ET Now welcomes New Year with ‘Outlook 2016’

MUMBAI:  ET Now is all set to welcome the New Year with an array of exclusive programming that will help investors across classes to analyze the performance of the markets and business in the year gone by and more importantly devise their strategy for the year ahead.


Along with the sound perspective of the channel’s anchors, global and national experts like ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, market expert Ramesh Damani, Energy Consultants founder and chairman of FGE Dr. Fereidun Fesharaki, opinions from Morgan Stanley, Aberdeen Asset Management and other leading firms will also be featured through the week starting 25 December 2015 on Outlook 2016. The key highlight of the series is that the interests of investors across the spectrum will be addressed to ensure an authoritative point of view, reliable perspectives and overall sound investing advice.


The Outlook 2016 special line up includes:


TOP 10 OF 2015: ET Now will capture the headliners of 2015 through Top 10 of 2015. Anchor Supriya Shrinate will take the viewers through a roundup of all the major events, news and policies that impacted the financial circles during the year.


Brand Equity Special: Ace anchor and host of the show, Sonali Krishna does a quick recap of everything that happened in the world of Marketing and Advertising in this special episode. Look out for all the stalwarts of the industry looking back at all the hits, misses and everything in between


Big Bull on 2016: ET Now’s Financial Markets Chief Editor Nikunj Dalmia, will be seen in exclusive in a one-on-one conversation with Rakesh Jhunjhunwala to get him to share some expert views on why the year 2016 is slated to be the Mother of All Bull Runs.


Market Makers Special: ET Now’s Nikunj Dalmia will speak to Ramesh Damani about his ideas, mantras and top tips for the New Year on market makers special.


Global Outlook 2016: To answer every possible query on the global investor front, ET Now anchor Tanvir Gill will be seen interacting with elite global fund managers and market experts in a 5-episode series on Global Outlook 2016.The experts will share their thoughts on investor expectation for the year, the reforms and policies which could possibly attract international investments that drive the economy.


The Big FII View: Tanvir Gill will present investment ideas on her show, The Big FII View. The views and ideas will be something unique as they will be coming in from scholars hailing from Aberdeen Asset Management, which is one of the biggest foreign institutes currently.


Brokerage View– Morgan Stanley: Morgan Stanley is a name that needs no introduction and ET Now anchor Niraj Shah will bring a comprehensive 360-degree view on factors influencing the markets across multiple aspects directly from this leading investment house.


View from the Deck: As we set sail off the shores of Mumbai, we try and figure out how far away is the horizon for Indian equities. Catch a slew of experts analyze the year ahead for equities as an asset class in 2016 with ET Now’s Ayesha Faridi.


Investors Guide Special: To give a personalized view on finance for individuals, Faye D’Souza on a special episode of Investors Guide will lay down the path of different investment opportunities that viewers can look at.


Hot Commodities Special: With the crude oil prices impacting the global economy and all asset classes, Dr. Fereidun Fesharaki, will interact with anchor Manisha Gupta and give his expert views on Hot Commodities.


With the varied mix of programming catering to investors, influencers and anyone generally interested in the financial markets and the state of the economy, ET Now promises to capture the attention of all discerning viewers. Built on the foundation of speed, integrity and expertise, ET Now is all set to help the audience define their investing strategy for the year with the unique offering of Outlook 2016.

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