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Nitya Varadarajan
January 22, 2008
If you have a lapsed insurance policy, here’s how to renew it at the minimum cost.


Rishi Joshi
January 7, 2008
Short-selling makes a comeback. It can be rewarding for investors, but there are downsides as well.


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.


Rishi Joshi
January 7, 2008
There are still quite a few undervalued stocks that could see big upsides in the new year. We shortlist 10 such gems.


Sanjoy Narayan
January 13, 2008
My apologies if this begins a bit gloomily but I promise it will get better as you read along. Almost anyone you spoke to during the last few weeks of 2007 felt that year's outstanding performance by India Inc. and the Indian economy was unlikely to be repeated in 2008.


Manu Kaushik
December 11, 2007
More people are warming up to credit—for buying anything from a dream home to taking a Swiss holiday. The credit fever shows no signs of reducing.


Rishi Joshi
November 14, 2007
Millions of jobs in the manufacturing sector could vanish due to the dearer rupee hitting exporters across industries. Will things get worse before they get better?


www.businesstoday.in
November 14, 2007
India is on the threshold of a retail revolution. In fact, it has, in some segments, already traversed some way down that path.


By Pallavi Srivastava
November 12, 2007
Mumbai champs, Chandigarh Lions, Chennai Super Stars, Delhi Jets, Hyderabad Heroes and Kolkata Tigers. These are the names of the six teams that the Essel Group-promoted Indian Cricket League (ICL) has readied for a 20-20 tournament to be held at Chandigarh later this month.


Manu Kaushik
October 30, 2007
With interest rates heading south, it's time to fine tune your debt strategy. Here's what to do now.


By Mahesh Nayak
October 29, 2007
India Inc. has beaten the slowdown blues, and can look forward to more of the same.


www.businesstoday.in
October 26, 2007
Six months of survey and analysis, 94 final participants, and hundreds of days of reporting is what it took to bring you stories of India's best employers. Best companies in pictures


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 Rishi Joshi
October 18, 2007
Sitting in his Chennai office, Rafeeque Ahmad, Chairman, Farida Group, a leather shoe exporter, is a worried man. The appreciation of the rupee against the dollar has severely eroded the profit margins of his company, forcing him to contemplate drastic measures like reducing his workforce.


By T. V. Mahalingam
October 18, 2007
It’s 10 in the morning, and at the historic Azad Maidan, where The Mahatma used to address swelling crowds during the Civil Disobedience movement, another movement is slowly gathering steam.


By Tejeesh N.S. Behl
October 17, 2007
There’s no telling where the Sensex will be by the time this article hits the stands—given the multiple 1,000 point jumps the indices have demonstrated of late. Stock market forecasting at the best of times has been tricky business.


By Shalini S. Dagar
October 8, 2007
Last fortnight, as Ben Bernanke lowered the Fed rate by 50 basis points, there was cheer in India as well. It has heightened expectations of a reversal of the rising interest rate cycle in the country.


By Clifford Alvares
October 5, 2007
It’s now raining inflows. Says Andrew Holland, Chief Administrative Officer, EVP DSP Merrill Lynch: “The Fed reduced interest rates and that has freed the credit market and also increased investors’ appetite towards risk marginally.”


www.businesstoday.in
October 4, 2007
India is just one destination, among many, for foreign institutional money. This fact becomes clearer every time the Indian market responds to global cues— be it the subprime scare in August or the 50 basis points cut in the Fed rate by the US Federal Reserve the next month.


By Nitya Varadarajan
September 24, 2007
Till about 2001, life insurance Corporation of India had a pension plan with tons of benefits for retirees. Jeevan Suraksha offered guaranteed returns as pension, reducing the ‘uncertainty’ of income in an otherwise uncertain period of one’s life.


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