Posted at 9:59 AM , on March 18, 2019
The meeting of the RBI Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) on the 04th of April is likely to be one of the most keenly awaited monetary policies. The RBI had obliged the money markets by cutting rates by 25 bps in its February policy. Will the RBI oblige the markets with another rate cut or will it prefer to wait. Let us look at the macros first!
Posted at 9:56 AM , on March 18, 2019
In the last few months, the NCLT and the NCLAT have certainly come of age. That is good news as it means that the insolvency and bankruptcy process should go through a lot more smoothly.
Posted at 9:52 AM , on March 18, 2019
For the fourth time in succession, China managed to stall India’s efforts to declare Masood Azhar as a globally designated terrorist. In fact, that was to be expected. China is one of the five countries that have a permanent seat in the United National Security Council (UNSC). This gives them the veto power to strike down any decision even if the majority has a view to the contrary. This is the veto that China has used even in the past. What should India do?
Posted at 11:32 AM , on March 11, 2019
The last board meeting of SEBI made two very far reaching changes for liquid funds. For long, liquid funds have been the preferring parking place for corporates to keep money for the short term. Not only were liquid funds secured and tax effective, but the returns were at least 2-3% higher than bank deposits. So, what has changed?
Posted at 11:29 AM , on March 11, 2019
Suddenly the FII buying appears to be back with a vengeance. In fact, since the third week of October, the FIIs have infused close to $3 billion into Indian equities. That is a sharp infusion in a short period of time. What exactly is driving the spurt in FII flows. Let us look at 3 reasons why the FIIs are back!