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Rahul Sachitanand
May 1, 2008
The subprime crisis and the slowdown in the US will hit the Indian IT industry hard. According to top industry executives, the IT industry, which was growing at over 30 per cent till last year, may now have to be satisfied with a 15-20 per cent annual growth. BT's Rahul Sachitanand reports.


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.


Tejeesh N. S. Behl
April 16, 2008
The fear that short selling by institutional investors may tank an already depressed market may not come true after all.


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.


Mahesh Nayak
March 31, 2008
Say hello to the brash new kids on Dalal Street. Flush with funds, thanks to till-recently booming primary and secondary markets as well as generous infusions by venture capital and private equity majors, most of these single-service houses (primarily stockbroking) are now planning to get into areas that have been traditionally the preserve of dyed-in-the-wool deal makers. BT's Mahesh Nayak reports.


Mahesh Nayak
March 18, 2008
The recent gyrations of the BSE sensex will make a yoyo look like a model of stability. On average, the swings between the day’s highs and lows have increased to 3.24 per cent, compared to 1.8 per cent in 2007. Volatility is at an all-time high; this means it’s time for caution.


Rishi Joshi
March 4, 2008
PSU stocks are trading at attractive valuations. Now is a good time to buy these shares.


Kapil Bajaj
February 19, 2008
Indian capital markets increasingly take their cues from global markets. But smart investors have started moving away from stocks that will be affected by the US slowdown. You should, too.


Nitya Varadarajan
February 5, 2008
International funds can deliver or lag those in domestic markets—it depends on how well you diversify.


Mahesh Nayak
January 7, 2008
Yes, the stock markets have been on a roll for four years now and the Sensex is at 20,000 plus. But a surging economy is expected to keep the FIIs interested in India this year.


Mahesh Nayak
January 7, 2008
With a strong line-up of public issues, big demand from investors and bullish secondary market, 2008 promises to be another good year for the primary market.


Clifford Alvares
December 25, 2007
If the year gone by was a belter, 2008 promises to be another party. While the immediate prospects don’t look promising, the year ahead should eventually turn out well, if not better, for everyone.21 young leaders for India's 21st centuryCheck out the young leaders in slide show Slide show: The biggest newsmakers of 2007Slide show: Best of BT 2007Slide show: Best of BT More 2007


Clifford Alvares and Mahesh Nayak
December 25, 2007
Events that rocked the business world—or just made head honchos sit up and take notice.


Brian Carvalho and Mahesh Nayak
November 26, 2007
Ten years ago, Barry Bateman realised, there was space for a new global consumer finance brand. A decade down the line, Fidelity International is managing assets of $299.4 billion outside the America with a sizeable presence in Asia-Pacific. As Bateman explains, India and China will be Fidelity’s growth drivers over the next 15-20 years.


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?


By Mahesh Nayak
October 5, 2007
Jayesh Gandhi (name changed), Assistant Vice President of institutional sales business, exited Principal Global Opportunity Fund in January 2007. Since then, the fund delivered a 22 per cent return as against a 20 per cent of the Sensex, but Gandhi has no regrets.


By Mahesh Nayak
September 10, 2007
Mid-cap funds have lagged behind lately, but they are poised to perform over the long term. Here we tell you what to look for in them, writes Mahesh Nayak.


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.


Venkatesha Babu & Rahul Sachitanand
August 27, 2007
In less than two years, Wipro’s Azim Premji has snapped up 11 different companies, mostly abroad. Why is the tech czar in a tearing hurry? It’s all part of his grand plan to make the soaps-to-software Wipro a truly global corporation, write Venkatesha Babu and Rahul Sachitanand.


Rishi Joshi
August 27, 2007
Commodity investing is fast maturing and there are many products you can ride on.


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