Business Editor, Business Today TV in an exclusive conversation with Punit Renjen, Global CEO Deloitte. Punit Renjen said, Rohtak Foundation Scholarship was a stroke of luck and certainly changed the trajectory of my life. It is really important to never forget where you are from. Renjen further added that "when you look back at your life there are certain inflection points and Rotary Foundation was certainly an inflection point". Punit Renjen, still considers himself more of a “Rohtak boy” who made it big in the land of opportunity.
What are the market triggers this week? Hear out Udayan Mukherjee’s, Global Business Editor, Business Today TV view on current trends in the Indian stock markets. In any case, I think volatility is too low to support major rallies. Chances are that markets may outback more. There are no major global triggers, new digital stocks, on Nykka stocks. I won't be surprised to see if Nykka goes back and see its lows, zomato, policy bazar, and digital space. And, is waiting for special cues.
Journey of the man who took Deloitte to the top. What is the mantra behind Deloitte’s success? From Rohtak to the top of the corporate ladder. Fending off the likes of KPMG, E&Y, and PwC. A small-town boy who made it huge. Catch Punit Renjen, Global CEO, Deloitte in an exclusive conversation with Udayan Mukherjee, Global Business Editor, Business Today TV. Renjen said, nowadays businesses are cognizant of climate change and they are also focussing on mental health. Talking about the pandemic era, Renjen said, the pandemic had silver linings as well. He also talks about India’s multi-faceted growth story.
There are so many demands on money, but we need money for poverty alleviation, building infrastructure, and repairing the Ukraine spending money for climate change. The big difference between individuals and governments is that governments don't have that constraint because they can print money. So, I think, ”we have this trade-off whenever in history you have a lot of debt and a lot of financial assets, it becomes very difficult for those to be balanced. Now we're having this adjustment away from that. So, central banks try to balance growth and inflation. So, it will be a difficult balance which creates an environment of stagflation. Catch Udayan Mukherjee With Ray Dalio, Founder, CIO Mentor & Member, Bridgewater Board.
The world’s most influential hedge fund manager Ray Dalio finds great potential in India. Ray Dalio says he uses various indicators and believes India should have the highest growth rate going ahead. In an interview with Business Today TV's Udayan Mukherjee, Ray Dalio Founder, CIO Mentor & Member, of Bridgewater Board, said India was opening up to the global capital markets and if that continued, it would be good for the capital market in India, in terms of capital flows. Listen in here-
Pirojsha Godrej said “If you look at the mortgage rates, they are around 8 percent. Where we are today is actually one of the lowest, we've seen in the country's history. Pirojsha further added that we, of course, went even lower as a response to the pandemic and had exceptionally attractive interest rates and affordability for that first year and a half." if you look at interest rates, they are significantly below previous times, where we have seen the market. In both, 2004-2005 and 2011-2012, which were big boom years for the sector, we had interest rates of about 11 percent. So, we still have a significant reduction over those levels. All of that means that affordability today remains quite strong,” said Pirojsha.
Property- An attractive asset class? Where are property prices rising most? Which Godrej Companies are to be listed? Catch #UdayanMukherjee in an exclusive conversation with Pirojsha Godrej, Executive Chairman, Godrej Properties.
Udayan Mukherjee cuts to the chase and asks Chandra Shekhar Ghosh, MD & CEO, Bandhan Bank to clear the air on the speculations suggesting the vulnerability of the population that receives loans from the bank.
Talking about this, Chandra Shekhar Ghosh reiterates his "confidence," in his customers, which largely consists of MSMEs and said that they are loyal and may just ask for "more time" in a dire scenario like the pandemic.
Chandra Shekhar Ghosh, MD & CEO, Bandhan Bank also talks about the sweet shop owned by his father and how it helped him learn about businesses and financing in his early years.
The past Samvat has been the first in 7 years to post a fall in the flagship Nifty and Sensex. For investors, it’s been one challenge after another as the manoeuvred their way around the year. But, is the volatility here to stay? Will Samvat 2079 bring some hope for investors? Where can investors park their money to hedge over volatility? Udayan Mukherjee, Global Business Editor, India Today spoke with the doyen of Dalal Street, Madhusudan Kela, Founder of MK Ventures.
Catch the man behind VIP, Skybags, Caprese and other brands Dilip G Piramal, Chairman, VIP Industries in conversation with Udayan Mukherjee, Global Business Editor, Business Today TV.
The Chairman of the world's second-largest luggage company, Dilip Piramal gets candid about the challenges faced by the luggage maker during the COVID-19 lockdown and how the business got back on track by the post-COVID rise in revenge travel, weddings and tourism.
Piramal also talks about VIP's multinational dreams and how dependency on China should be reduced.
Join Udayan Mukherjee, India Today Group's Global Business Editor as he analyses the special Muhurat Trading session this Diwali. Which stocks hit the mark and which did not? Which are the best sectors to invest in during Samvat 2079? When will the IT sector give you good returns? Watch this segment for answers to some of the most often-asked queries.
Jaydev Mody, Chairman, Delta Corp talks about how having a casino in Daman will be profitable for their business. A writ to set up the casino in Daman was filed in the court 4 years back and is set for the final hearing, the matter is on board, added Mody.
“If we get an order in our favour, we can start within 30 days and it will be a huge benefit for Delta because we think that Daman can do at least 20 per cent of what our current top line is and contribute a lot to our bottom line,” he said.
Watch Udayan Mukherjee Global Business Editor, India Today in an exclusive conversation with Jaydev Mody.
Jaydev Mody, Chairman, Delta Corp talks about the two aspects of online gaming i.e., regulation of online sites which are doing business and the GST issue. The government is taking apt decisions to regulate online gaming sites such as proper KYC documents in order to exterminate the illegal streaming of online gaming sites. Mody said, “I think we are already paying 28 per cent GST for casinos. But the online gaming space pays 18 per cent and horse racing pays 28 per cent. It's the method that is important and if the government rationalises, all these three industries can really grow,”
Watch Udayan Mukherjee Global Business Editor, India Today in an exclusive conversation with Jaydev Mody, Chairman, Delta Corp.
Jaydev Mody, Chairman, Delta Corp talks about his journey from owning the iconic Crossroads Mall and his association with projects like Peninsula Park and Ashok Towers, to suddenly moving to casinos and becoming the gambling king.
In an exclusive conversation with Udayan Mukherjee, Global Business Editor, India Today, Jaydev Mody said that "crossroads was the first mall to revolutionise the organised retail in India."
However, Mody added that getting into the Casino business was a good opportunity. Further, he said that the company now owns eight casinos. Mody also addressed the stigma attached to gambling with Udayan Mukherjee. Talking about the future plans of the company, Mody said, “we are seriously making a lot of effort to grow our online business in the multi-gaming platform and in the real money gaming space.”