Linkfest:June 08, 2012

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

China cuts interest rates (WSJ)

Reliance may find it difficult to keep promises (ET)

Direct tax collections rise in May (BS)

Sundaram Clayton not so Sundar (NeerajMarathe)

Three investment ideas to avoid or sell short (DailyReckoning)

Fed spoils the party (Moneygame)

What Bank CEOs create most and least value (BigPicture)


Linkfest:June 07, 2012

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

Reliance AGM today:Whats on the agenda? (Moneycontrol)

Weak rupee hits foreign investors in India bonds (WSJ)

How the fake Rakesh Jhunjhunwala impressed the real one (ET)

Khalistan slogans raised at the Golden Temple (FinancialExpress)

You cannot recover if the pharmacy shuts at 6 pm (NileshShah)

Soros buying gold? (Bloomberg)

As Central Bank holds back, Europe scrambles on Spain (NYTimes)


Linkfest:June 06, 2012

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

Bollygarchs at bay-Tension between Delhi and industry (FT)

Petroleum regulator wants Reliances’ gas pipeline licences cancelled (BusinessLine)

Real Estate is a no-no in today’s scenario (FirstPost)

Plans for 2G Spectrum sale move forward (Mint)

RINL defers IPO in volatile market (FinancialExpress)

Negative interest rates-The real game (CapitalMind)

Spain says markets are shutting it out (Reuters)



Linkfest:June 05, 2012

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

India’s economic crisis by the numbers (WSJ)

A final interview with Brahmeshwar Nath (IndiaInk)

Moser Baer faces an existential crisis (ET)

RBI drops hint of a rate cut (Mint)

Schumpeter’s creative destruction meets Indian alter ego (Bloomberg)

How legendary traders/investors handled failure (SMBTraining)

The subprime studentĀ  loan bubble (DailyReckoning)


Linkfest:June 04, 2012

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

Gold surges to Rs.30000 (FirstPost)

RBI:India GDP growth could slow further (WSJ)

Europe has three months to save Euro:Soros (ET)

Euro Zone nears moment of truth (NYTimes)

Europe mulls major steps towards fiscal union (Reuters)

US S&P 500 break their 200 Day average (TRB)

Bollywood gossip of the week (RajeevMasand)