Ken Moelis has set his sights on India with billionaire entrepreneurs seeking overseas assets amid policy-induced slowdown in the home market.
Reserve Bank of India's actions are not geared to giving the best deal for the government but they are taken in the interest of the overall economy, says Subir Gokarn.
RBI given a painkiller, but it may not be significant enough to treat the disease. SLR cut may not translate to higher lending at lower rates for industry.
Reserve Bank of India Governor Duvvuri Subbarao has tried his best to downplay expectations of an interest rate cut.
Are the key men in ministries and ministers making the right noise to revive the economy where growth rate has fallen to a near-decade low?
While his treatment of bad loans and instructions on the composition of deposits reflect commitment, the bureaucrat may have encroached into a domain reserved for corporate entities
The use-and-throw status of permits, lock-in periods, mandated minimum tenor of bonds and withholding tax more than offset an apparently high yield.
Rate cuts may not happen yet unless PM Manmohan Singh, who holds the finance portfolio, pulls a rabbit out of his hat by July 30 to contain fiscal deficit.
The Indian unit of Barclays may become a weaker entity if the parent is split into retail and investment banks.
ING Vysya Bank has returned to investors more than double what the BSE Bankex did since January 2009, the year when Shailendra Bhandari was appointed its chief executive.
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