India may get thrown out of MSCI Indices

MSCI Inc. (NYSE: MSCI), a leading provider of research-based indexes and analytics, announced today that it is closely monitoring developments related to the concerted announcement by three Indian stock exchanges, including the two… Continue reading

India’s Biggest Dairy Is Betting On Eating-Out Boom

More Indians are eating out as a growing economy boosts incomes. That’s what the No. 1 dairy in the world’s biggest milk-producing nation is betting on to extend its dominance. Amul expects its… Continue reading

Risky Business

Most things are going well for most investors. So let’s talk about risk. People are masters at discounting risks that threaten the continuation of their past success. Winning feels good, but winning and then… Continue reading

Road Orders in Slow Lane as They Fall to Tenth of India’s Target

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has miles to go to achieve its annual road-building goal. The National Highway Authority of India aims to agree contracts for 10,000 kilometers in the year to March,… Continue reading

Hindalco Best Placed To Weather The Winter Freeze

China’s winter production cuts to curb smog have sent commodity prices higher. That’s no solace for aluminium producers in India as fuel and raw material costs are rising faster than the prices of… Continue reading

Modi’s Cash Ban Helped This Money Manager Beat 99% of Peers

For India bull Robert Marshall-Lee, stock valuations near the highest level in almost a decade are no deterrence. The London-based money manager, who oversees 2.6 billion pounds ($3.4 billion) for Newton Investment Management,… Continue reading

Happy Birthday Jack Bogle, the man Warren Buffett calls a ‘hero’

Everyone knows Warren Buffett and his idea of value investing, but not many have heard of John Clifton “Jack” Bogle, who the Oracle of Omaha himself calls a hero for investors. Bogle, the… Continue reading

India’s Economy: Creating ‘One Billionaire Per Month’ Since 2010

Anyone who has been to India has seen the poverty. Mumbai is home to one of the largest slums in the world. India’s per capita income is the lowest of the big four… Continue reading

Solar tariff creates history again, touches Rs 3.15/unit in AP Solar Park

In all technical terms, solar tariff touched its historical lowest at the stroke of midnight Tuesday, April 11. During the bidding for the 250 Mw ultra-mega solar power park in Kadappa, Andhra Pradesh,… Continue reading

Emerging-Market Chaos Can’t Tame Stock Bulls as Economy Wins

A fired finance minister and political upheaval won’t be enough to stem the rally in emerging-market stocks. That’s the lesson from the first quarter, when equities posted their best gains since 2012 even… Continue reading