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Obama Comeback – Indian Economy – Social – Mixed – Capitalistic Economy

I had been writing articles on Indian Economy. Today with the ComeBack of Obama the Indian Economists are debating about its likely impact on India. Definitely under the current scenario it can be taken as positive development as India can look forward to the US commitments materializing in the time to come. But , Why India is following US Economic Policies. USA […]

Great American Recession in 2007-08 Case Study

During the middle of the year 2007, world’s biggest economic power that is United States got a severe jolt to its economy with the bursting of Housing Loan or Real Estate bubble popularly known as Sub Prime Mortgage Loans crisis when big investment Banks like Lehman Brothers had to be taken over by J.P.Morgan. Big […]

Role of Banks in Indian Economy – Yesterday – Today and Tomorrow

After independence the Indian Economy was a mixed economy and the India’s Central Banking Authority known as Reserve Bank of India was nationalized on 1st of January, 1949 and Banking Regulation Act was promulgated in 1949 to regulate and control the Banks in India so that the Banks could play a major role in Indian […]

World Economy Today – Global Challenges

While reading this post, you may be thinking that you can also contribute your might to solve the Indian Economic Problems as dwindling world economies are posing new challenges for every nation big or small, developed or under developed, rich or poor. The economic problems can not be solved by military power as wars and conflicts […]

Indian Economy – Liberalisation Effects

Deficit Financing : Uncontrolled Inflationary Pressure The RBI not only provides money to banks, but also has to supervise them on the issue of liquidity in the economy. Reserve Bank needs to reconcile with holding prices and financing the deficit of the Center at the same time. Both these actions are the mandatory functions of the RBI. While […]

RBI Blames Govt of Policy Stasis

It is not just the Opposition that feels the government is in the grip of a policy paralysis. The RBI has said “concerns over policy Stasis.” must be addressed as “newer risks” to growth emerge from slowing global trade, domestic supply blocks and a slack monsoon. The central bank said reviving investor confidence will need steps to […]

RBI Monetary Policy Review

  For the second consecutive time, on 31st July,2012 the  Reserve Bank Governor left the key interest rate unchanged to fight inflation, and lowered the growth projection for the current fiscal to 6.5 percent. However, as a liquidity inducing-measure, the Governor brought down the Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR) — the amount of deposits banks park […]

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