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Sep 04, 2015
US Fed more likely to opt for QE4 than a rate hike - and here's whyThe Austrian School of Economics predicts that America's economic woes cannot be ended with more liberal and free money. But that is exactly what the US Fed may end up doing for fear of another economic collapse.
Jul 28, 2015
Taking a home loan? This is how dual financing by banks might hurt youThe problem is that while the urban cooperative banks are not allowed to carry out dual financing, there is nothing that stops scheduled commercial banks from doing the same.
Jul 31, 2014
10 things you need to know about K Natwar SinghThe Paul Volcker committee gave a damning report on 27 October 2005 that the minister and his son Jagat Singh were part of the UN Iraqi oil-for-food scandal.
Sep 21, 2013
Is Rajan trying to do what Paul Volcker did in the US ?Can Rajan like Volcker did, bring inflation under control by raising interest rates? Or can he just keep sending signals to the government by raising interest rates to get its house in order, so that inflation can be brought under control?
May 27, 2013
Oil-for-food scam: CIC dismisses RTI query on sensitive reportThe Central Information Commission has dismissed an RTI appeal seeking disclosure of a report on Volcker Committee investigation in oil-for-food scam in which names of some prominent Indian politicians had emerged.
Jan 27, 2012
The US takes to inflation targeting - and how!The US Fed has announced an official inflation rate it will be targeting - 2 percent. It proposes to make policy more transparent.
Oct 08, 2011
US CEOs beware, you can go to jail for proprietary tradingIt is unclear if regulators will seek CEO imprisonment or hefty fines as potential penalties for violating the Volcker rule. Whatever regulators might put in place, fines would be a far more likely punishment if any are ever doled out, banking lawyers said.<br /><br />
Aug 13, 2011
Global inflation: The picture is less scary than you thinkBut that does not mean policymakers in developing countries can lower their inflation guard. Talk of currency wars has not gone away.