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Jan 14, 2015
Oil in the 40s: Crude's falling price has several negative effects as wellArray
Dec 27, 2013
Why CNG, PNG prices are rising in Delhi and falling in GujaratThe development has the potential to queer the pitch for a war of words between political parties at a time when the newly formed Aam Aadmi Party, which had high energy and water prices as the theme of its campaign, is about to take charge in Delhi.
Nov 27, 2013
Why Moily's fuel pricing policy is skewed against piped-gas cosAccording to media reports, the minister has said the government will notify the new gas pricing formula in three weeks.
Nov 07, 2013
RBI allows foreign banks to buy private banks: What you need to knowIs Governor Raghuram Rajan bringing about a transition in the conservative RBI? His swift moves may seem so.
Nov 01, 2013
Five reasons for Sensex euphoria this DiwaliThe markets are discounting good news of the future. They believe that the worst is now over and are tired of gloom
Oct 10, 2013
New banks: More the merrier but will they be better?There is no guarantee that there will not be players who would be keen on selling out at a later stage and exiting the business
Aug 01, 2013
Subbarao's successor: Why selection of RBI governor should be more transparentManmohan Singh and P Chidambaram have a unique opportunity to reform the RBI. They even have FSLRC's blueprint. They just need to summon the will to appoint, with transparency, the best man (or woman) as RBI Governor on September 5.
Jul 12, 2013
Chidambaram and Sharma's US visit is a waste of timeArray
Jun 27, 2013
Rupee fall: Why India's struggle for dollars will continueThis situation is likely to continue in the days to come with the demand for dollars in India being more than their supply. And this will have a huge impact on the dollar-rupee exchange rate, which crossed 60 rupees to a dollar for the first time yesterday.
Jun 25, 2013
Why gentlemen are selling bonds and equity across the worldThe markets have bought only one part of the two-fold message from the Fed-that it will taper off bond buying. The second one-that it sees growth reviving-hasn't gone through.