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BoJ upbeat on regional economies

TOKYO: The Bank of Japan (BoJ) kept its upbeat assessment for all of the country’s nine regions, saying a moderate recovery was taking hold and bolstering views the economy is on track to meet the central bank’s price target without more monetary ... Himalayan times, 2 weeks ago

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Japanese financial institutions issue warning

TOKYO: Japan’s top three banks on Wednesday posted bumper annual profits owing to a surging domestic stock market, but warned that their inflated bottom lines would shrink this year. Mitsubishi UFJ, the country’s biggest lender, led the pack with ...
 Himalayan times2 months ago

India pips Japan as third largest economy: World Bank

India, which was the tenth largest economy in 2005, managed to reach the third position within a span of six years. "The economies of Japan and UK became smaller relative to US, while Germany increased slightly and France and Italy remained the same," ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago

'Over-emphasis on real estate may not be very healthy'

Edited excerpts from Congress MP Anand Sharma’s speech on the Budget in the Rajya Sabha, July 23, 2014 in New Delhi There are many things which you have said with regard to your vision. You have talked about the real estate investment trust. You have also talked of the infrastructure investment trust. Surely, you have thought through it and you are looking at a picture that will emerge, perhaps, in 18 months, to attract investments through these two trusts giving the pass-through ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

BRICS bank: A giant step towards reforming the world system

The announcement of the formation of the BRICS bank will have as much an impact about how the non-G7 countries manage their economies and their foreign reserves, as it does on the intellectual discourse. The development priorities and agenda which was hitherto set by western experts responding mostly to western priorities and notions will now have to compete with an intellectual tradition that is and can be very different, says Mohan Guruswamy. The BRICS summit has announced the setting up of a ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Why Mumbai lost out to Shanghai as HQ of BRICS bank

Modi knew in his heart that India does not have the financial muscle to support the new bank with offers of co-financing international projects, something China can do from the bank’s base in Shanghai. If established in Mumbai, it may have employed a few Indian bankers and satisfied the national ego but there was little financial value to be drawn from it. The emerging world has created a new development bank with some help from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and there is justifiable ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Sensex jumps 338 points after four-day losing streak

Benchmark indices gained over 1% each in today’s trade on value buying in beaten down index heavyweights like ITC and HDFC.The total market turnover registered a new high at Rs 6.86 lakh crore, crossing its previous high figure of Rs 5.33 lakh crore it had touched on October 31, 2013.The market was enthused by Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley’s statement that India needs to act ‘now’ to fix the health of its economy, which is facing a challenging time.For the day, the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Sensex up 38 points in morning trade  Jagran Post2 months ago Sensex down 22 points in morning trade on profit booking  Jagran Post2 months ago Sensex falls for fourth day on profit booking, weak global cues  Jagran Post2 months ago

Election 2014: Modi versus Macaulay's ghost

The post-mandate comments that ‘darkness has descended on India’ show the kind of opposition Narendra Modi has to overcome. It is this aspirational India that is attempting to throw away the shackles of Macaulayism. Make no mistake, it is a tectonic shift and a beginning of the end of the Macaulayan mindset that has ‘ruled’ India for close to 60 years, says Colonel (retd) Anil Athale. The 2014 election results marked a tectonic shift in Indian history. Elections are akin ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Sensex recovers 125 points in morning trade on funds buying

The 30-share index, which had slipped from record highs by falling 78.86 points in Wednesday’s trade, recovered by 125.37 points, or 0.52 percent, to trade at 24,423.39.      All the sectoral indices, led by realty and consumer ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago Sensex recovers 157 points in morning trade  Jagran Post2 months ago

Markets slump as banks, metal shares drag

Markets closed in red for third consecutive day with the benchmark indices losing 0.7% each in today’s trade. Weakness in banks, metals and FMCG heavyweights weighed on the indices. At close, the Sensex was down 165 points at 22,466 and the Nifty slipped 46 points to end the day at 6,715. Broader markets which were resilient in the first half, turned weak in closing deals. The midcap index gave off 0.4% while the smallcap index closed flat with a negative bias. After opening marginally in ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Markets end at 5- week low; Broader markets crash  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Markets record highest percentage fall in a day since Jan '14  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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