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India’s rupee-market-crude test gets tougher

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The stock market and the rupee recorded further lows on Monday indicating higher macroeconomic challenges for the country in the coming months. On the other side, the crude prices are going up inch by...

SEBI eases investor participation norms in FPIs

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The capital market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India came out with fresh guidelines that simplifies NRI and other investor group’s participation in FPIs (Foreign Portfolio Investors).The new guidelines announced on Friday are...

Its advantage Trump after the early rounds of trade war

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As the US and China exchanged fresh tariff blows on each other, reaction pattern from both sides indicate that Trump’s stubborn stand is yielding some results for him.In a latest move, the Chinese President...

Government launches consolidation of nationalized banks

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The Government proposed amalgamation of three nationalized banks to form the third largest bank in the country. As per the scheme announced by the Finance Ministry, two small nationalized banks – Vijyaya Bank and...

Jaitley woos capital flows to support the sliding rupee

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Being hurt by the pains of falling rupee, rising crude prices and trade war policies in the West, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced five steps to support foreign exchange inflows to the country.The five...

Crude crosses $80 as Iran readies to exit

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The Brent oil futures crossed $80 on Wednesday, sending price near to the four-year highs. Besides the Iran induced supply shock, traders are expecting upward pressure as Hurricane Florence and other tropical storms approaches...

Trade war: EU and Japan travels to the Trump camp

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As the US President Donald Trump is forcing his own style of economic engagement on the rest of the world, a representative meeting of the West took place at Washington. The unusual trilateral meeting...

Inflexible US becomes a hard bargainer

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Under Trump, the US is evolving as a hard bargainer and is defining friends and foes based on trade deficit.The latest one is how trade has been used at the 2+2 discussion with India....

RCEP members opens their mind to Indian demands

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In the critical Singapore meeting of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) negotiations, the members agreed to consider India’s demand for service liberalizations. According to Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu who represented India at the...

Argentina: the troubled asset of the emerging world

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Except during the 2007 Global Financial Crisis, developing countries were the epicenters of global economic crises. Dependence on external capital, laxity in managing debt, faulty financial sector regulations - many of these contributed to...