The Curious Case Of High Debt And Low Interest Rates
On one hand the world is swarming in debt, on the other hand the interest rates are now at its lowest ever. Why are loan takers being incentivised for going into debt?
Rajiv Ranjan Singh - October 31, 2021
“The issue with unwinding of low interest rates is well understood but the outcome is not"
When everyone seems to be watching new economy rising stars, HDFC AMC's Prashant Jain is betting his money on old economy strong businesses
N Mahalakshmi - August 04, 2021
Is P/E relevant or a relic?
It may be just a number but it causes heated debates. One side says that it takes too much but gives too little, while the other swears by its miracle-working power
July 26, 2021
Have interest rates bottomed out in India?
The US 10-year bond yield has been climbing and the Indian 10-year is following suit
March 13, 2021
Sunil Singhania on why boring sectors such as utility are going to get attractive
Amidst a volatile stock market, experts including Abakkus Asset Management founder Sunil Singhania are seeing opportunity, while proceeding with caution
Prathamesh Mulye - April 11, 2020
Where the rich are investing
Despite volatility, equity and debt are still the darlings of the ultra rich, but the flavour of the season is clearly alternative investments
Krishna Gopalan - November 14, 2018
With uncertainty at its peak, 2019 promises to be an edge-of-the-seat thriller
N Mahalakshmi - November 09, 2018
Analysts expect a bounceback in Sensex earnings post demonetisation
January 23, 2017
Echoes from Africa
If the US 10-year yield moves higher than 2.60%, it will mark the beginning of a secular bear bond market
William H Gross - January 12, 2017
"Credit growth is not going to pick up just by reducing rates"
Insights from India's leading private wealth advisors at Outlook Business’ 5th annual roundtable, Upper Crest - Part 2
N Mahalakshmi - November 29, 2016