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Rakesh Rai
August 20, 2009
The first in a series that looks at the flip side of promising trends — or the silver lining when the skies are grey.


Dipen Sheth
March 5, 2009
For our second model portfolio, Wealth Zoom, Dipen Sheth picks out stocks that show distinct potential and are now available at discounted prices.


Narayan Krishnamurthy, Sameer Bhardwaj and Rakesh Rai
February 17, 2009
A mix of micro and macro indicators has influenced stock market movements and it holds the key to knowing when the next bull run will begin. Here are 10 such factors to watch out for.


Narayan Krishnamurthy
October 15, 2008
From 10,500 to 10,500. It looks like the Sensex has come full circle in two years. But there could be more pain ahead as the past bear phases have lasted one to four years.


www.businesstoday.in
September 19, 2008
Many investors are convinced that after the Sensex plunged 41% in six months, the key indices can fall no further. It looks like they could be right. Can things really improve?


www.businesstoday.in
August 22, 2008
The only way to master the art of stock investing—low risk and high returns—is to take the time-tested route of long-term investing.


R Sree Ram
August 6, 2008
Do the first-quarter results point to the end of bear phase in the markets or the beginning of a long wait for profits from stocks? Here are some answers.


www.businesstoday.in
March 5, 2008
You might have an account with a wellknown bank that gives you great service—but which has only a handful of ATMs in your city.  The lack of ATMs can be a limitation, especially when you see State Bank of India or ICICI Bank ATMs on almost every street.


Mudar Patherya
March 5, 2008
Rohit Ferro is in the right place at the right time. Ferro chrome is riding an unprecedented stainless steel rebound. The company's forward and backward integration plans make it attractive.


Mudar Patherya
January 23, 2008
Indag is India's No. 2 tread rubber brand available for a market capitalisation of only around Rs 50 crore, riding the country's automobile sector growth and widening road network.


Narayan Krishnamurthy and Devangshu Datta
December 12, 2007
We revisit India's most wanted stocks and find out which are the favourite stocks of fund managers and the hottest sectors they are investing your money in.


Mudar Patherya
November 27, 2007
Buy into a sector that will remain relevant in market boom or bust; zero in on a stock that will grow aggressively over the medium term; buy it at a point where it represents attractive value.


www.businesstoday.in
October 4, 2007
The Indian tyre industry generates roughly Rs 18,800 crore in revenues with an aggregate installed capacity of 12-13 lakh tonnes.


By Dipen Sheth
August 20, 2007
As we gain experience in managing our portfolios we modify some rules and make a few changes to streamline them.


Anand Adhikari
October 28, 2009
Multinational and public sector banks have their strengths. A veteran of both systems finds a new challenge.


Suman Layak
March 19, 2009
The swiftness and the savagery of the global downturn have caught business by surprise—the bigger the corporation, the bigger is the surprise. But few analysts expected Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Group to be hit. After seven years of a heady upcycle, Reliance Industries finds itself hemmed in a downturn that’s perhaps the worst ever since it went public 31 years ago. Suman Layak reports.


Shalini S. Dagar
September 18, 2008
Real estate tastes the slowdown earlier than other sectors, but as leader DLF shows, there are ways of managing it.


Brian Carvalho
March 19, 2008
Hindustan Unilever is on a roll again. That HUL has been finally able to stoke up the growth embers, improve profitability, regain market shares, and grow fledgling markets in the past three years, are significant indicators of its business success. But that doesn't make new CEO Nitin Paranjpe's mandate—to pump up HUL's mojo in highly competitive markets—any easier. Business Today's Brian Carvalho reports.


Krishna Gopalan
February 16, 2008
The big boys of Indian telecom just can’t have enough of a booming market for wireless services. That’s why they plan to pump billions in putting up more infrastructure and expanding into new areas in the fiscal year ahead. Meantime, a clutch of pretenders has ambitions of gate-crashing the Great Telecom Party.


www.businesstoday.in
August 14, 2015
Newsmakers: Jet Airways earnings, Honda recalls bikes and more


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