In this show, CNBC-TV18 turns the spotlight on interesting developments and trends in the market so that viewers get actionable information to make informed decisions.
It cuts through the noise with in-depth analysis and navigates the uncertain environment to help you make smart investment choices.
As the decade winds down in the grip of a global pandemic, Indian companies have taken a hit in the past 10 years. But, there are a few unsung heroes and Anuj Singhal puts the spotlight on one such company in "Off The Charts".
Next, in Midcap Microscope, Nigel D'Souza explains why Just Dial needs to re-invent its business model to make a comeback to its glory days.
In the week gone by, Vedanta failed to garner the number of shares required to successfully complete its delisting process to exit Dalal Street. The company needed 90 percent shares and it fell short of that threshold. CNBC-TV18's Nimesh Shah digs deeper into the delisting process and why Vedanta failed to pull through it.
Following this, Sumaira Abidi speaks about market capitalisation and what it actually means.
In corporate parlance, a company undertakes a demerger to segregate some of its operations to realise untapped value. The Adani Group did just this five years ago. Nimesh Shah tracks the journey.
Thereafter, Mangalam Maloo analyses the trends on Consumption Corner as the sale of haldi, chawanprash and honey have seen a huge spurt since the coronavirus outbreak. These products are flying off the shelves as many Indians embark on a quest to enhance their immunity.