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Free market model has failed: Kaushik Basu

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Kaushik Basu TOPICS World Bank too has changed its goal to fighting no longer for just eradication of poverty but also for shared prosperity There is now a consensus the world over that the free market ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

Global economy in 2015: Facing strong headwinds

Whither global economy? IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde has very rightly reflected the latest goings-on. Speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington on January 15 she observed: Strong headwinds from weak investment, ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh5 days ago
Free-i-News

This Is Exactly How Markets Behave Right Before They Crash

[embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] When the stock market starts to behave like a roller coaster, that is a sign that a major move to the downside is right around the corner. As I have stated repeatedly, when the market is very calm it ...
 Free-i-News1 week ago
Eurasia Review

Good News For Oil-Importing Developing Countries Analysis

By IDN By J C Suresh A decline in oil prices, a stronger U.S. economy, and continued low global interest rates will help fuel the growth of the world economy in 2015, says a new study issued by the World Bank Group on January 13. ...
 Eurasia Review1 week ago
Uncommon Wisdom Daily

Could 2015 Finally be the Year of 3D Printing Profits?

Third on our list of seven deep-value stocks is a breakthrough and potential juggernaut waiting to happen. But before I get to that, for those of you just joining us, we are viewing seven stocks that are on my radar via the help of our very own ...
 Uncommon Wisdom Daily1 week ago

Copper joins oil in hospital

Copper has joined crude oil in hospital, falling almost 6 per cent last night to a new six-year low. It's often called Dr Copper because of the way the widely used metal tends to diagnose the economy. Barclays Bank said in a report last night: ...
 Business Spectator1 week ago

BBA Brief 14 January 2015

The European Court of Justice has this morning ruled that the European Central Bank's bond-buying programme is legal, provided certain conditions are met (Guardian). This includes ensuring that the Bank does not provide direct financial assistance ...
 British Bankers' Association1 week ago

Rahul Jacob: India's healthcare crisis

What is one to make of the plans for the spectrum auction in February that will drive prices through the roof and leave us short of capacity in 3G even as the government tom-toms its plans for Digital India at every opportunity? Even more bizarre is ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago
This Day Online

WBank Urges Developing Countries to Rebuild Fiscal Buffers

Finance Minister, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala By Obinna Chima Faced with weaker export prospects, an impending rise in global interest rates, and fragile financial market sentiment, the World Bank Group has advised developing countries to rebuild ...
 This Day Online2 weeks ago

India's healthcare crisis

Whether Indians in ancient times discovered algebra and the Pythagoras theorem before "selflessly" passing them on to the Arabs and the Greeks as Science and Technology Minister Harsh Vardhan said last week is for agile historians to ponder. Widely ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
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