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By Clifford Alvares
November 13, 2007
It’s not easy to time the markets, but it’s sure easy to spot a dip in this market and cash in on the opportunity. The recent knee-jerk reaction of the market after SEBI announced changes in its P-note guidelines created exactly the type of buying opportunities investors should be looking for.


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November 13, 2007
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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 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 Amit Mukherjee
October 5, 2007
With the BSE sensex soaring past 17,000, the market is on a roll. Predicting where it will go seems to be futile as foreign inflows continue to prop up the stock market.


By Shalini S. Dagar
October 5, 2007
Global funds have truly arrived as mutual fund houses offered as many as half a dozen schemes in the last few months. There are a few more in the pipeline. These funds invest either wholly or partly in global equities.


By Mahesh Nayak
October 4, 2007
With a market value of Rs 29,000 crore and a net worth of Rs 8,000 crore, the eight-year-old Indiabulls group has sky-high ambitions. Property development and consumer finance are the current thrust areas. Retailing, insurance, banking, mutual funds, power and telecom are on the cards.


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October 3, 2007
Billions of dollars are to be poured into setting up more than 200 integrated townships across the country. While these could be the answer to India’s urban problems, there are several risks that developers and investors must negotiate. A BT-DTZ study.


By Kapil Bajaj
October 3, 2007
Fabindia, which has popularised handwoven fabrics among Indians while supporting rural artisans, is expanding—at back-end and front-end.


By Krishna Gopalan
September 24, 2007
When Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani addressed his shareholders at the company’s annual general meeting (AGM) in June last year, the title of his speech was simple, yet telling—“Embarking on a Retail Revolution.”


By Shalini S. Dagar
September 20, 2007
For India’s oldest (and until recently ailing) financial institution, it’s a problem of plenty. New Delhi-based IFCI’s plans of offering at least 26 per cent stake in itself to large investors has attracted a bevy of suitors.


By Rishi Joshi
September 3, 2007
Kushal Pal Singh, 75, is credited with almost single-handedly transforming Gurgaon, a once sleepy village on the outskirts of Delhi, into one of India's hottest and ritziest residential and commercial hubs over the last two decades.


By T.V. Mahalingam
September 3, 2007
Big Bazaar is going out of its way to make small-town consumers feel comfortable with the beast called modern retail, discovers.


By Tejeesh N.S. Behl
August 31, 2007
More than 37,000 hotel rooms, at a cost of $3 billion, are expected to be added over the next three years. That's more than the 'branded' rooms India currently has.


By Krishna Gopalan
August 31, 2007
Real estate stocks have soared to sky-high levels. But with growth staggering, it's time for a reality check.


By Mahesh Nayak
August 31, 2007
With new industries and businesses taking off, the war for top management talent has pushed CEO salaries to record levels. But the fact is, not every CEO is getting paid obscenely and certainly not as much as what some CEOs in the US take home.


By T.V. Mahalingam
August 31, 2007
In all, Dharavi is spread across 223 hectares. If even a fifth of Dharavi's slum dwellers decide to block the central line for a couple of hours, the city would come to a standstill.


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.


Anand Adhikari
August 29, 2007
Few marketers can afford to ignore the non-metros, but there are those who are seeing the virtues of starting with the small towns. The big cities can wait.


By Clifford Alvares
August 29, 2007
More families today are exposed to different risks when creating wealth. How to manage them?


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