December 11: Currently all asset classes are overheated globally, says Leo Puri, MD at UTI Asset Management.
December 11: This week on Unlisted Jewels, we bring you the story of the famous ice-cream brand: Naturals. BTVI’s Hiral Desai spoke exclusively with Raghunandan Kamath, Founder & Chairman and his sons Srinivas & Siddhant Kamath, Directors of the company.
December 11: The Finance Ministry has been conducting pre-Budget consultations with industry and policy-makers. Today it was the turn of the economists. BTVI spoke to some prominent voices on the suggestions they have been made for the upcoming Budget document.
December 11: On Call BTVI, our experts answer all the queries related to buying or selling shares, be it short, medium or long-term.
December 11: Dilip Buildcon has been the best performing stock in the infra space. They too are betting big on the Bharatmala opportunity and are currently evaluating project bids worth 50,000 crore rupees and hope to win about one-fifth of those orders.
December 11: Bharatmala - an ambitious but doable project, that's the word coming in from MEP Infra. The company is currently evaluating to bid for projects worth 10,000 to 15000 crore rupees. BTVI’s Priyanka Iyer spoke to the VC and MD Jayant Mhaiskar to know more.
December 11: With inflation inching higher and the RBI raising the forecast for the second half of the year by 10 basis points, what is the expectation from this month's numbers? Will growth impulses as indicated by a mild uptick in GDP weigh over inflation upside? To discuss this, BTVI’s Pronoy Nath Banerji spoke to Madan Sabnavis, Chief Economist at Care Ratings.
December 11: The US Federal Reserve is expected to announce a fifth rate hike since December 2015. With the global liquidty tap gradually tightening, how will markets shape up after the impending rate hike and what will inflation commentary indicate? To discuss this and more, BTVI’s Pronoy Nath Banerji spoke to Seth Freeman, CEO at EM Capital Management.
December 11: In a bid to offset continuously rising cost pressures and a ban on pet coke, cement companies in north and central India have resorted to price hikes. A recent dealer channel check by Kotak Institutional Equities also showed cement prices rising by 4 rupees in December after a 6 month fall. To better understand the factors behind the move and its effects, BTVI’s Pronoy Nath Banerji spoke to Senior Analyst at Kotak Institutional Equities, Murtuza Arsiwalla.