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December 11, 2008
Alex Wilmot-Sitwell’s visit to India in early November was against an extraordinary backdrop. It came at a time when UBS worldwide is struggling to recover from a financial crisis that has taken down rival Lehman Brothers. In an exclusive chat with BT’s Rachna Monga, Wilmot-Sitwell talks about the long-term implications of the financial crisis for UBS as well as its plans for India.


K. R. Balasubramanyam and Kushan Mitra
November 27, 2008
Vijay Mallya’s aviation business has landed in a sea of red. Mallya has a survival plan, but he may need to look at drastic options to stay afloat. K. R. Balasubramanyam and Kushan Mitra go into the details.


Puja Mehra
November 27, 2008
Woes Pakistan’s economy has fallen in and out of crisis quickly in the past. But, with its friends refusing to help, how will it pull itself out of the latest mess?


Rishi Joshi
November 27, 2008
The economic slowdown has already impaired both performance and sentiments. But would things take a turn for the worse before they become better? We sift through key domestic economic indicators to analyse what’s in store.


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Puja Mehra
November 13, 2008
Increased government spending can help fight economic slowdown. But it won’t. And the reason is not lack of funds. What is needed is a comprehensive booster dose of steroids to resuscitate the economy. Manmohan Singh’s diagnosis is not off the mark, but the delivery is. A report by Puja Mehra.


T.V. Mahalingam
November 13, 2008
Export-dependent IT, biotech and pharma firms have their backs to the wall with the rupee gyrating and their overseas markets in turmoil. When will the markets look up again? T.V. Mahalingam goes into the details.


www.businesstoday.in
November 13, 2008
In times of panic, rationality goes out of the window. Reading the papers, one can be forgiven for thinking that India is in the midst of a full-blown recession.


Nitya Varadarajan
November 13, 2008
The sooner you start planning for taxes, the better it will be for you. Here’s a quick guide to get you started.


Rachna Monga
October 30, 2008
As capital becomes scarce in the global markets, foreign portfolio investors—the lifeblood running through domestic equities—turn their backs on India. This has got more to do with the stress in the financial system in their own backyard than any fundamental issues with the domestic market. Will they return, or should we be waiting for them at all? Rachna Monga goes into the details.


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.


www.businesstoday.in
October 30, 2008
This is a one-shot Keynesian intervention for a Black Swan event. It is not the beginning of another era of fiscal profligacy in the name of Keynes.


Manu Kaushik
October 30, 2008
The liquidity crunch has brought the spotlight back on the safety of debt. But you should be careful about where you park your money.


E. Kumar Sharma
October 30, 2008
India’s shift to renewable energy could stall in the absence of clearer policies.


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
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


Kushan Mitra
October 16, 2008
Buffeted by the financial services meltdown and competition from other locations, the Indian BPO industry is facing its toughest challenge. Kushan Mitra goes into the details.


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