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Dec 11, 2018
Shaktikanta Das is new head of RBI: Will former bureaucrat be able to get central bank, govt on same page?Shaktikanta Das worked with the government and hence knows how the machinery works which is very important at a time when there is constant dialogue needed between the Central bank and the Finance Ministry.
Aug 05, 2016
Sensex above 28,000: How GST, monsoon, Bank of England's QE plans moved marketsbenchmark Sensex outperformed most of its Asian peers today with the index breaching the psychological 28,000-mark aided by strong all-round buying support
May 07, 2015
Yellen does a Greenspan, talks about “irrational exuberance” in the stock marketGiven the American economic growth scenario, an era of low interest rates and easy money is likely to continue in the days to come. And what this means is that the BSE Sensex just might go back to rallying despite the recent fall
Dec 18, 2014
Brace for US rate hike any time after March: Fed confident of economic revivalBalancing optimism on growth and jobs with the reality of low inflation, policymakers indicated they would take a slower approach to the pace of future rate hikes
Nov 28, 2014
European markets slip as Opec keeps crude ouput untouched, dollar firmsBrent crude touched a low of $71.12 a barrel after settling at a four-year closing low on Thursday, when Saudi Arabia blocked calls from poorer members of the cartel to cut production to stem a slide in global prices.
Nov 01, 2014
Sensex hits record high: Now Japan takes over the easy money party from the USThis is not the last that we have seen of a developed-world central bank deciding to print more money to create some inflation. There is more to come
Oct 29, 2014
Why the US Fed will not be sucking out all the printed money any time soonThe horse, as they say, has already bolted by now
Oct 13, 2014
Money printing is ineffective: Why monetary policy, as we know it, is nearing its deathDespite its non-effectiveness, central banks still have faith in monetary policy, as it has been practised over the years. And this might lead to monetary policy totally collapsing in the years to come.
Feb 03, 2014
Think money is tight? RBI's QE was worth Rs 585,000 cr in the last six yearsBI has infused Rs 5850 billion into the system but the market is still borrowing money from the RBI to meet its daily requirements and has been doing so for the last three plus years. It is big question that neither the market nor the central bank seems to have an answer.
Jan 17, 2014
How deflation can spoil the global stock market rallyOnce countries get into what is known as a deflationary spiral, it is very difficult for them to get out. Japan is an excellent example of the same. The country has been trying to come out of a low inflation/deflation kind of scenario for close to two decades now, without much success.