Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is an Indian investor with a Midas touch. He is often referred to as India’s own Warren Buffet. He is a trader and also a chartered accountant. According to Forbes' list, Jhunjhunwala is the 48th richest man in the country with a net worth of $2.3 billion. More
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala liked to live life king-size, and his 14-storey Mumbai bungalow is proof. Take a look at the late billionaire's terrace.
If you want to internalise one RJ superpower, this is it: To understand and act on the fact that stock market returns are lumpy, not even.
The airline has partnered with DreamFolks Services, an airport lounges access aggregator, to offer their customers access to lounges for a fee when booking their ticket. Flyers can get lounge access up to 12 hours before departure, the airline said in its press release.
India's aviation market potential makes it an attractive destination for newcomers seeking to grab market share
From the sales growth of both companies vis-à-vis the competition, it’s evident that while Titan is holding its ground, Vedant has started to concede market share
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala passed away at the age of 62, on August 14 2022 due to acute multiple organ failure. He was also suffering from kidney related issues.
Commenting on joining the Board of Trustees of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Medical Trust, Rekha Jhunjhunwala said, "There cannot be a better vision than this and I would like to wish SEFI and Dr. Ramani, greater success.”
In addition, Sebi directed two individuals — Lashit Lallubhai Sanghvi and his wife Neha Sanghvi — to disgorge notional profits totalling Rs 99.72 lakh along with interest at the rate of 9 per cent per annum from September 2016 till the date of actual payment.
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The broking industry’s volumes will go up and margins will come down, and the pecking order will change as some new-age companies will manage to make it to the leaderboard
The Tata Group’s takeover of Air India was the highlight of the year. This was followed by Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed Akasa Air’s launch
Forbes India Rich List 2022: Rekha Jhunjhunwala, 59, has a net worth of Rs 47,650.76 crore ($5.9 billion).
A weaker rupee impacted the majority of the richest but that was offset by Gautam Adani's record gain, which made him the new No 1
Titan Q2: In terms of wedding demand in the jewellery segment, Titan’s top brass said that early signs were not clear yet, but they are hopeful of a strong season
"When the worker on the shop floor of a company thinks in terms of capital returns employed, that is a culture that we would like to back" he said.
Last week, shares of Titan rose after the company reported strong growth in sales for the September quarter.
The money was raised by Rare Equity by placing zero-coupon bonds with a Barclays entity
Back in the day, after navigating the ups and downs of the stock market, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala liked to drop into Geoffrey’s, a pub on Mumbai’s Marine Drive. While there, he would gamely fend off fans, blast Hindi songs on his phone and recite English poetry.
In the middle of the pandemic in 2020, Big Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala assured investors that the economic impact of the lockdown will not be as severe, and the nation will get back on its feet soon. He added that stocks could embark on a long-term bull market following the correction induced by the COVID-19 crisis.
Investor Ramesh Damani interviewed the big bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala on his 60th birthday. Take a look at one of his most engaging chats, where he talks about the ups and downs of his journey in markets, creating wealth and his idea of being a good trader and investor.
Renowned investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala believes that the commodity 'supercycle' could last for the good part of this decade. Hear out this interaction during the pandemic, where he underlined that India is taking off, Covid or no-Covid.
India is witnessing a massive financialisation of savings, and this trend is here to stay. As a long term investor, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is extremely is bullish on PSU banks and he believes the valuations will catch up. He also bets that India's real estate is at the cusp of an upcycle. This interview was aired for the first time around Diwali in 2021.
Big Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is betting big on India's aviation space, and he sees the demand for aviation booming in the years to come. Hear him out as he places his big bet outside the stock market.
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