Any large electric vehicle investment in future is mainly linked to regulatory push or related infrastructure development
To make Digital India more than just a slogan, every stakeholder needs to be on the same page. Sticking to age-old technologies and associated rules only create hindrances towards advancement.
Dispersing the administration of various central government departments across the country will boost the regional economy and strengthen India’s federal democracy.
Monetary policy meetings are now down to just interest rate decisions. This narrowness has meant that other critical matters are not getting due importance
Easing will continue as long as growth doesn’t pick up and inflation remains within target. For Indian stocks, this is an additional liquidity tailwind domestically
The IMF’s World Economic Outlook database forecasts that India’s GDP growth will be well short of 8 per cent even by 2024. To beat this rather depressing forecast, it’s time for radical reforms
This campaign season almost all political parties have focused on issues irrelevant and not specific to Maharashtra — thereby avoiding discussions on pressing local issues.
Simple arithmetic suggests that the two years following General Elections have driven 80 percent of the Sensex’s returns in the last 35 years.
It would be nothing short of a miracle if the Opposition together manages to touch the half-way mark in the 90-seat Haryana assembly.
The latest World Steel Association forecast show global steel demand is slowing in 2019 but China seems to be living on a different planet
Poor market condition is cited as a reason for the tepid response to coal block auctions, but, the overriding feeling is that the government’s policy change on coal mining has dampened the interest of developers for coal mines with end-use restrictions.
Instead of engaging in a futile blame game, the union finance ministry has to address the deep rooted malaise afflicting the financial sector
The future is uncertain with Brexit, US tariffs and shift to electric vehicles.
If online commerce companies keep on burning investors’ cash, a flop-show similar to WeWork may be from India’s e-commerce sector.
BofA-ML fund manager survey's contrarian trades are: long stocks-short cash, long UK energy-short US REITs, short pharma-long industrials.
More than two months since a virtual lockdown, developments in Kashmir have been more or less according to New Delhi’s plan. Now, with the easing of restrictions, the challenge will be to get the ordinary Kashmiri to participate in the new normal.
The lower corporate tax cut is not just about savings, but may change how companies do business and raise a governance red flag as well
The government has not shown any serious intent to undertake major reforms in agriculture sector. Till then, it seems unlikely that the central and state governments will be able to discontinue any of the direct income support schemes.
Policy makers must find a way to wean the markets off their addiction to the narcotic of easy money
Evolution of high-frequency indicators suggests further growth downgrade likely.
In the Lok Sabha polls, the BJP raised its vote share to 58 percent from 33 percent in 2014. This kind of jump is nothing short of phenomenal, and could mean a landslide in its favour in this assembly election
From cab aggregation to food delivery, Uber has always seen fast growth in India. Online grocery may be no different if it manages to find the right operating model.
The MNS is contesting from 104 seats and will have to win in double digits to dent the BJP substantially for it to remain in the reckoning even after the elections.
The fact that so few cases are resulting in resolution is not necessarily a function of the IBC process itself. It is the function of a slowing economy.
On the flip side, oil and commodity exporters such as Saudi Arabia, Kazakhstan, Nigeria, Russia and Indonesia will see windfall losses