How about ‘payable to order’ currency notes ?
It will record all payments made by cash and the RBI could monitor money flows
SEBI moves a step closer to banning P-Notes
P-Note issuances can shrink by a quarter due to the move
GTPL Hathway: Expensive, post-issue shocks possible
Heavy dependence on local cable operators a big drag
In defence of the Finance Ministry
Whatever its shortcomings, unwarranted criticism and discourtesy are not in order
Rupee recovers from Fed rate hike impact
The currency may remain volatile in the 64-65 range as Brexit talks begin
Brace for short-term growth slowdown post GST rollout
Economists see disruption owing to transition troubles, but gains in the long run
Govt must take 3 steps towards sustainable, 24x7 power
Overall, though, it has been an electrifying performance in power management
RBI identifying defaulters for insolvency can hurt banks’ balance sheets
Banks will have to take huge haircuts if these cases go into liquidation
How to make the most of commodities options
SEBI has finally released the guidelines on commodity options. Commodity options can provide depth to the commoditues market and bring in more par...
Down and out: Why food inflation may pick up from here
The market wants a rate cut on hopes of prolonged low inflation, but it is wrong
An eventful week ahead for rupee
A series of major central bank meetings may keep the currency market volatile
‘There is room for a 25 bps rate cut’
The June monetary policy meeting came against the backdrop of a sea change in the perception of future inflation trajectory.There were widespread expe...
Bond markets to remain range-bound
Bond yields that have been yo-yoing between 6.6 per cent and 7 per cent since the beginning of this year, are likely to remain range-bound over the c...
Getting the right mix for masala bonds
The changes in norms will help plug the existing loopholes and make the bonds more attractive
Lowering SLR will not nudge banks to raise lending
Reduction in risk-weights for housing loans, though, can boost credit in the segment
RBI’s status quo on policy stance offers little respite for borrowers
But benefits of rate cuts over the past year will result in significant windfall gains for old borrowers under MCLR
Why the RBI’s policy may matter little to depositors?
While all eyes are on the RBI’s rate action and policy stance, which will be out in a couple of hours, for one segment of the market, the central ban...