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10: What financial markets hope for in Budget 2021? | Part-1
10: What financial markets hope for in Budget 2021? | Part-1
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EPISODE 15

Hosted by Mitali Mukherjee, tune in to comprehensive coverage of finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Union Budget 2021-22 with a panel of experts, investors, industry leaders, an ... Read more

Hosted by Mitali Mukherjee, tune in to comprehensive coverage of finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Union Budget 2021-22 with a panel of experts, investors, industry leaders, and analysts. Read more

EPISODE 14

Hosted by Mitali Mukherjee, tune in to comprehensive coverage of finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Union Budget 2021-22 with a panel of experts, investors, industry leaders, an ... Read more

Hosted by Mitali Mukherjee, tune in to comprehensive coverage of finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Union Budget 2021-22 with a panel of experts, investors, industry leaders, and analysts. Read more

EPISODE 13

Hosted by Mitali Mukherjee, tune in to comprehensive coverage of finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Union Budget 2021-22 with a panel of experts, investors, industry leaders, an ... Read more

Hosted by Mitali Mukherjee, tune in to comprehensive coverage of finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Union Budget 2021-22 with a panel of experts, investors, industry leaders, and analysts. Read more

EPISODE 12

Hosted by Mitali Mukherjee, tune in to comprehensive coverage of finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Union Budget 2021-22 with a panel of experts, investors, industry leaders, an ... Read more

Hosted by Mitali Mukherjee, tune in to comprehensive coverage of finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Union Budget 2021-22 with a panel of experts, investors, industry leaders, and analysts. Read more

EPISODE 11

Governments across the world are spending their way out of the present covid-19 triggered crisis. India’s central government hasn’t made a big splash with spending, given fiscal co ... Read more

Governments across the world are spending their way out of the present covid-19 triggered crisis. India’s central government hasn’t made a big splash with spending, given fiscal constraints. The economy got its booster shot largely through credit, rather than fiscal support. But now, with the recovery setting in, the economy requires its fiscal dose and markets are ready with their list of must-dos for the finance minister. Joining our moderator Mitali Mukherjee are Pranjul Bhandari (chief India economist, HSBC), Neelkanth Mishra (India strategist and co-head of equity strategy, Asia Pacific, at Credit Suisse), R Sivakumar (head-fixed income at Axis Mutual Fund) and Vetri Subramaniam (head – equity at UTI Mutual Fund). Read more

EPISODE 10

Should there be a bank recap plan in the Budget? Or should the government announce privatization of major state-owned banks? What else can/should the Budget do to create a financia ... Read more

Should there be a bank recap plan in the Budget? Or should the government announce privatization of major state-owned banks? What else can/should the Budget do to create a financial system that can support higher growth and job creation? How can the budget aid in better financial intermediation - banking or markets? Tune into the Mint panel discussion on the big questions in banking and the economy as we approach Budget 2021. Joining our moderator Mitali Mukherjee are Ashish Chauhan (MD and CEO, BSE), Roopa Kudva (MD, Omidyar Network India), Aymar De Liedekerke Beaufort (CEO, BNP Paribas India) and Ananth Narayan (Associate Professor, SPJIMR) Read more

EPISODE 9

Should there be a bank recap plan in the Budget? Or should the government announce privatization of major state-owned banks? What else can/should the Budget do to create a financia ... Read more

Should there be a bank recap plan in the Budget? Or should the government announce privatization of major state-owned banks? What else can/should the Budget do to create a financial system that can support higher growth and job creation? How can the budget aid in better financial intermediation - banking or markets? Tune into the Mint panel discussion on the big questions in banking and the economy as we approach Budget 2021. Joining our moderator Mitali Mukherjee are Ashish Chauhan (MD and CEO, BSE), Roopa Kudva (MD, Omidyar Network India), Aymar De Liedekerke Beaufort (CEO, BNP Paribas India) and Ananth Narayan (Associate Professor, SPJIMR) Read more

EPISODE 8

Montek Singh Ahluwalia (Former Dy. Chairman of the erstwhile Planning Commission of India), Dr. Shankar Acharya (Former Chief Economic Advisor, GOI) and Sajjid Z. Chinoy (Chief Ind ... Read more

Montek Singh Ahluwalia (Former Dy. Chairman of the erstwhile Planning Commission of India), Dr. Shankar Acharya (Former Chief Economic Advisor, GOI) and Sajjid Z. Chinoy (Chief India Economist, JP Morgan) take on the single biggest issue that confronts the country: What we must do to revive our Covid-crunched economy. There are some prickly policy matters we must urgently address, such as our fiscal response to the current economic crisis, what it implies to the government’s budgeting, and whether our legal restrictions on fiscal deficits need revision—or even outright rejection. There is no escape from tough calls at this crucial juncture of the Indian economy’s emergence story, and what stance policymakers adopt could shape our economic prospects for years to come. Tune into this episode for more. Read more

EPISODE 7

Montek Singh Ahluwalia (Former Dy. Chairman of the erstwhile Planning Commission of India), Dr. Shankar Acharya (Former Chief Economic Advisor, GOI) and Sajjid Z. Chinoy (Chief Ind ... Read more

Montek Singh Ahluwalia (Former Dy. Chairman of the erstwhile Planning Commission of India), Dr. Shankar Acharya (Former Chief Economic Advisor, GOI) and Sajjid Z. Chinoy (Chief India Economist, JP Morgan) take on the single biggest issue that confronts the country: What we must do to revive our Covid-crunched economy. There are some prickly policy matters we must urgently address, such as our fiscal response to the current economic crisis, what it implies to the government’s budgeting, and whether our legal restrictions on fiscal deficits need revision—or even outright rejection. There is no escape from tough calls at this crucial juncture of the Indian economy’s emergence story, and what stance policymakers adopt could shape our economic prospects for years to come. Tune into this episode for more. Read more

EPISODE 6

Ahead of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s third budget, a key question is whether India will increase defence spending and by how much in FY 2021-22. Tensions with China are s ... Read more

Ahead of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s third budget, a key question is whether India will increase defence spending and by how much in FY 2021-22. Tensions with China are simmering. It has emerged as the key strategic challenge for India. Besides seeking parity with the US in military terms in Asia by 2027, Beijing is also putting in big money into Artificial Intelligence, space and cutting edge technologies like drone swarms. With the Indian economy just recovering from the Covid-19 shock, where are the resources for the defence sector going to come from? From the borders to cyberspace, how can India counter the China challenge? Join this LIVE panel discussion in Mint’s marathon run-up to the Union Budget coverage for answers these and other questions. Joining our moderator Mitali Mukherjee live for this conversation are PS Raghavan (Former Chairman, National Security Advisory Board), Dr Laxman Kumar Behera (Associate Professor, Special Centre for National Security Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University), G.Mohan Kumar (Former Defence Secretary),  Dr Rajeshwari Rajagopalan  (Distinguished Fellow and Head, Nuclear and Space Policy Initiative, Observer Research Foundation) and Lt Gen (Retd) S L Narasimhan (Director General, Centre for Contemporary China Studies). Read more

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