By Andy Mukherjee One of the more difficult yoga poses is the shirshasana, or headstand. It has also become the default posture for India's consumer staples industry. Whatever multinationals thought they knew about their market has been turned ... Economic Times, 1 day ago
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By Andy Mukherjee When other Indian tycoons were greedy, the richest of all was hesitant, even fearful. But now that most of his rivals have fallen on the swords of their debt-fueled hubris, Mukesh Ambani is preparing to pounce. Ambani, 59, has ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago Ambani May Abandon His Penchant For Caution In 2017 Bloomberg-Quint, 3 weeks ago
By Andy Mukherjee India's "House of Debt" is still swaying, though a little less dangerously than before. For the country's highly leveraged companies, the year is closing on a somewhat more cheerful note than seemed possible six months ago. ...Economic Times, 4 weeks ago Another Big Fat Indian Deleveraging Bloomberg, 4 weeks ago Anil Ambani Delivers Another Big Fat Indian Deleveraging Bloomberg-Quint, 4 weeks ago
By Andy Mukherjee As India continues its scorched-earth campaign against cash, the question baffling many analysts is why a country so unfamiliar with digital payments would outlaw 86 per cent of its currency, the most-favored method of settling ...Economic Times, 1 month ago India's war on cash needs a very different approach ETCIO.com, 1 month ago Narendra Modi's war on cash needed a different approach Livemint.com, 1 month ago Where India's Cash War Went Wrong Bloomberg, 1 month ago
By Andy Mukherjee India's largest stock exchange is getting ready for a listing it has fought long and hard to avoid: its own. While some long-time investors may be relieved to have an opportunity to exit, newer shareholders should be glad if ...Economic Times, 1 month ago India's NSE Must List Sans Hubris Bloomberg, 1 month ago NSE must list sans hubris or risk investor scorn Livemint.com, 1 month ago
By Andy Mukherjee Amid the panic and confusion caused by India's ban on 86 per cent of cash in circulation, there's hope that the pain in the stock market won't last beyond a quarter or two, and that everything will be hunky-dory once banks have ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Views on Asia | India stock fears shadowed by Macau's war on dirty cash Macau Daily Times, 1 month ago Cash ban impact on stocks may linger, as shown by Macau casinos Livemint.com, 1 month ago India Stocks Haunted by Macau Risk Bloomberg, 1 month ago
by Andy Mukherjee How do you celebrate the fifth anniversary of a colossal mistake? For India's tax department, the answer has to be: Make a new one that's a thousand times worse, then sit back and enjoy the fun. There can be no other explanation ...Economic Times, 3 days ago CBDT Puts Offshore Funds with India Exposure Tax Order on Hold News18.com, 2 days ago FinMin puts India-focused funds' tax on back-burner Smart Investor, 3 days ago India's crazy retrospective tax on foreign funds will tarnish country's reputation Livemint.com, 3 days ago
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By Andy Mukherjee While ATMs in India are still waiting to get refilled, analysts' spreadsheets are finally getting populated. The high-frequency statistics they need to weigh the impact of the country's bizarre currency ban are slowly trickling ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Pick a number. It's earnings season in cashless India Emirates-Business.ae, 5 days ago India's 'Heaven Only Knows' Earnings Season Bloomberg, 1 week ago The Heaven Only Knows Earnings Season Bloomberg-Quint, 1 week ago
By Andy Mukherjee Three months ago, Gadfly advised India's state-run banks to stop lending because they didn't have the capital to keep up appearances. That was before the surprise November 8 cash ban, which led to a deluge of low-cost deposits ...Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Indian Banks' Credit Fantasy Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago Indian Banks Credit Fantasy Bloomberg-Quint, 2 weeks ago
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By Andy Mukherjee An undesirable side-effect of the growth of private banking in Asia has been the dumbing down of bond investing. What in the US and Europe is still the preserve of sophisticated institutional investors has, in the ...Economic Times, 2 months ago
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