Highlights of Business Today 1st December 2019, issue:
The latest issue of Business Today magazine carries a lead essay on India's Most Valuable Companies
Corporate India strengthened its resolve and tightened its belt, but slowdown hit market capitalisation of BT 500 companies for the first time in seven years. Read More at Crunch Time.
Top players in some sectors have seen a massive erosion in market value. Most may never go back to their past highs. Find out more at Free Fall.
In spite of growing challenges, information technology majors recorded the biggest jump in average market cap between October 2018 and September 2019. Read More at Sound Performance.
Apart from special stories on BT 500 companies, the December 1 edition of BT also covers other key issues.
The National Highways Authority of India is finding it difficult to sell assets due to economic slowdown and banking crisis. Read More at NHAI’s Monetisation Gambit.
The Cabinet has approved the establishment of a distress fund to help developers complete unfinished residential real estate projects. To know more, read Real Estate: Helping Hand.
India remains the world's third-largest start-up hub after the US and China with nearly 52 start-ups having the potential to become unicorns. Read more at Counting Unicorns.
All this and much more in the December 1, 2019 issue of Business Today. So buy now!
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