Business Today: Latest Business News, India economy News, Stock Markets, Sensex, Mutual Funds and Indian Tax
Loading...
Search

Total 1911 results found. Search for [ disinvestment ]

Results 1860 to 1880 of 1911
R. Sree Ram and Tanvi Varma
December 28, 2009
Will the bull run continue or will the bears return to spoil the party in 2010? We look at how the growth in corporate earnings is likely to affect the market direction this year. Tracking sectoral leanings Copy the big daddies How to invest without fear


Alam Srinivas
July 16, 2009
Pragmatic and realistic. Boring and unimaginative. These are the two sets of phrases being used by experts to describe Pranab Mukherjee’s Budget.


Dipen Sheth
July 16, 2009
Dipen Sheth offers a solution to tackling the ballooning fiscal deficit — the government should tap the nearly Rs 50 lakh crore of illegal money stashed abroad by Indians.


Babar Zaidi
April 28, 2009
Some of the promises made by political parties affect your pocket. Here's a look at the feasibility of these pledges.


www.businesstoday.in
January 23, 2008
More than three years of record breaking wealth creation on the stock market has every investor wondering how much money can still be made, and how. A quick answer is—a lot and without taking too much risk.


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.


By Rohit Saran
November 30, 2006
'The government should keep feeding the stock market with good supply of public sector shares.'


Raamdeo Agrawal
April 14, 2010
Smart investors with a long-term horizon are well placed, argues Raamdeo Agrawal.


Puja Mehra
March 2, 2010
The Finance Minister had risked it all on his bet on growth and seems to have come up a winner. Now comes the task of restoring normality in finances and speeding up reforms.


Puja Mehra
February 15, 2010
Like in the past, on Budget day, we turn on the television to watch the dull, dreary but still-considered-important Budget speech of the Finance Minister.


www.businesstoday.in
February 15, 2010
The only way to make India's fiscal deficit look less threatening, than it really is, would be to compare it with the budget deficit of the United States.


Shalini S. Dagar
February 2, 2010
After several deaths and rebirths, disinvestment is back as a big-ticket reform. And the timing is good—it's the only reform that can stimulate demand without straining the fiscal deficit.


www.businesstoday.in
January 11, 2010
When a year has been as unbelievably good as 2009 was for the market, the New Year brings with it not just hope but also uncertainty. To quell investor anxiety, BT gets financial market experts to foretell how the different asset classes will fare in 2010.


Puja Mehra
January 11, 2010
The Thirteenth Finance Commission makes some radical—but highly desirable and doable—prescriptions.


Virendra Verma
December 25, 2009
PSU stocks will be in the spotlight in 2010, if the government walks the talk on disinvestment, circa 2003.


Kirit S. Parikh
December 3, 2009
Stimulus measures that are in the nature of reforms should continue, other measures may be gradually withdrawn as domestic demand grows, industry recovers, tax collection becomes buoyant and exports growth recovers.


Prithvi Haldea
November 29, 2009
The offer should only be to retail investors, and at reasonable prices. This would ensure that the wealth created by public enterprises through domestic public resources is shared rightfully only with the public.


Rishi Joshi
November 26, 2009
The government’s decision to revive disinvestment has brought the spotlight back on PSU stocks.


Virendra Verma
November 26, 2009
Developed markets such as the US and Japan may have been leading the recovery in the financial markets till 2008, but this trend seems poised to change in favour of emerging markets.Virendra Verma reports.


Rajeev Malik
July 23, 2009
If there is no growth then a smaller fiscal deficit or low inflation or long-term rates are of little use.


PAGES 94 OF 96  9192939495