Neuro-economics aims to bridge the gap between brain science, psychology and economics.
The "CAPE or Cyclically Adjusted PE Ratio", also known as "Shiller’s PE ratio", was introduced in 1988 by economists Professor Robert Shiller and John Y. Campbell as an improvement upon the classic Price/Earnings 'PE' ratio.
Market Capitalization refers to the market value of a firm’s outstanding shares.
Correlation measures the strength of the relationship between two variables or entities or asset-class, without making a statement about cause and effect.
Monetary Policy concerns the decisions taken by Central Banks (For e.g. RBI, ECB, Federal Reserve etc. ) to influence the cost and availability of money in an economy.
Union Budget is one of the most anticipated financial event, which is closely tracked. As much as we give importance to its announcements and key highlights, it is equally pertinent to understand the underlying terminologies.
VIX or CBOE (Chicago Board Options Exchange) Volatility Index is a measure of market’s expectation of volatility in the near term.
When it comes to investing, most people generally think of investing in traditional investments such as bonds, cash, and equities, among others.
PMS or Portfolio Management Services is a more specialized and personalized investment portfolio designed for high-net-worth individuals.
Portfolio Management Services (PMS) is an investment portfolio in stocks, fixed income, debt, cash, structured products and other individual securities managed by
The FY23 budget should be seen as a continuation of the FY22 budget which was universally hailed as a
As per a recent CRISIL report, capex by specialty chemicals is expected to rise by 50% in FY22. This reflects the strong potential of India’s specialty chemicals sector as domestic manufacturers are emerging as credible suppliers to companies globally.
Last week, Square decided to acquire Afterpay for $29 billion. Afterpay began operations in Australia in October 2014 and got listed in May 2016 at a valuation of $125 million. It is one of the pioneers in the “Buy Now Pay Later” or BNPL space. As the name suggests, BNPL enables paying later for a purchase. At the time of checkout itself, customers get to know whether a BNPL provider can enable them to pay in instalments. While there is no upfront fee for the customer, a fee is levied for delays. BNPL providers charge retailers a fee for every transaction, which forms the majority of providers’ revenues. Hence, unlike credit card customers, BNPL customers don’t cross-subsidise one another; instead, the merchant bears the cost for everyone. This proposition has resonated particularly well with the millennials.
The emerging internet economy is fundamentally changing the way consumers and businesses interact with each other. The implications of this megatrend are enormous. It is disrupting traditional businesses in more ways than one. A new crop of digital-native, mobile-first companies is emerging and scaling up at warp speed, enabled by a world-class, frictionless payments ecosystem. In general, there can be large value creation opportunities in disruptive, technology-enabled, emerging business models, and these will become a larger part of the market over the next 5-10 years. Given the heterogeneous nature of business models, there will be large winners and losers.