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By Clifford Alvares
November 13, 2007
After the initial fireworks that propelled the market to beyond the 20,000 mark in end-October, things have suddenly taken a volatile turn.


By Anand Adhikari
November 13, 2007
The worst fears of people holding ESOPs (employee stock option schemes) have come true. As it is, they have been reeling under the anxieties of an overstretched Dalal Street that could see a sharp correction.


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November 13, 2007
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Rishi Joshi
October 30, 2007
The market's valuation has soared to an all-time high. Now is the time to look for undervalued gems in the unfolding growth themes.


www.businesstoday.in
October 19, 2007
It couldn't have been a better day to have a panel discussion on the prospects for the Indian stock markets. The benchmark Sensex on the Bombay Stock Exchange has just shattered all records by recording its highest ever single-day gain of 789 points to hurtle past 18,000. Are we moving too fast?


www.businesstoday.in
October 17, 2007
When anyone signs up for a class on finance, the first thing they are taught is this: the price of any asset is equal to the cash flow it generates periodically, discounted to factor in the prevailing rate of interest.


www.businesstoday.in
October 17, 2007
Indian bankers seem to be taking a cue from US Federal Reserve Governor Ben Bernanke who slashed the short-term US rate for the first time in four years by 50 basis points to 4.75 per cent in September.


By Anand Adhikari
October 17, 2007
The biggest and the most credible domestic rating agency in India, CRISIL—owned by Standard & Poor’s—has sounded alarm bells for India Inc. CRISIL’s new-found concerns are two-fold.


By Rishi Joshi
October 4, 2007
An appreciating rupee, rising wage costs, and potential withdrawal of tax breaks (not to mention a slowdown in the US) are coming together to create the worst ever conditions for Indian IT. What is the industry to do?


By Mahesh Nayak
October 4, 2007
With a market value of Rs 29,000 crore and a net worth of Rs 8,000 crore, the eight-year-old Indiabulls group has sky-high ambitions. Property development and consumer finance are the current thrust areas. Retailing, insurance, banking, mutual funds, power and telecom are on the cards.


By Krishna Gopalan
October 3, 2007
The Reliance stocks are fuelling the Sensex’s heady ride.


By T.V. Mahalingam
October 3, 2007
Tier-I software firms find a way to stay competitive.


By Sanjoy Narayan
September 25, 2007
It isn’t a big surprise that 10 of the 25 women on the fourth Business Today Most Powerful Women in Indian Business have earned their spurs in banking or finance. Our three previous listings have also reflected similar proportions.


By Krishna Gopalan
September 24, 2007
Business Today’s list of India’s Most Powerful Women in Business has honchos from the hurly-burly world of financial services all over it. Outside the list too, women are calling the shots, be it wealth management or equity research or hard-nosed broking.


By Krishna Gopalan
September 21, 2007
Just when it was beginning to look like India’s largest private sector company isn’t in a mood to participate in the frenzy to buy out international assets, it decided to grab a piece of the global action. Two pieces actually.


www.businesstoday.in
October 7, 2007
It isn't a big surprise that 10 of the 25 women on the fourth Business Today Most Powerful Women in Indian Business have earned their spurs in banking or finance.


By Mahesh Nayak
September 11, 2007
Professionals are managing PF and pension money.


By Anusha Subramanian
September 10, 2007
Financial services and consulting are the favourite career choices of B-school grads. Marketing takes a back seat.


By Mahesh Nayak
August 29, 2007
Lending in the US housing market to people with poor credit profiles took the wind out of Wall Street—and has resulted in money being sucked out of markets worldwide.


By Mahesh Nayak
August 29, 2007
By helping some of India's mega-corporations make global-size acquisitions and raise billions through public issues, deal makers are making hay. In the first half of 2007, the top 10 investment banks collected some $441 million in fees. The going can only get better.


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