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Oct 11, 2018
Donald Trump says Fed has gone crazy after Dow Industrial tumbles; terms downslide 'course correction'In a brief interaction with reporters on Wednesday, when asked about the tumbling down of the stock market, Trump said he was not worried about it.
Oct 06, 2018
Saving the Titanic: Govt took control of IL&FS to avert 'catastrophic' damage to financial markets, economySaving IL&FS was critical as nearly two-thirds of the firm’s accumulated debt of 910 billion rupees ($12.36 billion) was from public sector banks.
Sep 20, 2018
The Great Indian NPA Mess: Banks, govt and industrialists worked together to kick bad loans can down the roadWe now have one big problem which the Narendra Modi government is trying to postpone further by merging different public sector banks. The trouble is bringing two rotten eggs together is only going to lead to another rotten egg
Sep 18, 2018
The Great Indian NPA Mess: UPA's sins were of commission while NDA's errors are of omissionthe UPA may be blamed for a combination of political interference and infrastructure adventurism. But NDA also deserves a share of the blame for the NPAs, although an arguably smaller one.
Aug 27, 2018
Fed's James Bullard warns of recession risk in raising interest rates one more time; says inflation is not highBullard first publicly raised a red flag over the yield curve last year on 1 December. At that time the gap between the two-year and 10-year was 58 basis points.
Aug 18, 2018
Global economy: Euro zone growth limping as US-China trade war escalatesTrade fears in Britain are focused on what deal it can strike with the European Union before leaving the bloc at the end of March.
Aug 15, 2018
Turkish lira rebounds taking pressure off world stock marketsThe Turkish lira has finally found some support after two days of intense selling that triggered panic across the markets
Jul 12, 2018
Indo-Swiss pact on hidden wealth: Why it isn't helping in India's fight against black moneyBlack money is known as illicit financial flows (IFFs) internationally, which are defined as a cross-border movement of funds that have been illegally or unethically earned, transferred or utilised
Jun 20, 2018
General Electric loses spot in Dow Jones Industrial Average after more than a century, to be replaced by WalgreensA decade and a half ago General Electric was the world’s most valuable public company. But it foundered in several key industrial markets in recent years
Nov 27, 2017
Bitcoins, cryptocurrencies: New age money threaten control of banking system, money supplyThe global cryptocurrency market is worth $245 billion which is tiny compared to the trillion dollar plus balance sheets of the Bank of Japan, the US Federal Reserve or the ECB.