Archive for ‘Economy’

August 29, 2015

Industrial Regulation

Every country has some rules, laws and acts to enforce and regulate their industries with purpose of safeguarding the interests of all the stakeholders and induce the industrial growth in the economy. These laws with such intentions of safeguarding and promoting industrial activities in the country are known as industrial regulation laws and policy. Every country has an industrial policy depending on the need circumstances in the economy. This industrial policy is enforced by many laws and rules of the land that tackle with various industries in the country.

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December 23, 2011

Moody’s Upgrades Indian Bonds

Earlier Moody’s downgraded Indian Banking sector few weeks back. The same rating agency has sweetened the Indian economy when it needed some help as week rupee, huge fiscal deficit, and policy paralysis made things worse her in India. Its expected that this upgrade will help Indian economy inshort term as well as long term and some foriegn currency, mainly US dallor may come to India for better returns.

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September 23, 2011

Deposit Rates to Move Upward

The inflation in the economy has been moving upward and it has reached to an alarming level in an inflationary economy. It is imperative to contain this inflation. The government has no other tools than the monetary policy tools. If one looks at the historical data provided below, it is clear Indian economy has been witnessing a very high inflation rate since 2008 but in 2010 inflation rates were in double digit about 16%.

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September 23, 2011

Economic Indicators: Leading, Lagging and Coincident

Investment is related to economy and economic conditions. The economic conditions prevailing in the economy have huge impact on the value of the investment as well as availability and opportunities for investment. So for you as investors it is important to understand the economic conditions. To this purpose, economic indicators serve well.

An indicator is usually an index or group of index that helps to predict future financial or economic trends. For example, the social and economic statistics relating economic activities, such as output, demand and supply figures of any product or service or inflation or index for industrial production (IIP) published by various departments of Indian government are such indicators that helps to understand the trend in the economy and future course for investments. Some of the popular indicators include unemployment rates, GDP, IIP, inflationary indexes and consumer confidence. Official indicators must meet certain set criteria.

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February 24, 2011

Rising Assets Price in California in Times of Crisis

Price of any commodity or any article depends of demand-supply dynamics of that particular article and the usage frequency as well. Also the scarcities of the article lead to excessive demand for that good that result into higher prices. The income and living standards too have impact on the prices of the properties in market.

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February 2, 2011

MNCs in China and the US Trade Deficit

Nearly Half of China’s Export-oriented Factories are owned by American and other foreign MNCs and this reality is bring a discussion to front that does such kinds of patterns have any role in the U.S. trade deficits? Few people thinks so but a large section have different view.

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