India Test level XI: Lions at home, cubs abroad

India Test level XI: Lions at home, cubs abroad.

More rate hikes likely by RBI!

RBI raised repo rate by 25 basis points (bps) to 7.75 percent.

No unanimity among economists on the IMF option

India should knock the doors of IMF in order to arrest rupee’s plunge.

No unanimity among economists on the IMF option

India should knock the doors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in order to arrest rupee’s plunge.

Indian economy in grim situation

The eternal optimists might be in for a setback!

Price hike by import-oriented cos on the anvil

The weakness in Indian rupee has made imports expensive.

Telecom industry back on the growth mode

Telcos witness net mobile subscriber additions after 8 months.

FII inflows: Long term story still intact!

Short term pain is there for the emerging markets but in long term money will come into India.

High CAD: The real culprit behind currency slide

Indian Rupee has depreciated nearly five percent against the US dollar since the start of this calendar.

All is not bad in Rupee’s fall

The current weak outlook on rupee portends bad for macro-economy.

Will safety net bring in more retail investors for IPOs?

Just Dial IPO has deployed safety net as proposed by SEBI.

Second generation reforms need of the hour

S&P has affirmed India’s BBB- rating with a negative outlook.

Consumer discretionary grapples with slowdown

A Zee Research Group study of company data in this space points to the rather alarming trend.

PSU bank asset quality yet a concern

An improvement is likely since bankers are keen to say worst is over.

Healthy FMCG margins result in ad splurge

Consumer- driven sectors rule the advertising space on television.

MNCs optimistic on Indian consumer market

MNCs are bullish on India across consumption driven sectors.

Experts cautiously hopeful on sugar decontrol

Experts have kept their fingers crossed in relation to dilution of the spirit of the Rangarajan’s committee recommendations.

Social media fails to bridge the gender divide in India

Women users of Facebook in India is among the lowest in the world.

Capacity utilization deficit puts Motown in reverse gear

India faces a problem of aplenty which is unlikely to get mitigated anytime soon given the current depressed economic situation. This brings with it the grave risk of ruining country’s tryst with the manufacturing story.

Mutual funds' asset base falls 1.5% in June

According to data released by the Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI), the fund industry shedded around 24,000 crore during the month of June, which led to decline in the overall asset base to 6,88,825 crore.