Articles by Sourav Majumdar
Jul 15, 2013
Low growth, high inflation: Why RBI easing cycle is all but overThe latest WPI number is another reason a rate cut could be farthest from RBI's mind<br /><br />
Jul 13, 2013
A serious slowdown: The IIP disaster, mounting inflation and a worried RBIThe negative IIP number of May disproves the green shoots theory. We are in a serious slowdown, and there are no solutions in sight.
Jun 26, 2013
Sebi moves to spur entrepreneurship, but too many questions remainThree year lock-in for angel funds, minimum investment norms need clarity, say angel investors.
Jun 26, 2013
Why Sebi's simpler foreign investment rules will not save rupeeHowever, these steps, which are essentially procedural simplifications, will have little bearing on the quantum of flows from foreign investors.
Jun 25, 2013
Boost to startups: What Sebi's move to ease capital market access meansStartups and SMEs have been starved of adequate avenues to raise capital, and this new leeway will help them access public funds much easier.
Jun 17, 2013
Why RBI deserves respect for keeping rates on holdDespite intense pressure, the central bank has opted for a cautious stance on rates keeping global risks in mind. New Delhi should get the message<br /><br /> <br /><br />
Jun 15, 2013
Rate cut unlikely: Inflation eases to 4.7% but rupee, CAD to play spoilsportThe FM has said it wants RBI to take the 'correct' decision. But Subbarao's definition of what is correct may be different despite WPI easing to under 5%.
Jun 12, 2013
April IIP will increase clamour for rate cut. But can Subbarao afford it?The April Index of Industrial Production (IIP) figure, which came in at a lower-than-expected 2 percent, underscores the deep malaise which has afflicted the Indian economy. <br /><br /> <br /><br />
Jun 03, 2013
GDP, manufacturing PMI at historic lows: Chidu needs to act nowPMI falls to 50-month low in May, production falls for the first time since March 2009. Expectedly, the clamor is for yet another rate cut <br /><br /> <br /><br />
May 31, 2013
The 5% GDP problem: RBI can't solve it, ball in Chidu's courtThe central bank has done what it could. The ball is firmly in New Delhi's court now.