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    Here's an example of a builder trying to raise money indirectly through home loans.
  • Why Rajan should not jump into bed with Jaitley
    (Mar 26, 2015)
    For the RBI to work efficiently it is important that it has a mind of its own.
  • The upcoming crisis will be way worse than previous one!
    (Mar 13, 2015)
    Bonner on why the recovery next time around will be more painful...
  • Here is some basic maths that the real estate wallahs need to learn
    (Aug 7, 2015)
    Home loans of Rs 25 lakh or lower now form only half of the total loans given out by banks. In June 2012, the number was at 62.5%.
  • How black money hurts the entire idea of a happy family
    (Jul 22, 2015)
    Black money makes things difficult for people wanting to buy a home to live in at multiple levels and stops them from living a happy life.
  • The Dow could fall 1,000 points
    (Apr 2, 2015)
    Should the US indices fall, the ensuing chaos and panic will be worse than it was in 2008.
  • The Delhi/NCR real estate market is dead
    (Jul 31, 2015)
    Sales continue to fall at a dramatic rate, with the quarters to sell unsold inventory number rising to 19.
  • Are acche din for the Indian consumer about to start?
    (Mar 18, 2015)
    With food inflation and oil prices both lower, the Indian consumer may be in a better position to spend than he was in the past.
  • Don't confuse a great company with a great stock
    (Mar 27, 2015)
    The point of time at which the stock is bought also makes a huge difference.
  • Janet Yellen's excuses for not raising interest rates will keep coming
    (Mar 20, 2015)
    The US Federal Reserve wants to ensure that the stock market rally continues.
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