In the near term, these elevated inflationary pressures will prove to be a drag on global growth, says India's top economic policymaker
After the investing excesses of the pandemic, it is time to go back to basics
In today’s edition of Moneycontrol Pro Panorama: TechMa sitting pretty, SBI’s halo turns brighter, Eicher Motors cruises, wheat exports demystified, state finances in dire straits and more
While it is welcome that the government is relooking the entire CDS episode, the question remains: is it asking the right questions?
If the Congress is to achieve even a modicum of success in its grand plan, it has to first regain its credibility which is currently in a shambles. It should do so by going beyond history, and BJP-bashing
China’s economy had already been under pressure from a liquidity crisis across its highly leveraged real estate developers and a wider property slowdown as home sales collapsed
Digital assets are helping entrepreneurs and developers alike in creating a transactional framework for the metaverse
Sudden decision to ban wheat exports denies farmers better price realisation while offering little to consumers by way of price comfort as current inflation is more a global phenomenon
Coromandel has acquired an equity stake in a Senegal-based rock phosphate mining company, adding to its backward integration efforts
China’s lockdown strategy has led to severe problems for buyers of Chinese goods worldwide. But this was just a trailer to the more damaging impact on the global supply chain that would be caused by the economic slowdown in China
In trade weighted inflation adjusted REER terms, the Rupee was close to its fair value in March 2022 against a basket of 40 currencies. However, intensification of depreciation pressure on the Chinese Yuan would weigh on the Rupee and other Asian currencies to maintain competitiveness. A sharp depreciation in Yuan remains a key downside risk to the Rupee’s exchange rate
In two of the last four instances of correction in the Nifty, inflation was on a downtrend. On the other hand, inflation was also on a downtrend in two of the last three instances of upswings in the Nifty
The aggregate net profit of 27 listed commercial banks has shown an 86 percent year-on-year jump in the March quarter
Sunset of GST compensation next month, guarantees for power discom bonds, and extra borrowings for non-asset creating revenue expenditure could end up worsening state finances
Easy-to-remember retail prices are important to both budget-conscious consumers and brands. When a 10-rupee detergent starts selling for 12, policy makers are already looking at entrenched inflation.
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There needs to be a fine balance between ensuring that the sports broadcaster gets a commercially appropriate fee for its television rights and also manages to reach a wider audience.
The plunge in the value of cryptocurrencies also revealed that they are not as insulated from the financial markets as they are made out to be.
The crime of sedition has, thankfully, been put in cold storage. Embarrassing as it was for India’s reputation, no government wanted to give up the power to threaten their critics with the charge of sedition.
Digital transformation is still in an early phase, which means many hard-hit cloud and “software-as-a-service” stocks could bounce back in years to come
Elon Musk is hunting for new Asian production hubs for his EVs. Indonesia looks like the clear winner, while India appears to have missed the boat.
A creative tension exists between the government and its internal auditor
Human waste could be a huge source of agricultural nutrients as the costs of synthetics soar. All it would take are improvements in sewage treatment and some big changes in attitudes.
While algos may be pieces of code devoid of emotion, the people writing and managing them in real-time are not. Mastering emotions is key to success.
While the benchmark indices have fallen by around 15 percent, there is carnage in the rest of the market