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Devangshu Datta: Attention focused on Greece and China
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Devangshu Datta: Attention focused on Greece and China

Indian markets could continue to be dominated by external considerations as the possibility of Grexit looms large and China's equity markets see sharp corrections Devangshu Datta | New Delhi June 28, 2015 Last Updated at 22:46 IST Trading this week in Indian ... Business Standard, 1 day ago

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Devangshu Datta: Uber invincible

It is unusual for small entrepreneurs to riot with intent. Marxist theory classifies the small businessman, the petit bourgeois , as a conservative conventional creature. And yet France has seen many members of this class out on the road recently, ...
 Business Standard India3 days ago
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Devangshu Datta: More than lights and clockwork

The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology has a project where people with impaired mobility control a mobile robot with their thoughts. Nine disabled people and 10 people with normal mobility were fitted with a brain-computer interface, (a cap ...
 Business Standard India4 days ago
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Construction sector may produce big winners

If the government delivers its election promises, then activity in the industry should increase, notes Devangshu Datta.    The Indian economy is unusual in many ways. It developed a large service sector before manufacturing got off the ground. It remains under-urbanised, despite the services sector generating over 50 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP). There are strange imbalances. More than 50 per cent of the population is dependent on agriculture, though it contributes ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Devangshu Datta: Markets keep an ear to the ground

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) successfully confounded the stock market with its latest policy review. It announced a 25-basis point cut in the repurchase rate, thus meeting consensus expectations (and disappointing the few super-optimists hoping ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago Markets keep an ear to the ground  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Devangshu Datta: Kiss-and-tell diplomacy

There are many forms of diplomacy. There's twin-track diplomacy, gunboat diplomacy, parachute diplomacy, cricket diplomacy, ping-pong diplomacy and more. The Indian government has invented a new variant, kiss-and-tell diplomacy, by successfully embarrassing a ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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RBI rate cut will benefit us all but few economic factors can hurt

A sudden rise in crude oil prices, or a deeper slowdown in China or a recession in America could hurt, says Devangshu Datta. Image: The economy will benefit from a series of rate cut by the RBI. Photograph: Adnan Abidi Reuters  The rupee and, more generally, global currency markets are liable to see continuous volatility in the next six months to a year. The rupee's movement will be influenced by the following: First, there is strong consensus the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will cut ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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Devangshu Datta: The big bull market is alive

If the Reserve Bank of India does cut the repurchase rate substantially, the uptrend would gain steam. If it doesn't, serious selling pressure may develop again Devangshu Datta | New Delhi May 31, 2015 Last Updated at 21:46 IST The contrast between higher ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago Big bull still alive in Indian markets? Yes, facts dont lie  Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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Devangshu Datta: Nuclear accidents and black swans

The global nuclear arsenal has gotten smaller since the USSR broke up. But the number of states with nuclear weapons has risen and perhaps, as importantly, nations and non-state actors with nuclear aspirations have increased The metaphor of the ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
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Devangshu Datta: For a 'brave new world'

The outcomes of a recent experiment with a technique to edit human DNA could go a long way beyond fixing genetic disorders Devangshu Datta | New Delhi May 28, 2015 Last Updated at 20:44 IST Many inherited disorders are caused by a single disordered gene and ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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