Sanjeev Sanyal, global strategist of Deutsche Bank, says a central bank must try to curtail inflation before it attempts to revive growth. In an interview with Somasroy Chakraborty, he emphasises Sify, 1 month ago
RBI cannot resolve all national problems through monetary policy Sanjeev Sanyal - Business Standard, 1 month ago
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Were witnessing the growth of a new kind of historical narrative that is middle class, in a voice that is elitist. Sanjeev Sanyal's book is a prime example of this. The idea is an interesting one—to tell the history of the subcontinent and its ...Outlooktraveller.com, 1 week ago
Born and brought up in a small village in Anantnag district in Kashmir, Ishfaq Shah had a childhood affected by the insurgency in the valley. But the odds stacked against him did not stop him from fulfilling his dreams. Shah, 23, completed his MBA ...The Week, 1 week ago
By Rajesh Kumar Singh and Manoj Kumar NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's gold and silver imports shot up 138 percent on year in April as customers took advantage of lower prices, increasing pressure on the current account balance and limiting the space ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 week ago Huge gold spree takes shine off slowing inflation Reuters India, 1 week ago
Key Economic News to Watch This Week: May 6 : The Group of 7 nations will meet in the UK later ... Why The World Needs A BRICS Bank: Nicholas Stern, Joseph Stiglitz et al. : The significance of the decision by the BRICS to ... Key Economic News to ...Economy Watch, 2 weeks ago Key Economic News to Watch This Week: May 6 Economy Watch, 2 weeks ago
The latest snapshot of manufacturing activity in China could be a key focus for Asian markets this week as talk of slowdown in the region's biggest economy grows. The official Chinese Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for April is released on ...Yahoo! Finance, 3 weeks ago What to Watch in Asia This Week CNBC, 3 weeks ago
Rising costs in China have snatched the tag of the world's manufacturing hub from it. But that might not be good news for India just yet. A snapshot of pointers from a Deutsche Bank research report sums up the China story: Since 2001, real wages in ...Sify, 1 month ago
AUSTRALIA has become one of the most expensive places to live. The price for everything from a Big Mac and a pair of jeans to an iPhone exceeds that in most other major developed countries, the Herald Sun reports. And new research shows romantics ...Weekly Times Now, 1 month ago A great country, but it ain't cheap Perth Now, 1 month ago A great country, but it doesn't come cheap NEWS.com.au, 1 month ago Great country, but it ain't cheap Herald Sun, 1 month ago
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In the past 11 years Australia has become one of the most expensive places to live, costlier than New York, London, Frankfurt and Singapore on everything from five-star hotels, car rentals, public transport, a pint of beer, cigarettes, jeans and an ...Melbourne Age, 1 month ago You paid how much for a pint of beer? WA Today, 1 month ago Australia ... the costly country WA Today, 1 month ago Australia: The costs are spiralling Stock Journal Australia, 1 month ago
Move over - The Economist's informal index for gauging purchasing power parity across geographies, based on McDonald's burgers. Instead, sample something a little more complex. Deutsche Bank's 'The Random Walk - Mapping the World's Prices 2013' ...Sify, 1 month ago
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