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Column : Improving stock futures
Column : Trapped in the wrong equilibrium
In the early 1990s, stock market trading took place through the BSE floor by open outcry. On a good day, BSE members did Rs 400 crore of turnover and earned 2% off buyers and sellers, thus bringing in
Column: China’s India inclination
Column: Are structural reforms for real?
For an economy used to growing at double-digit rates, the last several quarters have been unusual for China.
Column : Opportunity forgone
Column : Alarmist commerce ministry
The commerce ministry has produced a strategy paper for doubling exports in the next three years. This involves a doubling of exports from $225 billion in 2010-11 to $450 billion in 2013-14, implying
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Column : Indian IT can’t take its eyes off US revenues
Column : HCL is the one to watch out for now
There was a time TCS, Infosys and Wipro routinely outperformed market expectations, ran up highly impressive top and bottom line figures and leaped past forecasts with ‘disgusting’ consistency.
Column : Good but not good enough
Column : What’s next for emerging markets?
After last week’s dramatic rout in global markets, investors are now facing a new, and disquieting environment in which long-held verities have been stood on their head.
Column:How do you prevent rupee trades?
Column: Growth pick-up still a mirage
The Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council report suggests that higher GDP growth next year is achievable if government policies and administrative actions support investment.
Column : Did the earth move for you?
All the murkiness of Af-Pak
Pakistan’s activities in Afghanistan have been making headlines again.
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Column : Grey hair’s back in fashion
Column : The search for an heir
If one leaves out the smooth CEO succession at ICICI a couple of years ago, we notice that family-run businesses are being more proactive in planning CEO successions when compared to the professionall
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Column: Fiscal is the new fad
Column: New bail-in template: Rubicon crossed
There seems to be a new central bank bail-in template that is here to stay, from what can be inferred from the recent statements by G7 central banks and from the crisis resolution in Cyprus.
Column : Can we work from the revenue side?
Column: Why not MFI banks?
Are there alternative ways of addressing the MFI issue, considering that the new proposed guidelines for priority sector lending earmark 9% of credit for this segment?
Column : Prowess of India’s CapEx
Column : Pipeline to heaven
The announcement of fresh investment proposals fell sharply during 2011.
Column : Re-imagining trade unions
Column : Jobs, economics and self-esteem
Many of the arguments against foreign investment in retail in Parliament were fuelled by fear, self-interest and economic illiteracy.
Column: Does corruption matter?
column: Sound economics or faulty statistics?
There has been a tiny earthquake in economics over the last fortnight.
Column : India in Obama’s new Asia pivot
Column : Time for CAG to audit the states
The Opposition is quick to pounce on the Centre for lack of transparency, but few states follow the same rules.
Column: Getting to the 25% mark
Column: Betting on India
At my university, I help run a new initiative that focuses on finance, and we just hosted a visiting speaker, a prominent statistician known for some innovative algorithms for analysing data.
Column : The rain gods smile
Column : Neither America nor Anna ...
The slow momentum of the US recovery and the instability in the global markets have now added to the worries about the prospects of the Indian economy.
Column : The dynamics of corruption
Column: Hawkish on inflation, softish on growth
Governor Subbarao has dutifully lived up to the market consensus of delivering the 10th rate hike in 15 months—a 25-basis-point rise in the repo and reverse repo rates, bringing them to 7.5% and 6.5%,
Column: A billion times anything ... is huge!
Column : Imagined in Helsinki
Last month saw a Finnish nuclear power consortium make the world’s first announcement of a new site since the Fukushima disaster, which had persuaded many countries to reconsider their nuclear program
Column : Broad spectrum trouble
Column : The consumer bogey again
The 122 licences being cancelled accounted for just 4.3% of active subscribers and 2.8% of the industry’s revenues.
Column: Land deals and high inflation
Column: Why does inflation remain high?
This is not a paean to cutting rates. It can’t be. Which central bank can legitimately wade into (further) monetary policy easing when the maximum function of the multiple inflation indicators that ar
Column: 2,532 new towns or 2,532 new Dharavis
Column: Shades of grey
What do the barrage of real estate messages that clog your mobile’s inbox each day signal?
Column : Learning to live with smaller margins
Column : When ambition overtakes ability
It was in early December 2007 that the GMR Infra stock hit its lifetime high of Rs.134.35.
Column : Undemocratic bailouts
Europe gets waylaid
As the Euro zone wobbles in debt and austerity crises that ebb now and then but return with fury, it is evident that the real determiners of the fate of the tottering continent are investors rather th
column: While they were sleeping
Column: Government is a growth multiplier
Moody’s Analytics has recently taken on the RBI Governor for apparently suggesting that India could come closer to double-digit growth.
Column : UPA can go ahead if it wants
Column : Plan to waste
Plan expenditure is not the same as capital expenditure, and offers lots of scope for cuts in FY14.
Column: Don’t damn the Mullaperiyar
Nasty shock NBFCs didn’t deserve
The non-banking financial sector got a nasty shock last month.
Column : Why don’t we invest in equity?
Column : Understand lobbying to regulate it
Political lobbying has been the subject of intense controversy in our country ever since the leaked Radia tapes first hit the headlines.
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Column : Response to the global chill
Column : Reorganise states, but for right reasons
On the important issue of smaller states, there are arguments for geographical reorganisation to improve well-being. But the issue is being raised in a bizarre manner, which can only harm the polity.
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