Interview with Jigar Shah Business Standard, 2 months ago
By Geo Tharappel Feb 16 (Reuters) - The Indonesian stock index was marginallylower on Thursday, after the much-watched first round electionfor Jakarta governor produced no clear outcome, while most otherSoutheast Asian markets rose in line with Asian peers.Sify, 4 days ago SE Asia Stocks-Indonesia snaps seven-day losing streak; S'pore falls Sify, 1 month ago
Investors also appreciate the role being played by the founders; analysts, too, remain unperturbed. Image: CEO Vishal Sikka with Infosys founder N R Narayana Murthy. Large investors of Infosys, both in India and abroad, have come out in support of Chief Executive Officer Vishal Sikka, and said the promoters and board of directors should back him to execute his strategy. They have also asked for clarification on the role of founders not associated with the company in an executive role, while ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Besides Budget, markets will be driven by global events and the outcome of assembly elections. As the Narendra Modi-led government prepares to present the Budget on February 1 after the big bang demonetisation move in November, the markets have clawed back from their recent December lows with the S&P BSE Sensex rallying nearly six per cent to over 27,200 levels. The rally in the mid-and small-cap indices has been sharper with the S&P BSE Mid-cap and the S&P BSE Small-cap indices ...Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
'The challenge in India will be reviving consumption/investment.''If the negative surprise in earnings is very sharp or lasts longer than March, it can trigger a sharp sell-off.' IMAGE: In a worst-case scenario, the Nifty can slip around 10% says Jigar Shah, CEO, Maybank Kin Eng Securities. Photograph: Reuters The markets are not pricing in the possibility of a downward revision in corporate earnings due to demonetisation, says Jigar Shah, chief executive officer, Maybank Kim Eng Securities, ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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