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State of the Economy: Global Markets
Published on Jan 28, 2013
Wharton’s Mauro Guillen says the U.S. economy is likely to get stronger in 2013, but he expects economic and fiscal troubles to persist in Europe. The world economy could also suffer from the economic slowdown in the major emerging markets in China, India and Brazil.
Market Guru With Suresh Mahadevan – Indian Market Numbers
Published on Jan 11, 2013
UBS Securities’ Suresh Mahadevan joins Vivek Law on Market Guru to analyse the markets & the numbers that one could expect in 2013. In this segment, Mahadevan discusses the Nifty numbers one could expect in the future and the sectors that UBS is backing.
Market Guru with Ratnesh Kumar – The 2013 Portfolio Strategy
Ratnesh Kumar, Standard Chartered Securities’, CEO anticipates inflation to trend down & stays bullish on financials & realty.
Grant Thornton 2012 Global Private Equity Report
The report provides insight into private equity general partners‘ expectations for numerous aspects of the fundraising and investment cycle.
Harish HV — Partner, Corporate Finance, Grant Thornton in India said, “Private equity in emerging markets is challenging because of the governance risks and the absence of deep capital and M&A markets to enable exits. An understanding of the local situation is key to success in these markets.”
Conversations with History: The Subtle Art of Dharma
Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes author Gurcharan Das for a discussion of his new book, The Difficulty of Being Good. Reflecting on his intellectual odyssey, Gurcharan Das elucidates his purpose in writing an extended commentary on the Indian epic, the Mahabharata. In the conversation, he also discusses the complex nature of the characters in the epic and the dilemmas posed by their failings and the constraints of the human condition. He concludes with a discussion of the lessons he learned for his own spiritual development and for understanding the moral dilemmas confronting modern societies.
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