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ET Now lines up programming for Diwali

MUMBAI: In a bid to make the festive season more prosperous, business news channel ET Now has planned an array of programming for Diwali.

For one full week, viewers will get a 360-degree view as experts come together and provide insights on the surprises Samvat 2072 holds.

The channel will present a special program, ‘Market Makers Diwali Special’. Madhusudan Kela will give an analysis on what the year ahead will look like. He will be giving out information on the market trends, locally and globally.

The show will air on Tuesday, 10 November at 7:30 pm and on Wednesday 11 November at 8:30 pm.

ET Now will also bring ‘The Big Picture CIO Calculus’ to define the action taking place on the domestic institutional investor circuit during Samvat 2072. A CIO panel comprising Sunil Singhania, Navneet Munot, and S Naren will set the ball rolling with respect to the domestic funds’ flow movement on Tuesday, 10 November at 5 pm and on 11 November at 11 am.

‘Back to school’ will see the channel take experts Raamedo Agrawal and Nilesh Shah closer to the student fraternity as they give them tips and insights on the art and approach to investing. The show will air at Wednesday 11 November at 12 noon and on Thursday at 10:30 am.

‘At Home With Porinju’ will see Porinju Veliyath, who runs a portfolio management service in the country invite ET Now to his condo and give a sneak peak on the manner he leads his life out of office. It will air on 11 November at 10 am and on 12 November at 8:30 pm.

ET Now will also host a debate that will have panellists who will put forth their view on their respective side, exclusively on’ Bulls vs. Bears’. It will telecast on 11 November at 12:30 pm and on 12 November at 7:30 pm.

The channel will also bring market veterans Saurabh Mukherjea and Vikas Khemani as they will give information to the viewers on the avenues to venture in order to make the maximum returns this Samvat. It will air on 11 November at 8 am and 10:30 am.

ET Now will pay obeisance to goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity, by observing the customary tradition of trading on 11 November 5 pm onwards. Market experts will share their views and in depth analysis on the new Samvat and what it holds for everyone.