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Monday, August 30, 2004
The Budget and the FRBM Act
A continuous rise in inflation tends to induce market participants to expect higher inflation in future, putting an upward pressure on current nominal interest rates, say M. Ramachandran & R. Srinivasan
A super regulator for commodity trades?
By unifying policy making in New Delhi under the Ministry of Finance and by unifying the regulatory authorities for both markets, SEBI and FMC, the Government is seeking to create a super regulator.
Marketing in technology companies
IT companies would do well to bring more focus on initiatives that create a "pull" vis-a-vis activities that "push" the message to the target audience.
Price control through the back door?
Inflation continues to be in the news. The Government has been doing its bit forcing steel prices down and moderating oil prices earlier. But very difficult to understand has been the contrarian stance of some important banks.
WEEK IN FINANCIAL MARKETS
Bourses overcome inflation fears
THE EASING of crude oil prices and the upgrade in outlook on India's foreign currency rating by Standard & Poor's (S&P) helped in the recovery of stock prices last week. Despite the absence of significant buying by foreign institutional ...
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