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  • Is Your Banker with You or with Corporates?
    (Jan 22, 2016)
    Big loans given to large corporate groups are being restructured under the 5/25 scheme, and in the process recognition of bad loans is being further delayed.
  • The world economy is set to collapse
    (Sep 11, 2015)
    A new global recession has begun as commodities plunge and emerging mkts falter.
  • What the media did not tell you about the economic growth number
    (Dec 3, 2015)
    The nominal GDP growth is at a 10 year low and needs to grow at a much faster pace if the economy has to really recover.
  • Does the Sensex 'really' give a return of 16% per year, in the long run?
    (Nov 13, 2015)
    This is essentially a half truth that has been peddled by stock market experts for a long time.
  • Ajit Gulabchand: The man who built Bandra-Worli sea-link needs lessons in basic economics
    (Oct 1, 2015)
    The CMD of HCC asked for a 300 basis points rate cut yesterday.
  • The real story behind the bad loans of Indian banks
    (Sep 9, 2015)
    A survey carried out by EY reveals in great detail the mess that prevails in the Indian banking sector.
  • What bankrupt Indian business groups can learn from Genghis Khan
    (Oct 27, 2015)
    The situation of ten business groups which have taken on 12% of Indian banking loans has worsened.
  • No jobs, no sales: Everything is going wrong with real estate
    (Aug 28, 2015)
    As fewer new homes are being built, the construction industry is feeling the heat.
  • George Soros Has Got a Backache Again and This Time It's Because of China
    (Jan 13, 2016)
    China does not have unlimited foreign exchange to keep defending the value of the yuan against the dollar.
  • Eight Economic Indicators which Tell Us that the Indian Economy is Not Doing Well
    (Jan 8, 2016)
    Here is looking at the Indian economy in the way the current Chinese premier Li Keqiang used to look at the Chinese economic data.
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