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Morgan Stanley sees GDP growth at 6.3% in 2015
Business Today India

RBI may cut rates in Feb, feel Morgan Stanley, YES Bank

Shubhada Rao of YES Bank sees consumer price inflation averaging around 5.8-5.9 percent in 2015. Chetan Ahya of Morgan Stanley expects CPI to drop to 4.5 percent in November Money Control, 2 weeks ago

Will China Join the Global Currency War? -- Barron's Asia

By Chetan Ahya Economics: The Role of FX in the Deleveraging Cycle Since the credit crisis, the rise in debt-fuelled investment in China has been taking place against a background of slowing additions to the workforce and also structurally ...
 4 Traders3 weeks ago

Morgan Stanley's Ahya: China Unlikely to Devalue its Currency

Until the past few years, China put great energy into keeping its currency undervalued in an effort to boost exports and maintain control of foreign investment in the country. But after several years of letting the renminbi appreciate, China is ...
 Moneynews2 weeks ago

Roubini: Another Round of Currency Wars Might Be Underway

orld has been awash with currency wars for some time, as one central bank after another turns to easing in an effort to wake up their somnolent economies. And the Bank of Japan (BOJ) is ratcheting up the fighting, says Nouriel Roubini, an ...
 Moneynews2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Dalal Street hopes its RBI guess is right

However, though the market is pricing in a rate cut, very few economists believe it will happen Sneha Padiyath | Mumbai December 1, 2014 Last Updated at 00:30 IST Dalal Street is hoping the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) policy review meeting on ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago Dalal Street nervous on RBI policy review  Business Standard India2 weeks ago

Can OPEC persuade RBI's Rajan to cut rates?

MUMBAI: Can OPEC succeed where two finance ministers and years of corporate lobbying could not — persuade RBI to cut rates? The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries decided not to impose any limits on the amount of crude being pumped ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Bullish market rolls over long positions to December

MUMBAI: Stock traders have carried forward their long derivatives bets on the broader market, despite uncertainty over the passage of key bills and poor earnings estimates. About 81% of total derivatives bets were rolled over while 76% of Nifty ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

2 Contrarian Plays That Will Make You Queasy

Related Stocks IEV - S&P Europe 350 Index Ishares Sym Last Chg Pct Volume IEV44.69+0.48+1.09%183,366FXE122.22-1.34-1.08%426,605TLT119.74+0.36+0.30%1,322,160IEF105.12+0.11+0.10%264,119 In a recent post, I wrote that being a contrarian investor can ...
 Barchart3 weeks ago
Seeking Alpha

2 Contrarian Plays That Will Make You Queasy

In a recent post, I wrote that being a contrarian investor can be a lonely task and can involve considerable career risk (see Do you have what it takes to be a contrarian investor? ). The point being that contrarian investments are non-consensus ...
 Seeking Alpha3 weeks ago

Risk of disinflation looms over Asia as China's prices stall

The specter of disinflation appears to be looming over Asia as the consumer price and producer price indices in China have been in decline, raising the risks of deflation for neighboring countries, reports our Chinese-language sister paper Want ...
 Want China Times3 weeks ago Asia facing risks amid disinflation  Business World1 month ago
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