If the months gone by, between January and June 2016 are a yardstick to measure the success of the commercial real estate market in India, then certainly the H1 of this year has surpassed previous records.Read More..
With the holy month of Shravan coming to a close, the people of India are gearing themselves for the onset of colourful festivities. Come September, and our cities will be vibrant with the sounds of drums and cymbals as we welcome the benevolent elephant-headed god – Ganesha.Read More..
There is a new breed of Gen Y investors these days – the ones that are dividend-driven and would rather forgo their dream of the latest wheels that just hit the market. With savings anywhere between Rs. 10 to Rs. 12 lakhs neatly tucked away in their books of accounts, these tech-savvy investors would rather park their monies in ‘virtual’ spaces in a commercial office building, than buy a house that would cost on an average anywhere between Rs 40 to Rs 45 lakhs.Read More..
The month of August marks the onset of the impending festivities that will be celebrated with much enthusiasm and fervor across the country. The start of the festivities will be marked with the Independence Day celebrations on August 15, followed by Rakshabandhan on August 18. But, undoubtedly, the most eagerly awaited festivities will be of Ganesh Chaturthi that will commence September 5.Read More..
On the morning of Friday June 24, 2016, the markets in India opened to the news of Brexit – the referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union (EU), which resulted in its exit from the EU. The aftermath of this resulted in choppy markets, wiping out close to an astounding Rs. 4 Lakh Crore of investors’ wealth, with the Sensex plunging down by almost 1058 points, on Friday morning. Undoubtedly, Britain had sent the global markets into a tizzy.Read More..