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Understanding the equity market's structural weaknesses
While the benchmark indices have fallen by around 15 percent, there is carnage in the rest ...

By Shishir Asthana

Sedition law was being abused; its shelving is a welcome step

The crime of sedition has, thankfully, been put in cold storage. Embarrassing as it was ...

By Abraham C Mathews

Is RBI tightening policy at a time when industrial growth is still weak?

The higher-than-expected inflation is likely to result in another hike in the policy rate at ...

By Manas Chakravarty

How SUVs are riding the K-shaped path to recovery

Until employment and growth catch up with the rising costs of vehicle ownership, demand from ...

By Ananya Roy

Algo Learn | Psychology of an Algo Trader

While algos may be pieces of code devoid of emotion, the people writing and managing ...

By Ashok Devanampriya

Understanding the equity market's structural weaknesses

While the benchmark indices have fallen by around 15 percent, there is carnage in the rest ...

By Shishir Asthana

How SUVs are riding the K-shaped path to recovery

Until employment and growth catch up with the rising costs of vehicle ownership, demand from ...

By Ananya Roy

BRICS needs to be more cohesive in dealing with geopolitical developments

BRICS could have been a bloc, while managing certain contradictions, and worked seamlessly with the ...

By Jayanth Jacob

Can Xi Jinping vanquish COVID without crushing China’s economy?

Despite the intensifying economic pain, few expect Xi to relax his zero-COVID campaign before securing ...

By Financial Times

Kejriwal’s optional power subsidy model for Delhiites could be the thin edge of the wedge

AAP’s new power scheme for Delhiites proves yet again that freewheeling subsidies are not ...

By S Murlidharan

Is RBI tightening policy at a time when industrial growth is still weak?

The higher-than-expected inflation is likely to result in another hike in the policy rate at ...

By Manas Chakravarty

Can Xi Jinping vanquish COVID without crushing China’s economy?

Despite the intensifying economic pain, few expect Xi to relax his zero-COVID campaign before securing ...

By Financial Times

The roots of the Sri Lankan crisis and the lessons to be learnt

Successive governments made up their revenue shortfalls by borrowing abroad hand over fist. The much-acclaimed ...

By Manas Chakravarty

MNC investment dollars flow to states that offer best soft infrastructure

Karnataka and Tamil Nadu’s predominance in IT-related businesses stems from how tech-ready the residents ...

By Sundeep Khanna

L&T: Outlook remains positive despite concerns

Valuations turn attractive post correction

By Jitendra Kumar Gupta

The oil slick effect, or why we systematically overgeneralise

In the 1970s, the psychologist Barry Staw gave a collaborative task to groups of strangers, ...

By Financial Times

Crypto market: Why is there a crash and what’s next?

The plunge in the value of cryptocurrencies also revealed that they are not as insulated ...

By Murtuza Merchant

Sedition law was being abused; its shelving is a welcome step

The crime of sedition has, thankfully, been put in cold storage. Embarrassing as it was ...

By Abraham C Mathews

If Tech Crash Is Another Dot-Com Bubble, the Cloud Has a Silver Lining

Digital transformation is still in an early phase, which means many hard-hit cloud and “software-as-a-service” ...

By Trung Phan

L&T bags order from Rajasthan govt

According to L&T’s project classification, the value of the order falls between ...

By PTI

Covid-19 fuels demand for children-centric housing societies. How sustainable is the concept?

Real estate experts are of the opinion that paying a premium in the name of ...

By Akash Sinha

Watch: Alert cop saves woman getting dragged by train in Odisha

A constable of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) in Odisha saved the life of a ...

By Moneycontrol News

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