(Bloomberg Businessweek) — The economics profession has had a hard time getting a fix on racial discrimination. Quite apart from its cruelty, it seems … illogical. Continue Reading. Read more on Businessweek by BloombergQuint.
The coronavirus poses a ‘serious’ threat to the stability of global financial system as both its impact and time of recovery are uncertain, according to the Financial Stability and Development Council chaired by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. The council, comprising financial market regulators and heads of a few government departments, met on Thursday to review […]
It would have been easy if one had the ability to gauge the market ups and downs before even deciding to invest in stocks. But that’s not the case, as it’s not an easy task to decide what would happen to the stocks tomorrow. Even when the market is uncertain, there are certain ways […]
Achieving 7-8 percent growth in the medium term is critical and central to move towards a sustainable debt trajectory, Chairman of 15th Finance Commission NK Singh. “Going to next year, we must not have that monotonic behaviour that it’s a base year correction,” he told reporters in Delhi today. “Important to see how sustainable it […]
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