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The return of rate cut cacophony does not make sense and is more supported by theory than data

India is optimally placed to handle a Fed-induced spillover than it was any time since FY11

Insights from India's leading private wealth advisors at Outlook Business’ 4th annual roundtable, Upper Crest - Part 3

Former banker Satyajit Das weighs in on why low policy interest rates worldwide could be creating asset bubbles

Insights from India's leading private wealth advisors at Outlook Business’ 5th annual roundtable, Upper Crest - Part 2

Sunil Singhania believes the worst is over and that the stage is set for equities to thrive on a strong macro

The Walmart-Flipkart deal was much-needed validation that Indian start-ups can scale and this has stoked the interest of global investors

Despite volatility, equity and debt are still the darlings of the ultra rich, but the flavour of the season is clearly alternative investments

With uncertainty at its peak, 2019 promises to be an edge-of-the-seat thriller

India’s cashew industry, crippled by bad loans and high interest, stands at a precarious point

The anti-encroachment drive in Delhi may be in public interest but the implementation is rather callous

The focus on affordable housing has fuelled interest in housing finance stocks, which have gained 65% in a year

Analysts expect a bounceback in Sensex earnings post demonetisation

If the US 10-year yield moves higher than 2.60%, it will mark the beginning of a secular bear bond market

An extract from Duvvuri Subbarao's book 'Who Moved My Interest Rate?'

Insights from India's leading private wealth advisors at Outlook Business’ 5th annual roundtable, Upper Crest - Part 1

Global populism is the wave of the future, but it has taken a wrong turn in America

Kotak Institutional Equities recommends increasing exposure to select automobiles, banks, mortgage-finance NBFCs and regulated utilities

A spur in gold investments has fuelled the yellow metal's demand in the west 

In an all-new avatar, English daily DNA is looking to impress readers with its interest-based coverage

Most financial innovation doesn't add much value and has increasingly become a Ponzi scheme

The covert ‘financial oppression’ by central banks is creating a inegalitarian society

Low interest rates may raise asset prices, but they destroy savings and liability based business models

With order books of capital goods companies rising, investors believe earnings, too, will improve, due to benign interest rates

A frothy market and the spectre of negative interest rates continue to confound investors

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