‘Global Events Could Challenge Hegemony Of Dollar’
Will the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war change the idea of globalisation and sovereignty? Will the hegemony of the US dollar and its might be challenged? K.V. Subramanian, former chief economic advisor, weighs in. Edited excerpts:
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The Curious Case Of High Debt And Low Interest Rates
On one hand the world is swarming in debt, on the other hand the interest rates are now at its lowest ever. Why are loan takers being incentivised for going into debt?
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Staying Up At Night
Hedging portfolio risks in uncertain times can be futile but is imperative nonetheless
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The King of all Trades
The Greenback will remain the world’s go-to-currency even as the Renminbi makes its way into a basket of reserve currencies
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"2016 will be a year to be conservative and risk-averse"
Shankar Sharma of First Global talks about why he believes 2016 is a year to be extra-conservative
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