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Monday, April 05, 2004
Strengthening rupee calls for lower interest rates
A moderation in aggregate demand, in course of time, will help relieve the pressure that a currency will face in the foreign exchange markets, says T. B. Kapali.
Features of stabilisation scheme
A new market stabilisation scheme is being launched this week. Will it provide relief to the RBI?
IDFC at the crossroads
For an institution that was supposed to "to lead private capital to commercially viable infrastructure projects" in India, the achievements are not so encouraging.
Implications of weaker dollar for U.S. economy
As a large chunk of U.S. exports goes to countries whose exchange rates are pegged to the dollar, the decline of the dollar against the pound, for instance, simply does not have the same impact on domestic producers that it might have had two decad es ago.
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