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T. Sabri Oncu
Monday 15 June, 2015
The global financial crisis that started in 2007 has never ended and now there are warnings of a looming market liquidity crisis, but when this will hit remains to be seen.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 08 May, 2015
Downturn in financial market is inevitable, but the fact that a host of investors driven by the herd instinct live in denial complicates matters and worsens the outcome.
Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 15 April, 2015
Prof. Jayati Ghosh discusses the possibility of a Greek default in its IMF repayments. Despite austerity, Syriza is unable to exit the Eurozone because of Greek people's pressure.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Wednesday 15 April, 2015
Official satisfaction with the decision by Moody’s to raise India’s sovereign rating may be ignoring the possibility that the agency missed an important source of vulnerability.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 17 February, 2015
Whilst India’s stock markets touch dizzying heights, households are withdrawing from the market as they are influenced more by returns registered in short periods.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 03 February, 2015
Like several other Southeast Asian economies, Malaysian economic growth shows the adverse implications of relying on deregulated finance to deliver more investment.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 02 January, 2015
Emerging market economies in Asia are confronted with signs of bank fragility owing to overexposure to the private sector, whose mounting external debt compounds the problem.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 25 November, 2014
Amidst stock market euphoria, the growing international debt exposure of certain Asian countries, particularly Hong Kong, China and India, is a matter of major concern.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 19 September, 2014
Instead of looking at developed countries’ monetary easing the RBI should explore policy alternatives to restrict capital inflow and reduce India’s external vulnerability.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 09 September, 2014
The government’s incentives to foreign investors have resulted in a sharp rise in FPI investments in India’s debt market that does impose costs on the nation.
 

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