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Jagannarayan Padmanabhan, Director, Crisil Infrastructure Advisory
Jagannarayan Padmanabhan, Director, Crisil Infrastructure Advisory

Coronavirus Impact : Irreversible damage done to aviation sector

According to Jagannarayan Padmanabhan, Director, Crisil Infrastructure Advisory, the current situation is unprecedented. All aspects of the aviation sector are taking a hit - Airlines, retail , airport operations. The issue is quite unclear as to when this will end and what irreversible damage it will do to the sector. He adds that the aviation sector in India is quite fragile, a few are still in the startup mode and others were already challenged for operation. The post-corona world for the aviation sector will look drastically different.

Rajiv Bhatia, Distinguished Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, Gateway House
Rajiv Bhatia, Distinguished Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, Gateway House

Coronavirus: External and global dynamics

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has designated Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) a ‘pandemic.’ Ambassador Rajiv Bhatia, Distinguished Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, Gateway House in this dispatch points out that Coronavirus is a global challenge and the Government of India is monitoring the situation and taking necessary steps for containment of the virus. He also discusses the China factor where India is taking a sober view while highlighting the need for regional cooperation through SAARC and global cooperation through G20 - both multilateral cooperations were suggested by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Seshagiri Rao, Jt Managing Director, JSW Steel
Seshagiri Rao, Jt Managing Director, JSW Steel

Has Coronavirus hit JSW Steel's business? Shesagiri Rao explains

On the sidelines of Mint Investment Summit 2020, Seshagiri Rao, Jt Managing Director, JSW Steel, talked about the impact of coronavirus on metals. Rao said, “After the outbreak of coronavirus, consumption has slowed down and that is why inventories went up. Hence, we are witnessing a reduction in prices within China and that sentiment is reflection outside China.” Watch the video for more details.

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Abhay Pandey explained that Unit economics is critical right from a company creation
Abhay Pandey explained that Unit economics is critical right from a company creation

Where do fund managers invest amid slowdown? A91's Abhay Pandey answers

On the sidelines of the Mint Investment Summit 2020, Abhay Pandey, General Partner, A91 Partners, explains the strategy to get the right Unit economics. Pandey explained that Unit economics is critical right from a company creation. Pandey also explained where fund managers can invest amid slowdown. Watch the full video for more details.

How to deal with Coronavirus-induced bloodbath in markets.
How to deal with Coronavirus-induced bloodbath in markets.

How to deal with Coronavirus-induced bloodbath in markets: Money With Monika

While dealing with the ongoing global slowdown and trade skirmishes, financial markets have been dealt a fresh blow due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As indices remain in the red, with an uncertain outlook, what should your strategy be regarding your investments? Watch the full episode for personal finance expert Monika Halan's advice. Monika Halan is consulting editor, Mint, and author of the book 'Let's Talk Money'.

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How to deal with Coronavirus fallout on markets.
How to deal with Coronavirus fallout on markets.

Coming soon: How to deal with Coronavirus fallout on markets | Money With Monika

The Coronavirus pandemic has had a severe effect on financial markets. Last week, the BSE and NSE had to halt trading for a brief period of time after a fall in the indexes triggered a 'circuit breaker'. Similar scenes were witnessed in the US. In such a scenario, how should you react? To find out, stay tuned for Money With Monika's next episode, where personal finance expert Monika Halan will explain how you should handle your investments when markets get choppy. Monika Halan is consulting editor, Mint and author of the book 'Let's Talk Money'.

The decision was taken during the 39th GST Council meeting held on Saturday in New Delhi
The decision was taken during the 39th GST Council meeting held on Saturday in New Delhi

GST on mobile phones hiked to 18% from 12%: Nirmala Sitharaman

Mobile phones are all set to get expensive after the centre’s decision to hike the Good and Services Tax (GST) on cellular handsets to 18% from the current 12%. The decision was taken during the 39th GST Council meeting held on Saturday in New Delhi. Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman chaired the meeting also attended by finance ministers of States & UTs and senior officers from both center and states.

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'Investors should be patient to beat markets volatility': Hemendra Kothari
'Investors should be patient to beat markets volatility': Hemendra Kothari

'Investors should be patient to beat markets volatility': Hemendra Kothari

Investment banker and founder of DSP Group Hemendra Kothari said India has both opportunities and challenges, adding that reduction in taxes is commendable. Speaking on coronavirus, Kothari said that the issue of the deadly virus' outbreak is serious and India needs to be cautious. He further said that investors should be patient to beat markets volatility and one should invest when markets are down.

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