Emerging Markets Asia, by Guneet Singh Sahni
Senior Analyst - Emerging Asian Markets, Specializing in India
Guneet Singh Sahni is a post graduate Management Degree holder from ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad, ranked as one of the top 10 business schools of India.
He started his career in KPMG and has been following the Indian equity market for the last five years. He is currently working for Adventity Research, tracking the Indian Defense & Infrastructure Sector. Adventity is the leading provider of fully integrated strategic services to a diverse global business community, including some of the world's top financial institutions and Global 1000 companies.
"Wall Street Greek is thrilled to fill what was a void in our global markets coverage with Mr. Sahni. "The Greek" is an enthusiast of individuals like Guneet, because they share his passion for the markets, strong work ethic, vision and they dare to dream big."
Sahni's Research Portfolio:
- China - Signs of a Collapsed Export Driven Growth Model
- Terror Strikes Mumbai - Economic Impact
- India Down but Not Out
- Asian Banks Weigh Lehman Exposure
- What Asia Should Learn from Wall Street's Crisis
- India's Economic Growth Falls Below 8%
- India Q2 Review - Reason for Rise
- Stagflation Grips Asian Economies
- Japan Market Strategy - Slipping Into Recession
- China Market Strategy - Chinese Stocks Collapse
- Indian Market Strategy - India Outperforms
- Asia - Weekly Strategy
- India Equity Market Briefing
- Asian Stocks Outperform
- Is China Ready for a Post Olympic Downturn?
- Indian Markets Show Confidence
- Asian Markets Briefing
- Asian Growth Engines Face Challenges and Stiff Inflation
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