Next multibaggers will come from infra space: Sunil Subramaniam
The fiscal being stretched is this year’s phenomenon, says Sunil Subramaniam.
Roadshows to lure investors for Concor
They said investor interest is being determined through the roadshows, which will be followed by detai...
What is fiscal glide path?
As calls get shriller for the government to loosen its purse strings and ignore its fiscal glide path at a time wh...
CBRE, JLL appointed as consultants for asset monetisation of BEML
The Centre is likely to sell 28 per cent stake in BEML Ltd through strategic disinvestment and retain 26 per cent after the dilution of its shareholding in the public sector undertaking.
Financials and pharma cos could help boost EPS by 22-23% in Q3: Prateek Agarwal, ASK Investment Manager
The low base of FY 2019 will help auto companies deliver growth next year.
Cabinet gives in-principle nod to strategic sale of Neelachal Ispat
The strategic buyer for NINL will be identified through a two-stage auction procedure
India asset sales to fall short of target by nearly 50%
The shortfall will add to govt's financial problems, which is already grappling with lower GST collections.
Sajjan Jindal calls for development FIs
India needs development finance institutions (FIs) to fund the capital expenditure needs of Indian companies, said JSW Group chairman Sajjan Jindal.
Investors should shift to value stocks from overpriced names: S Naren
Smallcaps are currently offering a better margin of safety in terms of risk spread over largecaps.
Why now is the right time to book profits in long duration mutual fund schemes
Due to the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) - Operation Twist, the long duration mutual fund schemes have gained a lot. However, financial experts are giving a word of caution to debt mutual fund investors. Here's why.
BMS to hold nationwide protest on January 3 against disinvestment, fixed term jobs
"We will hold nationwide protest at all district head quarters throughout the country on January 3, 2020 to awaken the government," a BMS statement said on Saturday.
Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh against govt's disinvestment and privatisation policies
The RSS-affiliate trade union, on Thursday, decided to hold nation wide protest on January 3 across over 600 districts in the country in which it hopes to mobilise nearly 1,50,000 to 2,00,000 people to stage dharna against government's reforms agenda, which it says is anti-worker, BMS general secretary Vrijesh Upadhaya said.
RSS-affiliate trade union protests against Modi govt's disinvestment drive
“We will convene to demand that government initiate wage negotiations, clear salary/wages/retirement benefits, revive/diversify sick PSUs & revision of pension for retired BSNL, MTNL employees etc. as per CPC,” BMS said in a statement on Monday.
AI needs to be privatised; cooperation of employees important: Hardeep Singh Puri tells union representatives
At a meeting with some 13 Air India unions in Delhi, Puri also said that the government was trying to address the concerns of the employees regarding issues such as job protection post privatisation, a union representative said.
Reforms in 2020: Enough of Snakes & Ladders for economy
With stagflation looming, India needs comprehensive and bold, not piecemeal, reforms in 2020.
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