Optics of Demonetisation
The RBI has claimed that Rs 2,000 notes are being withdrawn from circulation as they have served their purpose of meeting cash requirements after the 2016 demonetisation. But declining circulation figures indicate that the note was already on its way out. Is there something more than meets the eye?
Rajat Mishra - May 30, 2023
Crisis In The Middle
Has the world’s sixth-largest economy, that has been chasing the elusive double-digit growth for two decades, failed its tens of millions of citizens aspiring to lead a middle-class life?
Suchetana Ray - September 30, 2021
'The mind is far more open to contrary ideas when you are not doing well'
At Outlook Business’ Investment Summit, Prashant Jain, CIO and executive director at HDFC Mutual Fund shares why he remains confident about his contrarian view
July 26, 2021
Will the MFI sector survive the acts of god and man?
It has been put through the wringer over the past decade, with each battering more damaging than the earlier one
V Keshavdev - October 09, 2020
India's first cashless village still struggles for drinking water, with residents even making perilous descent into an old well for a pot
May 09, 2019
By choosing to focus on quality over valuation, Shreyash Devalkar has consistently managed to outperform the market
Prathamesh Mulye - February 12, 2019
Moment Of Reckoning
The BJP is anxious as Congress hopes to cash in on rising anti-incumbency. And the allies are watching the game closely
N Mahalakshmi - February 14, 2019
In a bit of a tangle
Even as demonetisation and GST have put the brakes on Tirupur’s growth, exporters are now looking inwards to improve their global competitiveness
Kripa Mahalingam - January 30, 2019
Urjit Patel's impersonal exit
The government’s demand for transfer of Rs.360,000 crore from its reserves is Plan B for the failure of demonetisation
N Mahalakshmi - December 11, 2018
Too Little Too Late
Government’s move to offer MSMEs loans under an hour will do little to improve their fortunes
November 06, 2018