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Shalini S. Dagar
October 16, 2008
The global crisis will eclipse the Indian economy, but only partially. And recession is nowhere in sight. That's because the country's economy was already in a slowdown and India is also one of the least globalised economies among the emerging markets. However, will the financial crisis prolong the slowdown and make it more painful? Answers Shalini S. Dagar.The global financial crisisSo, where is the money?Panic grips Dalal StreetIs something wrong with ICICI Bank?When bad loans are sown in good timesWhen exotic turns toxicWall street woes, India’s opportunityThe Rs 60,000-crore time bomb


Puja Mehra
October 16, 2008
The green signal for a $700-billion bailout of US banks wasn’t enough to turn the tide in global financial markets. Even six of the world’s central banks coming together to release hundreds of billions into the system couldn’t stem the panic. It has to get worse before it gets better. Puja Mehra reports.


Puja Mehra
October 16, 2008
Liquidity had been tight since the beginning of this fiscal. In India the liquidity crunch is less about undercapitalised banks or bad assets. The deficit is more of trust. Puja Mehra reports. The global financial crisisPanic grips Dalal StreetIs something wrong with ICICI Bank?When bad loans are sown in good timesThe Rs 60,000-crore time bombWhen exotic turns toxicEconomy in eclipseWall street woes, India’s opportunity


Virendra Verma
October 16, 2008
With global markets losing between a fifth and, in some cases, close to half of their value, fear, pessimism and panic grip the Street.


Anand Adhikari
October 16, 2008
ICICI Bank’s share price erodes by nearly half over 30 days. Is something wrong with India’s second-largest bank, or is it a victim of financial crisis? Anand Adhikari finds out. The global financial crisisSo, where is the money?Panic grips Dalal StreetWhen bad loans are sown in good timesThe Rs 60,000-crore time bombWhen exotic turns toxicEconomy in eclipseWall street woes, India’s opportunity


Anand Adhikari
October 16, 2008
India has its own share of exotic products, although their scale and complexity pales in comparison to those that brought down Wall Street. Will they blow up in the face of the mutual funds that have lapped them up in the hope of higher returns? Answers Anand Adhikari.The global financial crisisSo, where is the money?Panic grips Dalal StreetIs something wrong with ICICI Bank?When bad loans are sown in good timesWhen exotic turns toxicEconomy in eclipseWall street woes, India’s opportunity


www.businesstoday.in
October 16, 2008
The job market has taken the biggest downturn in the past eight quarters.


www.businesstoday.in
October 2, 2008
The fortnight’s burning question Should RBI signal an easier interest rate regime in the next credit policy?


Clifford Alvares
October 2, 2008
Mutual funds are holding a larger part of their corpus in cash, waiting for the volatility to subside, and the strategy has worked.


Manu Kaushik
October 2, 2008
The downturn in the stock market is a good time to review your portfolio. Here's how to do it.


Anand Adhikari
August 20, 2008
Several leading NBFCs, all boasting impeccable pedigrees—CitiFinancial, SBI Cards, BoB Cards, Cholamandalam DBS Finance and GE Money—have extended unsecured loans to high-risk, non-salaried borrowers. They are now facing massive delinquencies. Can the problem spiral out of control like the subprime crisis in the US? A report by Anand Adhikari.


Anand Adhikari
July 24, 2008
The world's largest bank is gasping for breath. Will it now cut back operations globally to put its house back in order, or will it expand in India and China to offset its losses elsewhere?


Rishi Joshi
June 11, 2008
Despite the recent price hikes in India, oil is a ticking time bomb that will be defused only by a sharp drop in demand and, in the long run, alternative sources of energy. Meanwhile, brace up for the coming pain. Business Today's Rishi Joshi reports.


Rohit Viswanath
June 11, 2008
The token increase in fuel prices isn’t enough to stem the flood of red on the balance sheets of state-owned oil marketers.


Manu Kaushik
June 9, 2008
The market is going through a rough phase as it navigates cross-currents. What should investors do?


www.businesstoday.in
May 15, 2008
Risk isn’t a four-letter word for Merrill Lynch.


Tejeesh N.S. Behl
May 1, 2008
Developers are fighting hard to hold their prices, while buyers are betting on a fall. Here's the thing: real estate prices will correct, but you can rule out a crash.


Clifford Alvares
April 16, 2008
The Indian stock market is sneezing because the US has caught a cold. Otherwise, especially at the current prices, D-Street still offers perhaps the best high-growth bet.


www.businesstoday.in
April 14, 2008
Among the largest Europe based asset managers, AXA Investment Managers manages $830 billion or Rs 33.2 lakh crore (December 2007) in assets. AXA Investment Managers Global CEO Dominique Carrel-Billiard was in the country recently even as its domestic joint venture, Bharati AXA Asset Management, received SEBI’s nod to roll out mutual fund products for the Indian market. In a conversation with Mahesh Nayak, Carrel-Billiard spells out his plans for India, the effect of the subprime crisis, and lots more.


www.businesstoday.in
April 2, 2008
Despite its best efforts at keeping prices down, the government is faced with an inflation fire that refuses to die out. The inflation rate based on the wholesale price index shot up to a 13-month high of 6.68 per cent for the week ended March 15.


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