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Housing prices are again reaching for the skies; demand is stagnating. How much should prices fall for the market to be reasonably valued? When can that come about? Moneylife reporters and analysts offer some answers
After a brief period of calm and serenity, following the crash in the second half of 2008, exuberance and buoyancy have quickly returned to India’s financial and economic...
Birla Sun Life has launched a new open-ended equity scheme christened ‘Birla Sun Life India Reforms Fund’ which aims to capitalise on the government’s long-term goal of liberalisation, including divestment of public sector undertakings (PSUs). The Fund seeks to focus on companies that are expected to benefit from economic reforms, PSU disinvestment and increased government spending on...
In 2006-07, many global funds were launched. How have they done?
Global markets have been beset with many problems in the past few weeks—Goldman Sachs’ alleged fraud, Greece’s debt troubles, Icelandic volcanoes, etc, and a trading error that hurtled the Dow Jones Industrial Average down more than 1,000 points. Concerns over Greece’s debt are overshadowing the tottering finances of Portugal,...