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An extract from Duvvuri Subbarao's book 'Who Moved My Interest Rate?'

Ben Inker, head of GMO’s Asset Allocation team, explains why emerging markets figure highly in their portfolio, but India and the US not as much

Flush with cash, institutional investors are paying a high price for a cheery consensus. Those lining up for a fire sale may not have to wait too long

India continues to be the biggest recipient of remittances, though inflows see muted growth

Minority shareholders are gearing up to take on Carl Icahn-owned Tenneco for undervaluing the Indian operations of Federal-Mogul

The rupee’s resilience has again been blown away by its oldest nemesis: rising crude and foreign outflows. The outlook for the next year is not pleasant either

Shares of NDTV had hit a nine-month high on prospects of selling them at Rs.214 in an open offer

Given the uncertainty over capital infusion and hidden stress in its loan book, analysts don’t believe that PNB’s cup of woes has brimmeth over

Eighteen months into demonetisation, ATMs experience another cash crunch

After feeding off a benign macro environment, the bulls could be forced off their peak as rising yields and earnings uncertainty take centrestage

The Federal reserve’s purported three to four hikes this year beginning in March are likely exaggerated

Consensus estimates have built in 20% earnings growth for the upcoming fiscal 

Vijay Shekhar Sharma is looking beyond financial inclusion with Paytm Payments Bank. Will he succeed?

The financial system may be approaching a tipping point, so investing in 2018 warrants caution

Rising inflation, widening deficit and a possible earnings downgrade loom large over the horizon

With better asset quality and profitability, old private banks fare better than their PSU peers

Will falling retail inflation force RBI hand? 

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Why investors need to prepare themselves to deal with Chinese securities

If the US 10-year yield moves higher than 2.60%, it will mark the beginning of a secular bear bond market

Trump's anti-globalisation ideas may restrict trade and negatively affect corporate profits 

The Greenback will remain the world’s go-to-currency even as the Renminbi makes its way into a basket of reserve currencies

Sooner rather than later, Yellen's smooth shot from the fairway will find the deep rough

Most financial innovation doesn't add much value and has increasingly become a Ponzi scheme

The economic outlook is less bad than recent commentaries would have you believe

Mann De shi Mahila Sahakari Bank has struck a pot of gold through altruism