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This love-hate relationship with FIIs is clearly overdone

Oct 04, 2013

This love-hate relationship with FIIs is clearly overdone

FII should be looked at as a class of investor whose behaviour is no different from any other investor class. #Sensex #stocks #Bonds #equity #MarketWatch #Indian rupee #FII #Domestic investors
Budget 2013 should focus on domestic demand, local investors

Feb 12, 2013

Budget 2013 should focus on domestic demand, local investors

Economist Kavita Rao of the NIPFP says that it is time to stop wooing foreign investors and focus on domestic investors instead #GST #Budget2013 #budget2013-videos #Kavita Rao #Domestic investors

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Budget 2013 should focus on domestic demand, local investors

Jun 17, 2014

Mishra: Capitalism does not mean freedom

The 25th anniversary of the protests in Tiananmen Square on June 4 passed largely unnoticed in mainland China. This dismal indifference to an awful atrocity should be blamed as much on a rising, self-absorbed middle class as state censorship. But thi... #Egypt #China #India #Eastern Europe #Thailand #Francis Fukuyama #Deng Xiaoping #Augusto Pinochet #Suharto #Wall Street Journal #Financial Times
Budget 2013 should focus on domestic demand, local investors

Jul 08, 2014

Cloudian Raises $29 Million Because Not Everything Needs To Live In “The Cloud”

As the cloud storage provider Box continues to slouch toward its public offering (staggering under the weight of new invested capital), a number of startups continue to raise cash on the premise that sometimes sensitive data needs to remain grounded.... #Egypt #China #India #Eastern Europe #Thailand #Francis Fukuyama #Deng Xiaoping #Augusto Pinochet #Suharto #Wall Street Journal #Financial Times
Budget 2013 should focus on domestic demand, local investors

Jun 26, 2014

Why Twitter Spiked 5% Today

Shares of technology stocks were mostly flat to middling today, with the rocketing GoPro IPO standing out. Twitter, however, a company still down heavily from its earlier post-IPO highs, advanced 5 percent. Why? Positive external forecasts. Evercore ... #Egypt #China #India #Eastern Europe #Thailand #Francis Fukuyama #Deng Xiaoping #Augusto Pinochet #Suharto #Wall Street Journal #Financial Times
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