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Nilesh Shah

The writer is managing director, Kotak AMC Ltd.

An Expert Explains: Road to India’s economic recovery from Covid-19 pandemic
Wed, Dec 23, 2020

Ahead of the Budget, one of India’s top capital markets experts writes an open letter to Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, listing a dozen ways to raise funds to finance India’s recovery from the pandemic.

An Expert Explains: The road to economic recovery
Mon, Nov 02, 2020

The return of economic activity and declining active Covid-19 cases in India have raised hopes of recovery. Yet a second wave in Europe and US raise concerns. What is the way forward for businesses and investors?

An Expert Explains: Why Indian markets are rising despite the Covid-19 pandemic
Wed, Jul 22, 2020

The coronavirus is spreading, there are very few green shoots, lockdowns are getting increasingly local, and yet the markets are rising. What this means for the nation’s economy — and your money. Nilesh Shah explains

History headline: Reading elections on Dalal Street
Sun, Mar 31, 2019

Today, the market is pricing in a reform-oriented, stable government pivoting around one national party, and so, there will be material move on the day of the poll result if the actual result ends up being different.

A budget for Bharat and India
Tue, Feb 05, 2019

Both fiscal prudence and growth have remained priorities.

Union Budget 2017: More money with people will boost consumption
Sun, Feb 05, 2017

The finance minister also lowered tax rate, leaving more money into the hands of taxpayers to give consumption a boost.

Domestic markets continue to fare better against global peers
Fri, Dec 25, 2015

The economy should be able to overcome the US Fed rate hike and some rebound in commodities.

A few right steps
Mon, Dec 26, 2011

What we should do to retrieve the India story

It’s execution time now
Mon, Mar 01, 2010

The budget has managed to walk the tightrope between divergent objectives — growth,inflation and fiscal prudence — quite well. Now let actions match words....

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