Ashish Pandey

Ashish Pandey works for Financial Express Online and has nearly 8 years of experience with some of the leading media organisations, corporate houses and startups. He has covered a wide variety of subjects including politics, economy, industry, stock market, personal finance, foreign affairs, cinema and brands. Ashish spends his time reading books, drawing caricatures and writing poetry.

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Budget 2018 Q&A: ‘Dividend distribution tax at receiver’s end not much useful, won’t raise collections’

Budget 2018 is just around the corner and there are speculative reports claiming Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is considering doing away with the distinction between tax on long-and short-term capital gains or raising the hol

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Will 2-year audit ban on Price Waterhouse help realise Modi’s dream of creating a desi ‘Big 4’?

In July 2017, Modi had said, "People talk of the Big 4 accounting firms. Sadly, there is no Indian firm there. By 2022, let us have a Big 8, where four firms are Indian."

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Mark Zuckerberg bats for Bitcoin, says cryptocurrency putting power into people’s hands; is he missing the point though?

Social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Reddit have been major gainers in terms of social traffic courtesy dramatic rise in the worth of different cryptocurrencies lately.

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GST collections fall in November: Does government have a problem at hand? Maybe not

The November goods and services tax (GST) collections declined to Rs 80,808 crore, down from around Rs 83,350 crore revenue collected in October.

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Rupee becomes stronger, gains nearly 400 paise against US dollar in 2017

The Indian rupee this year has outperformed its Asian peers this year. So far this year, the rupee has gained 6.11% against the US dollar joining the best performing emerging market currencies.

Forget 20% gain; Sensex, Nifty may even fall 20% in 2018, says Deepak Shenoy, but you can still make money

Those who expect Sensex and Nifty to sustain upward momentum and offer nearly 27%-28% returns in 2018 as well should be up for a shock as higher interest rates may slow down the bull run in the year to come, market expert Dee

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As inflation soars, crude oil prices rise, bond yields too likely to shoot up further

As the oil prices rise further, inflation will get under further pressure and this would widen the fiscal deficit forcing the government to borrow more from the market.

Sensex, Nifty won’t rally any further, but these select stocks may still offer great opportunities

Sensex and Nifty may have offered 27%-28% returns this year till date, but the rally won’t sustain any longer, says Gemstone Equity Research & Advisory Services’ Consultant Technical Analyst Milan Vaishnav, CMT, MSTA to F

Nomura, Macquarie cheer for Tata Motors on stellar Jaguar Land Rover sales

After Jaguar Land Rover on Thursday reported a 10 percent growth in November sales driven primarily by the introduction of the new Land Rover Discovery and the Range Rover Vela, the global brokerages offered a thumbs up to th

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Happy with 2017 stock market gain? Sensex, Nifty headed for 20% return in 2018 too: Sandip Sabharwal

For those cheering Sensex’s and Nifty’s 27%-28% returns so far in the current year 2017, there is more good news: the headline indices may return a further 20% gain in the next year 2018 too, riding on the back of growing

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