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By Kamya Jaiswal
September 6, 2007
No matter the current debate, think long term and the rupee emerges stronger. Give or take a few points, all predictions see the Indian currency consolidating its muscle in the next few years, or at not depreciating the way it did in the past decades.


By Kamya Jaiswal
June 28, 2007
Unknown to most and partly known to some, four forces are nibbling away at the finances of urban Indians. Know what these budget busters are.


www.businesstoday.in
November 13, 2009
The recession, downturn or whatever you call it, has dented most kinds of lists - lists of billionaires, lists of most valuable companies, lists of top recruiters and so on.


N. Madhavan
September 2, 2009
Over two weeks across six states, we discovered that the US is changing like never before — thanks to the recession.


www.businesstoday.in
May 28, 2009
Our fifth annual listing of companies that are hip and happening. This listing is not an “objective” one made by researchers poring over data.


www.businesstoday.in
May 14, 2009
The sixth BT-cirrus study reveals which CEOs, companies and groups got the best press in 2008-2009.


www.businesstoday.in
February 5, 2009
BT speaks to 11 of the brightest minds on Dalal Street and gets them to identify their favourite long-term value picks in 2009. These stocks are only for long-term investors.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
A BT primer on words that entered and exited the business lexicon.


Rajiv Rao
December 25, 2008
Industry observers say that India Inc. is in much worse shape than it currently appears. Bloated with debt and hobbled by a severe slowdown, Indian firms need rapid cash generation.


Anand Adhikari
October 30, 2008
As the proportion of bad loans increases, and losses mount, many smaller banks will have to take a hard look at their lending activity. Are the balance sheets of India’s financial institutions strong enough to keep pace with the frenzied growth in credit, and the risk that comes along with it? Anand Adhikari finds out.


Valérie Demont
October 16, 2008
Much has been said in recent times about the reasons for the credit crisis that has hit Wall Street. But little has been said so far about what it means and what investment opportunities this crisis presents, especially for Indian investors and Indian companies.


Anand Adhikari
October 16, 2008
Indian banks may not be prepared to deal with the non-performing assets that are slowly but surely piling up. Is Indian banking’s own subprime crisis in the works? As of now, the good news is that banks still have time to clean up their acts and their balance sheets. Anand Adhikari goes into the details.The global financial crisisSo, where is the money?Panic grips Dalal StreetIs something wrong with ICICI Bank?Economy in eclipseWhen exotic turns toxicWall Street woes, India’s opportunityThe Rs 60,000-crore time bomb


Manu Kaushik
October 16, 2008
The global financial crisis has highlighted the ruinous effects of over-spending and over-borrowing. Here’s how to avoid your own financial crisis.


Anand Adhikari
October 2, 2008
The US financial services sector may have been brought down to its knees, but back home, there’s a mad scramble by a host of players to get a piece of the action in high-growth segments that range from mutual funds to private equity.


www.businesstoday.in
August 6, 2008
Developers are refusing to admit it, but they are in trouble. Smaller developers are also getting affected by the downturn, having been forced to defer their IPOs due to adverse market sentiments.


Krishna Gopalan
May 12, 2008
The banking sector has been through many downs—loan waivers, subprime writeoffs, derivative losses and CRR hikes. But is the worst over?


Shalini S. Dagar
April 16, 2008
These are extraordinary times, not just for India but the whole world. At no time before in world history has inflation and economic downturn combined to create a “caught-between-ice-and-fire” situation. In India, rising inflation coupled with a moderating economy does signal a cyclical slowdown, but the country’s long-term growth story is still intact. An analysis by BT's Shalini S. Dagar.


Kapil Bajaj
April 14, 2008
FMCG stocks have not succumbed to the subprime storm and many still make attractive investments.


Mahesh Nayak
February 5, 2008
It can be grim, as the recent credit turmoil in the West indicates. Back home, it’s not time to panic, but to take stock of sticky assets.


Amit Wagh, Ravi Trivedy and Sanjay Aggarwal
February 5, 2008
The Indian banking system will have to deal with mind-boggling paradigm shifts in a complex global environment in the years ahead.


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