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Live through 007’s adventures or retrace the bloody steps of GoT’s royals in travel packages that cost up to Rs.580,000 per head

A new framework for debt securities issuances is welcome but there is a need for a vibrant secondary market

American lawyer James Rickards shares his 'efficient market hypothesis'

Secret Diary of R Gopalakrishnan — Part 3

When he's not reading James Herriot books, Pricol's Chairman Vikram Mohan can be found with his four-pawed pals

Years of companionship has only strengthened Wizcraft International's Andre Timmins' bittersweet bond with his beloved dogs 

The bond bear market has begun, although not a dangerous one for bond investors

Today’s is a cynical bubble, built not on faith in a new era, but on overoptimism about the ability to get out before everyone else

Matthew Syed discovers that investigating one's failures can lead to success

The GMO co-founder on why fund managers could perforce end up investing in emerging markets

Pidilite Industries’ Fevikwik forges a new bond with its women customers

GMO’s co-founder and stoic polymath, Jeremy Grantham strongly believes in emerging markets

Brands get bolder on the web as digital advertising gains momentum

What traditional economic models & the financial markets need is more physics says James Owen Weatherall

Equity markets are priced for too much hope & high yield bond markets for too much growth

Secret Diary of Suresh Narayanan Part-2

Secret Diary Of Varun Berry Part-1

James Altucher explains how anyone can be Superman in his self-empowerment manifesto Choose Yourself  

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

All forms of “carry” in financial markets are compressed, resulting in artificially high asset prices

With recovery still proving to be elusive, the US Fed has no option but to unleash another round of QE just to keep the economy afloat

Record emerging market bond purchases by mutual funds reaching for yield and the tech bubble are bombs waiting to explode feels Fairfax's Prem Watsa 

Negative interest rates are real, but investors seem to think that they have a Zeno-like quality that will allow them to make money