2014 was a year of remarkable returns in equity market. Even with poor geopolitical situations from Ukraine to Middle-east- Investors enjoyed the Bullish fun feast and Dow theorist licked their chopsticks,but events are lining up a different way . 2015 likely will be a year of volatility and uncertainty.
I tried to understand how Indian economy might perform in 2015 by analyzing some statistics and macro trends, wittering around graphs and pictures these are my conclusions for 2015 based on common sense and logic.
The Double Tax Avoidance Agreements (DTAA) is essentially bilateral agreements entered into between two countries, in our case, between India and another foreign state. The basic objective is to avoid, taxation of income in both the countries (i.e. Double taxation of same income) and to promote and foster economic trade and investment between the two countries.
$0 — that is how much the Federal Reserve will buy in mortgage and treasury bonds next month. As widely anticipated the Federal Open Market Committee announced the end of its multi-year asset purchases Wednesday.In case you haven’t been watching, every month in 2013 the Federal Reserve purchased $85 billion worth of bonds, the peak of what was ultimately 37 months in a row of buying.
Introduction During the post-independence period until the early 1990s, the financial system in India was characterized by a heavily regulated framework such as interest rate controls, a directed credit programme and strict entry rules to the financial markets. In addition, money and capital markets were underdeveloped, and the budget deficit of the central government was […]
In India, out of a population of approximately 123 crores, only a meager 2.25 crores (approx) dabble in stocks. A general sweeping assumption would be that the stock markets are not meant for people with a limited risk appetite. But when we scrape the bottom, a whole new scenario emerges.
Railway Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda presents the NDA government’s maiden Rail Budget. Check out the long list of Raiway Budget 2014 summary.
Modi victory is not only historical and outstanding for sheer numbers , but it is interesting as a subject of academic study in terms of marketing strategy, electoral strategy-A recipe of successfully winning hearts & minds of people and which promises big potentials in terms of attracting and organizing overwhelming popular passion and support within limited time scale and it has deep implications for economic ,politics and business growth and success .
Indians have begun voting in the world’s biggest election, with the ruling Congress party pitted against the Hindu nationalist BJP opposition.The nine-phase ballot begins on Monday and concludes on 12 May. Votes will be counted on 16 May.More than 800 million Indians are eligible to vote in a poll dominated by corruption and high inflation. Checkout the more Interesting Videographic from Financial Times on Indian Elections 2014
The railways budget of 2014 has created much buzz in the recent times. The new railways budget has just appeared the charts. The brief points of the railway budget for 2014 are as follows
The Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) has released a revised state level GDP data for the last three years. The below infographic shows Which state have done worst and which have proved strong and resilent.
In this article our guest author explained Positive feedback system concept using the recent Anglo Irish Bank scandal and how executives face 16 charges connected to €625 million in loans made to wealthy clients in a scheme which attempted to prop the bank up during the 2008 financial crisis.