Articles by George Albert
Jun 23, 2012
Why the rupee is marching to its own gloomy beatThe rupee is in a decline of its own making. But the stock markets seem to be holding up. What is the reason for this divergence?
Jun 22, 2012
ECB's options: a cheaper euro or a dead euroThe eurozone's interest rates, though low, are still high relative to the US and Japan. Without an easier policy, the euro is headed for disaster
Jun 21, 2012
Why Bangalore property is more real than Mumbai'sBangalore property market is based on actual end-user demand and therefore is not a bubble.
Jun 21, 2012
What files are Pranab-da's office staff shredding?As Pranab Mukherjee prepares to exit North Block, his office seems to be shredding tonnes of paper. Shouldn't someone enquire what's being shredded?
Jun 20, 2012
Manmohan pledges $10 bn as 5 MT of food rots back homeManmohan wrote off eight times more money to save the world than his finance minister saved by snatching away 5 MT of food from the plates of hungry Indians.
Jun 19, 2012
Why the euro will fail for sureGreece isn't the issue at all. If the eurozone does not become one country the euro is a goner.
Jun 18, 2012
RBI focus on liquidity to soften govt bond yieldsRBI's infusion of liquidity through CRR cuts and bond purchases has made its monetary stance more accommodative and it did not have to cut rates to reinforce its stance of helping growth with price stability.
Jun 16, 2012
Growth is not in RBI's hands; but a short rally is possibleIf the RBI cuts rates or eases CRR, we could see a continuation of the rally that began on 4 June.
Jun 12, 2012
Will India have to reconcile itself to lower growth?RBI's hands tied with sticky inflation; and there's little policy action. This could be the end of the India story for a while<br /><br />
Jun 11, 2012
India has grown, now what?The FM acting on reducing fiscal deficit, a Future group selling off businesses to reduce debt and an investor looking for healthy balance sheets and good corporate governance are all positive signs.