In a chat with , Akash Prakash, Amansa Capital & Manish Chokhani, Enam Holdings, says put a substantial chunk of your money in financials. Edited excerpts ET Now: The Brexit referendum is around the corner. The markets are volatile globally and at ... Economic Times, 1 week ago
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NEW DELHI: The next big event risk before equity investors across the globe, including those of India, is the 'Brexit' referendum. The United Kingdom will hold the referendum on June 23 to decide whether Britain should stay with the EU or not.Economic Times, 6 days ago
In a chat with 's Nikunj Dalmia, Akash Prakash, CEO & MD, Amansa Capital and Manish Chokhani, Director, Enam Holdings, say among the 8-10 large Indian IT services companies, only two-three will succeed. Edited excerpts Nikunj Dalmia: How can one ...Economic Times, 1 week ago 'India is still in a bull market and there's a chance for it to accelerate' Economic Times, 1 week ago
A whole series of articles published over the last few months have outlined why equity market returns over the coming years will be far lower than what we have seen in the past 30. McKinsey, BCA, GMO and many others have produced studies on just ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago India's equity returns story is bullish Rediff.com, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: The Sohn Conference Foundation in partnership with CNBC-TV18 has announced the inaugural Sohn India Investment Conference to be held on June 3, 2016 at Taj Land's End in Mumbai. Expanding its global footprint, the meet will convene top ...Indian Television, 1 month ago
The revival in the economy is led by investment and growth in real estate, but the problems are far from over, notes Akash Prakash The most important factor behind the recent stabilisation of the Chinese economy seems to be the sharp turnaround in real estate investment. Investment in real estate was up 6.2 per cent in Q1 2016, after rising just one per cent in 2015. Coming into 2016, most analysts had predicted a decline in real estate fixed asset investment with new construction starts down ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Akash Prakash: A stabilisation in China Business Standard India, 1 month ago
If the economy gains momentum, that is a big positive for markets, given the strong macro of low inflation, falling rates, and a stable rupee, says Akash Prakash. Investors have been calling for a turn in the economy for more than 18 months now, more or less within six months of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) coming to power. Those hopes have been belied – partly due to lack of adequate concrete reform measures on the part of the government and partly due to the extent of the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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