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Sequoia Capital India sells 11.12 lakh shares of Just Dial

Sequoia Capital India Investments III sold 11,12,000 shares of Just Dial at Rs 900. On December 11, 2015 Amansa Holdings Private Limited bought 10,56,545 shares of Just Dial at Rs 899.99 on the NSE. However, Sequoia Capital India Investments III ... Moneycontrol.com, 2 months ago
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Market cap of 23 Indian state-owned banks = Kotak Mahindra bank

India's state-owned banks are saddled with bad assets and dropping profitability, which, in turn, is keeping equity investors away. The numbers provide enough evidence. A look at the market capitalisation—total market value of all the shares of ...
 Quartz3 days ago

Akash Prakash: Stress tests for Indian banks

If bank shares are the proverbial canary in the global economic coal mine, then we should all be very worried. In Japan, banks have dropped by more than 10 per cent since the Bank of Japan (BoJ) decided to implement a negative interest rate policy.
 Business Standard India1 week ago
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Bearish markets? Here's how you can still gain

Stock market correction presents a real chance for everyone to improve the quality of their portfolio The markets have had a horrendous start to 2016. The Nifty is down about 11 per cent in US dollar terms and the mid-cap indices are down nearly 15 per cent. This is one of the worst ever beginnings to a year, and panic is slowly starting to set in. Many mid-caps are down 25-30 per cent. Foreign Institutional Investors are seemingly non-stop sellers, and even domestic institutions have slowed ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Akash Prakash: Hold on tight

The markets have had a horrendous start to 2016. The Nifty is down about 11 per cent in US dollar terms and the mid-cap indices are down nearly 15 per cent. This is one of the worst ever beginnings to a year, and panic is slowly starting to set in.
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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Lessons for India to curb global warming

With all the pledges made in Paris, we would see an improvement, but emissions would still keep rising till 2030, and the path towards global warming would improve to 2.7°C, notes Akash Prakash. The Paris Agreement at COP21 reached in mid- December to tackle climate change has elicited mixed reactions. Some feel it is a truly historic agreement, fundamentally accelerating the move towards de-carbonisation of our energy mix, while others believe that nothing much has really changed.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Akash Prakash: COP21, stranded carbon and India

The Paris Agreement at COP21 reached in mid- December to tackle climate change has elicited mixed reactions. Some feel it is a truly historic agreement, fundamentally accelerating the move towards de-carbonisation of our energy mix, while others ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
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The paradox of China's growth story

There is uncertainty in most investors' minds as to whether China is transitioning to a new growth model or simply collapsing, notes Akash Prakash. When one discusses the outlook for China with both bulls and bears, the crux of the debate is the outlook for the Chinese consumer and for the services sector. There is very little difference in either side's outlook for industrial production and commodity demand: both the bull and the bear believe that manufacturing and commodities demand will ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Akash Prakash: China - consumers at the centre

When one discusses the outlook for China with both bulls and bears, the crux of the debate is the outlook for the Chinese consumer and for the services sector. There is very little difference in either side's outlook for industrial production and ...
 Smart Investor2 months ago
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Fed all set for a Dec rate hike; are global markets prepared for it?

There seems to be limited risk of the Fed raising rates repeatedly & rapidly, or of other central banks turning off the taps anytime soon, says Akash Prakash. It is by now quite clear that in all likelihood the US Federal Reserve will hike interest rates in its next meeting in mid-December. Unless we see some sudden collapse in economic activity in the coming weeks, global volatility or an unexpected deceleration in jobs growth, the Federal Reserve will hike by 25 basis points on 16 ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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