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  • This Govt Company Lost Rs 11.65 Crore Per Employee, and It's Not Air India
    (May 30, 2017)
    Hindustan Photo Films Manufacturing Company Ltd, lost Rs 2,528 crore during the course of the year. It had 217 employees on its rolls.
  • Believe in Indian GDP Growth at Your Own Peril
    (Mar 1, 2017)
    Private consumer expenditure grew by 10.1% in a period when there was a huge cash shortage in the financial system.
  • Why Suddenly There is No Cash in ATMs
    (Apr 11, 2017)
    There have been a spate of media reports around ATMs not dispensing cash. What is really happening here?
  • Why Real Estate Prices Haven't Crashed After Notebandi
    (Feb 6, 2017)
    While sales have fallen by close to 40 per cent, prices are more or less flat.
  • All Bank Deposits Post Notebandi Have Been Invested in Govt Securities
    (Feb 16, 2017)
    This has led to interest rates on fixed deposits coming down dramatically and hurting savers.
  • New IIP Shows Demonetisation Slowed Down Indian Manufacturing Growth Big Time
    (May 16, 2017)
    The manufacturing growth between December 2016 and March 2017 fell to 1.6 per cent as against 6.9 per cent between April and October 2016.
  • Will Chinese Jobs Come to India?
    (Feb 22, 2017)
    As Chinese labour costs go up, the businesses are becoming uncompetitive on several fronts. Will these businesses come to India?
  • Will Donald Trump Unravel the Global Ponzi Scheme?
    (Jan 31, 2017)
    The way trade happens globally has degenerated into a Ponzi scheme. What Trump has promised to do might just threaten that.
  • Of "Shaky" Demonetisation Statistics, Arun Jaitley and Black Money
    (May 22, 2017)
    When it comes to identifying black money, 2016-2017 has been a fairly average year for the income tax department, demonetisation notwithstanding.
  • Why Real Estate Prices are Going Down at a Slow Pace
    (Mar 23, 2017)
    Many investors have got anchored to a selling price which has got nothing to do with the current state of the real estate market
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