Moneycontrol decodes Budget 2021 with ‘Rebuilding India’

The financial news platform will break down the impact of The Union Budget on markets, businesses and the common man through rolling coverage by its journalists

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Jan 28, 2021 3:33 PM  | 3 min read
Moneycontrol Budget 2021

In the New Year, people and businesses across industries have their hopes pinned on the forthcoming Union Budget—billed by no less than the finance minister as a Budget Like Never Before—to be unveiled on February 1, 2021. Moneycontrol has been decoding the vital elements of the upcoming Budget 2021-22 through a theme named Rebuilding India—a special coverage that will look deeply into the exercise by not just mapping the pulse of the market, but also making sense of it for the industry and common man.

As the go-to destination for all finance and business news, Moneycontrol has already presented the Moneycontrol Manifesto, outlining a raft of measures required to make the economy humming again. Moneycontrol’s Pitch Report has captured the state of various sectors and what they expect from the budget; Captain’s Views has collated the views and expectations of some of India Inc’s biggest industry names; and the Dil Chahta Hai series takes an exhaustive look at what individuals and traders want from the market. Macros and Markets panel discussion features experts on what the budget means for the capital market and what investors should expect from the budget. All of this, our rolling coverage of the budget and more have been housed in a comprehensive, special Budget 2021 microsite.

On Budget Day, Moneycontrol readers can look forward to live streaming of the finance minister’s speech and minute-by-minute analyses of the impact of the budget. Moneycontrol will also explain in detail the key announcements of the budget and what they mean for each sector and individuals, including their personal finances.

Commenting on the same, Binoy Prabhakar, Editor, Moneycontrol, said, “Moneycontrol has always aimed at helping our readers understand financial events that matter to them. There is a lot riding on Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s budget as it will not only have to address the needs of an economy battered by the budget but set the tone for the future. Our Rebuilding India budget theme has been designed with these factors in mind. We have lined up a strong list of industry captains, financial analysts, corporate lawyers and fund managers who along with our editors will help our readers make sense of the budget and take well-informed financial decisions.”

Moneycontrol’s Rebuilding India budget coverage will decode the most important financial event of the year for investors, traders, business owners, students and the common man.  Moneycontrol will help its readers make informed investment, and financial decisions regarding Budget 2021. Moneycontrol on Union Budget 2021 is partnered by Kotak Mutual Fund and the associate partners are SMC, Samsung and Volvo.

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