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Jan 02, 2019
NBFC crisis: Though lenders received a breather late last year, sector still 'fragile', says Uday KotakKotak, the executive vice chairman and managing director of Kotak Mahindra Bank, said he took up the task of heading IL&FS on a request from the government as a "national duty".
Oct 22, 2018
No Lehman moment for India but the NBFC show is over; way clear for large banks to make a killingWith high yields and a crisis of confidence hitting NBFCs, the big opportunity will arise for banks in the mortgage market.
Aug 26, 2016
IITs wrong in banning startups; protectionism has no place in free economyEvery 8-10 years, one sector booms and makes a beeline to IITs and other elite institutions with attractive job offers. The educational institutions need to remember that risk is part and parcel of any job
Feb 07, 2013
Why Uncle Sam should also be suing himself, not just S&PThe US government and SEC were key actors in creating a conflict of interest for rating agencies which resulted in several sub-prime loans being rated AAA
Oct 22, 2012
'World is trapped in low growth; there is no magic cure'Do the world's economic managers know what they are doing? And will their medicine - of easy money - really work? Satyajit Das has his doubts.
Aug 09, 2011
Shades of post-Lehman crisis? You are not far off the markPolicymakers from Sydney to Tokyo to Seoul stepped up efforts to calm jittery investors.What also checked the bloodbath, at least temporarily, are rumours of emergency measures from the Fed at the upcoming meeting on Tuesday.