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  • Why It's Best to Stay Away from Buying LIC Policies
    (Apr 21, 2016)
    In the last ten years, the insurance company has never managed to beat the average return on a 10-year government bond.
  • IPL Will Use ZERO Percent of the Water That Sugarcane Does
    (Apr 12, 2016)
    The production of sugarcane requires a huge amount of water and is the real water guzzler. The usage by IPL is not even a drop in this ocean.
  • I Am Happy that State Bank of India's Profit Fell by 62%
    (Feb 12, 2016)
    The public sector banks are finally recognising the bad loans on their books and provisioning for it accordingly.
  • 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.
  • Employees' Provident Fund: The Clarification of the Clarification of the Clarification...
    (Mar 3, 2016)
    The entire change of taxing 60% of the corpus of the Employees' Provident Fund of private sector employees, accumulated on contributions from April 1, 2016, has been totally mishandled.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Air India Has Turned Profitable and That's Got Me Worried
    (May 11, 2016)
    The major reason for the Rs 8 crore operating profit, is a fall in jet fuel prices, something the company really has no control on.
  • Satyajit Das Tells Us What is Really Happening in China
    (Jan 29, 2016)
    The third and the concluding part of a three-part interview with the famous economic commentator and derivatives expert.
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