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India Inc will have to live with a new normal as the rupee cedes ground to the dollar

The currency has gained 4% YTD, rallying close to a 17-month high versus the dollar

Many stocks are trading at a low price but one should be wary of buying them

After a year around the 60 mark, the rupee has fallen 7% over fears of growing CAD and FII sell-off

Vikas Ecotech’s promoter disposes of shares worth Rs.159 million as the stock takes a beating after a dismal September quarter

India's renewable power story faces a nasty twist as rupee heads south

Even as Persistent Systems hits a 52-week low following a weak September quarter and exposure to IL&FS, promoter Anand Deshpande hikes his stake 

Higher disposable rural income and easy availability of consumer financing schemes could bring in more sales this season

Oil marketing companies have hit a 52-week low on the back of hardening crude and rupee depreciation

With airline stocks reeling under rising crude and falling rupee, it could just be a long-term opportunity

Q1FY19 has logged GDP growth of 8.2%, kindling hopes of an economic revival

The rupee’s resilience has again been blown away by its oldest nemesis: rising crude and foreign outflows. The outlook for the next year is not pleasant either

Media stocks look set for a revival on the back of advertisement revenue from political campaigns

The pessimism that has engulfed the currency could end up taking stocks down a slippery path

Here is a list of stocks that have fallen in the small and mid-cap carnage despite reporting robust numbers

Mid-cap stocks have corrected much more than the broad market. Where should you bottom-fish?

The appreciating rupee could hit Indian apparel exporters hard

The central bank’s dry powder to defend the rupee may be inadequate

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

The current rise in the market has come in the face of a deprecating rupee and could be unsustainable

The central bank may be getting the blame for the plummeting rupee, but it is the faulty policies of UPA-II that have pushed the country into a vicious cycle of slow growth and low capital flows. Can we make it through this tempest?

Abysmal policy inaction by UPA-IIhas pushed the Reserve Bank, not to mention the country, into a very precarious position