Today, India’s global position is very similar to that mid-cap company which is trading at rich valuations however undergoing some structural changes having potential to change its very orbit.
Market corrections offer you opportunities to buy stocks at attractive prices. Make the most of them by keeping your shopping list ready.
Entrepreneurship in India is poised for a "virtual explosion" even as there may be talks that the startup world may be in for tough times in the near term, says industry titan Anand Mahindra.
The boom in online food ecommerce start-ups seems to be cooling off with some going out business while others are scouting for funds.
The brutal selloff that the market has witnessed since June has not been without the Chinese government's efforts to prop it back up
The Chinese economy faces a 90s Japan-style deflation but one factor will help it.
One China bull, Shaun Rein, MD of China Market Research, is not buying all the scary headlines that are emerging out of the country.
CNBC-TV18 spoke to S Krishna Kumar, CIO - Equity at Chennai-based asset manager Sundaram to get his views on the equity market, and specific stocks and sectors.
Ratnesh Kumar, independent market expert, is bullish on capital goods, construction and state-owned banks as he feels these sectors are the best play on an impending recovery.
Ruchir Sharma of Morgan Stanley is of the view that China is neither in control of its equity market, nor its overall economy and that poses a significant global economic risk.
Rural China, especially farmers are the worst affected due to the fall in the stock markets. Many have seen their entire wealth wiped out. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports from Beijing that people are starting to lose faith in the government.
The violent pullback in Chinese equities has nearly run its course, according to emerging markets investment guru Mark Mobius, who is on the lookout for value in the market.
Stating that the market collapse may take a toll on Chinese consumption, which was the last "leg of the stool", Geosphere Capital's Arvind Sanger told CNBC-TV18 a China slowdown could have spillover effect on global growth.
It is the most extreme bubble the market has seen in the last 20-30 years since there was no fundamental basis for this massive rally given the weak state of the Chinese economy, says Ruchir Sharma, head of emerging markets and global macro, Morgan Stanley Investment Management
Chinese stocks fell on Tuesday, taking little comfort from a slew of support measures unleashed by Beijing in recent days, and unnerved by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's failure to mention the market chaos in a statement on the economy.
In an interview with CNBC-TV18's Reema Tendulkar and Ekta Batra, Ben Cavender of China Market Research Group discussed what was driving the recent Chinese stock market decline and whether this was the top of the past year's sterling run.
In an interview with CNBC-TV18‘s Shereen Bhan, Kotak Mahindra Bank vice chairman and MD Uday Kotak explained his oft-quoted take on the Modi electoral campaign‘s political catchphrase, acche din aane waale hain (good days will arrive), and what it will take to turn corporate earnings around.
Micheal Every of Rabobank tells CNBC-TV18 the Federal Reserve is unlikely to raise interest rates soon and that he prefers India over other markets, including China.
The timing of the World Economic Forum summit this year at Davos was extraordinary. The European Central Bank stepped up with a quantitative easing (QE) programme that the markets appeared to like but one vocal critic continued to remain worried.
Just as predicting earnings growth is difficult, predicting valuations is fraught with danger.
Carl Icahn, Jeremy Grantham, John Hussman. This is not a list of one of the top money managers of the world. These are investors who have recently warned of an impending stock collapse, predicated upon their expectations of a major economic downturn.
Investors not just plowed in most of their investments not just at peak valuations, they sold the most around the bottom and also about every step of the way to the rebound.
Diversification is the optimal solution for long term asset management, says Jisang Yoo, CEO, Mirae Asset Global; Investments India.
In London, the average home price came in at 393,462 pounds in September, according to data from the Land Registry, up 1.9 percent from August and 9.3 percent from September 2012. The average property value in England and Wales was 167,063 in September, according to the data.
Viswa Prathap Desu, vice president- sales and marketing, Brigade Enterprises says the company will have a 30-40 percent hike in its FY14 collections too.