By Vishwanath Pandey TAPMI- PGDM 1st year, Sec 1 After the dual shock of Demonetisation and GST, the power sector finally showed some signs of recovery this August. The industrial output which showed negative growth in June 2017 due to GST had … Continue reading Power Tariff Analysis – A perspective on JSW and Suzlon
Meaning - The estimated value of a company if it were to be taken private or acquired. A firm's takeout value considers various metrics, such as cash flows, assets, earnings and multiples used in similar takeovers. The mergers and acquisitions environment can also affect the takeout value of a company. There is no exact formula … Continue reading #Fincabulary 22 – Takeout Value
-By Shruti Dhumal & Ryan Rego (SIES College of Management Studies, Mumbai) INTRODUCTION Conventionally under traditional finance, it is assumed that people are rational and make logical decisions while investing and that they are unbiased when it comes to determining the price of a security. However, that is not usually the case. There are certain … Continue reading WHAT MAKES AN INVESTOR TICK?
By – Ishan Kekre The problem of twin deficits has pestered past Indian governments and was a problem of grave concern for the UPA-2 government. Without further ado, I would like to talk about what twin deficits really are? The twin deficit comprises of fiscal and current account deficit. The fiscal deficit is the total … Continue reading Enigma of Twin Deficits!