Om Ahuja of Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) India explains how NRI investments in India may have an impact on the back of rupee's fall.
The battered rupee hit another record low of 62.76 to the dollar on Monday, and although most analysts see further weakness in the coming months, they say the currency's woes are set to ease.
Demand and high prices of oil and gold are playing the spoil sport and triggering high CAD. The government has taken steps to curb gold import, but smuggling of the metal has jumped manifold. The only long-term solution is to control inflation and to have an alternative of financial instrument that people can choose over gold
Is the fall of rupee hurting your business? Know what you can do instead of just suffer
A depreciating rupee against the US dollar drove the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to maintain status quo in its June mid quarter credit policy review, according to Crisil Research, the domestic arm of global rating agency S&P.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, S Subramanian, CFO, Titan spoke about the growth of the company during the festive season and how consumer tastes and trends are panning out.
David Pezarkar, Head - Equity, Daiwa Mutual Fund is of the view that one should stay away from real estate.
The depreciating rupee isn't always bad for your Equity Mutual Fund investments. If you observe keenly and play your card right, there are sectors which can benefit from a falling rupee. Financial advisor Anil Rego identifies funds that can benefit from the depreciating rupee.
JK Cements has ambitious expansion plans, but with a struggling cement industry in a weak economy, fund raising will not be a breeze for the company, reports CNBC-TV18's Vineetha Athrey.
After deferring crude payments to upstream companies, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) is now seeking the RBI’s intervention to aid its overall financials.
Prices of mobile handsets marketed by home-grown companies are set to increase by up to 10% due to a depreciating rupee, which has declined by about 10% in the last three months.
CNBC-TV18 catches up with Vineet Nayyar, chairman of Mahindra Satyam to get his perspective on the business prospects of his company and the sector in the current quarter and the way forward.