- Growing unease with the volatile economic environment dents the morale of businesses and sends BT's Business Confidence Index sliding from the previous quarter's levels. But while there are areas of concern, top economists point to strong signals of positivity
Leading market experts have already lowered their expectations from the stock market this year, and while they believe that the bulk of the correction is behind us, they are not yet ready to paint a rosy outlook The coming months could see selling pressure intensify for stocks of companies that listed in the second half of last year as the one-year lock-in for their pre-IPO shareholders comes to an end. Big bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has kept his portfolio largely unchanged during the April-June quarter amid the bloodbath in the market
The world's economic graph over the next few decades may resemble jagged shards of broken glass, with many tips pointing downwards
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Four years and five stores later, IKEA, which in a sense was testing the Indian waters so far, has decided to amp up its India play. The reasons are not far to seek. With a huge millennial population that is keen to live well, India is a lucrative market for IKEA.