Posts tagged ‘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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November 23, 2011

Sensex and Nifty Losses Almost 1.5% on 23 Nov 2011

On the expected line today 30 stocks Indian Benchmark Index Sensex fell below the 16,000 level again after rising yesterday. The market started with sharp rise followed by sharp falls. The Sensex has fallen by 1.5%. Following the BSE Sensex, wide based NSE Nifty also fell by 1.4% in the early hours of trading.

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November 22, 2011

Sensex and Nifty Rises on Short Position Covering on 22nd Nov 2011

The Volatile Indian stock markets in line with the international counterparts, today on 22nd Nov 2011 bounced back. After falling for many days in row since eight sessions, the Indian stock market today opened higher than the previous closes giving speculators and short term investors have huge opportunities to earn some decent returns from this hyper volatile market.

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November 21, 2011

Sensex and Nifty Falling on Selling Pressure

The Indian stock market benchmark 30 share BSE index Sensex fell by over 191 points in opening trade on Monday, 21st Nov 2011, because of worries about the slowing economic growth in Indian economy and sluggish policy initiatives at different levels and sectors, ailing airline industry as well as uncertainty over the euro zone debt crisis has resulted into lack of confidence in investors in stock markets.

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November 11, 2011

Standard & Poor’s Upgrades Indian Banking Sector Contrary to Moody’s Downgrades

The downgrade of Indian banking sector from stable to negative by Moody’s shaken the Indian equity market and as result of this downgrade the Indian banking sector stocks faced huge selling pressure and the prices of the stocks of almost every bank fell.

Contrary to the Moody’s downgrade, it’s competitor in rating market today the leading rating company Standards & Poor’s has upgraded the Indian banking sector on the basis of strict and stringent domestic banking regulations and proper enforcement by the Reserve Bank of India.

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October 13, 2011

Future of Indian Stock Market

Indian stock market has been very volatile since long. And the future is unexpected. The investors have got confused.

Scenario

For long term investor the Indian stock market has provided no incentive to invest in the market. If the Sensex of BSE is taken as indicator of the stock market performance Indian stock market, then it is crystal clear that the stock market has no incentive to invest as the Sensex has been in the same range since months.

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September 26, 2011

Introduction to the Concept of Tier Capital

Under the provisions of Basel Banking Reforms, banks are required to maintain different types of tier capital with purpose of making banks more reliable and stable and lower the risks relating to various areas. The tier capital is categorized and explained as below

Tier 1 capital

Tier 1 capital is the core measure of a bank’s financial strength from a regulator’s point of view. It consists of the types of financial capital considered the most reliable and liquid, primarily equity.

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September 26, 2011

NPA: Non Performing Assets

Non Performing Asset means an asset or account of borrower, which has been classified by a bank or financial institution as sub-standard, doubtful or loss asset, in accordance with the directions or guidelines relating to asset classification issued by RBI. In simple words the non performing assets are the lending by the bank that bank considers to be defaulted and no future payment will be received. Under the guidelines of RBI, the action for enforcement of security interest can be initiated only if the secured asset is classified as Non Performing Asset. In case of unsecured assets that turn non-performing assets, the bank has very limited options in their hands.

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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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