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  • Ever since the US Fed announced tapering of its ultra-loose monetary policy, the rupee has been in a downward spiral. Global funds have diverted their wealth to US markets in anticipation of the strengthening of the dollar index and better yields on US treasuries, which also happens to be a safe haven. The yields over 2% on US 10-year bonds were deemed attractive and led to a drain of capital from..

  • The RBI’s credit policy for FY11 was largely on expected lines, but the quantum of hikes was lower than expectations of few market players. The latest monetary measures and policy review clearly reflect the increasing emphasis on reigning in inflationary pressures. While, economic growth has been strong; the central bank highlighted possible risks due to an uncertain global environment and erratic..