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  • Neutral on India; global growth on track: UBS Oct 17, 2014 10:47 AM IST

    Neutral on India; global growth on track: UBS

    Geoffrey Dennis of UBS says even emerging markets saw significant correction and from a fundamental point of view, it makes more sense to look for buying opportunities.

  • After fall, yen in sweet spot for economy, but US watching Jan 27, 2014 03:52 PM IST

    After fall, yen in sweet spot for economy, but US watching

    Should the yen keep falling, the drawbacks of higher import prices and possible anger from Washington and other trading powers could start to outweigh the benefits of a weaker currency. Those benefits start shifting to drawbacks if the yen slips to 120-130 per dollar from its current Goldilocks' range of 100-110.

  • Lord Turner analyses state of US, Europe & Indian economies Jan 18, 2014 04:45 PM IST

    Lord Turner analyses state of US, Europe & Indian economies

    Lord Adair Turner goes on to analyse India and says the crucial thing is to look at the degree of reliance on short-term debt and that is something that RBI governor Raghuram Rajan has commented on within the nature of financing of current account deficit (CAD).

  • IMF predicts higher global growth but warns of risks Jan 16, 2014 09:26 AM IST

    IMF predicts higher global growth but warns of risks

    IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde expressed concern about price growth remaining below the target of many central banks, which could hurt the nascent recovery.

  • Japan PM Abe: Economy steadily escaping deflation Dec 24, 2013 08:58 AM IST

    Japan PM Abe: Economy steadily escaping deflation

    Abe was speaking at a meeting of ministers following the government's decision to drop the word deflation from its monthly economic report for the first time in four years.

  • Can emerging markets offer inflation protection? Nov 21, 2013 09:00 AM IST

    Can emerging markets offer inflation protection?

    In many emerging markets, the risk may be deflation, not inflation, once central banks begin unwinding their monetary stimulus as it may spur fund outflows.

  • Abenomics at one year: growth to slow as challenges mount Nov 14, 2013 09:19 AM IST

    Abenomics at one year: growth to slow as challenges mount

    Japan's economy has improved dramatically since November 14, 2012, when Abe's unpopular predecessor, Toshihiko Noda, announced snap elections. That vaulted Abe into pole position and prompted investors to price in the effects of his promises of massive govt debt purchases by central bank & hefty govt spending.

  • Japan Q2 growth slower than expected at 2.6% Aug 12, 2013 05:06 PM IST

    Japan Q2 growth slower than expected at 2.6%

    The expansion was smaller than a downwardly revised 3.8 percent increase in the first quarter, when the launch of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's stimulus policies drove up share prices and led to exceptionally strong personal consumption

  • Japan may bounce back from 15-yr deflation flight: Report Jul 23, 2013 09:09 AM IST

    Japan may bounce back from 15-yr deflation flight: Report

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's monetary easing and budget spending seem to have helped. Nation needs to work on fiscal reform in the medium and long term even as it pursues aggressive stimulus steps to support the recovery and to help beat deflation

  • China manufacturing back in focus this week Jul 22, 2013 02:22 PM IST

    China manufacturing back in focus this week

    HSBC`s flash estimate of the China purchasing managers` index (PMI) is likely to feature high on the list of data to be watched closely in Asia this week.

  • Apple joins other foreign brands in raising prices in Japan May 31, 2013 02:55 PM IST

    Apple joins other foreign brands in raising prices in Japan

    Apple, one of the most visible foreign companies in Japan, raised the price of iPads by up to 13,000 yen at its local stores. The 64 gigabyte iPad will now cost 69,800 yen, up from 58,800 yen a day ago, an Apple store employee said. The 128 gigabyte model will cost 79,800 yen compared with 66,800 yen.

  • Evidence mounts on slower US economic growth May 17, 2013 12:47 PM IST

    Evidence mounts on slower US economic growth

    The US economy showed fresh signs of slower growth in the second quarter, with factory activity slipping in the mid-Atlantic region while groundbreaking declined at home construction sites.

  • Nikkei rises above 13,500; investors wary of going short Apr 11, 2013 02:28 PM IST

    Nikkei rises above 13,500; investors wary of going short

    Japan's Nikkei share average jumped to end above 13,500 on Thursday, the first time it has done so in almost five years, with the bullish mood in place since the central bank announced unprecedented stimulus measures showing few signs of abating.

  • Yen's persistent weakness against dollar may end Apr 04, 2013 04:56 PM IST

    Yen's persistent weakness against dollar may end

    Expectations the Bank of Japan (BoJ) will unleash sweeping new stimulus measures to dig the country out of decades of deflation has crushed the yen, but its darkest days may be over.

  • BoJ shocks with new base-money target, boosts asset buying Apr 04, 2013 04:55 PM IST

    BoJ shocks with new base-money target, boosts asset buying

    The Bank of Japan (BoJ) shocked markets on Thursday with a radical overhaul of its policymaking, adopting a new balance sheet target and pledging to double its government bond holdings in two years as it seeks to end nearly two decades of deflation.

  • Rupee falls for second session, stocks watched Apr 04, 2013 09:40 AM IST

    Rupee falls for second session, stocks watched

    Rupee falls for a second successive session, tracking regional stock losses. The pair is at 54.54/55 levels versus 54.43/44 close on Wednesday.

  • Why G-20 isn't a sign that yen will fall further Feb 19, 2013 08:21 AM IST

    Why G-20 isn't a sign that yen will fall further

    The yen continued its slide against the dollar on Monday after global finance ministers at the weekend avoided directly criticizing Japan for pursuing policies that have led to significant weakness in its currency. However, analysts warned against expecting a further drop in the yen.

  • Japan's deflation battle: Why this time is different Dec 17, 2012 01:10 PM IST

    Japan's deflation battle: Why this time is different

    While only time will tell whether Japan's incoming Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wins the war he has declared against deflation, one thing is clear, say analysts, the central bank will be pushed to be far more aggressive than it has ever been.

  • Easier for Japan to live with strong yen than tame it Oct 11, 2011 09:15 AM IST

    Easier for Japan to live with strong yen than tame it

    Few in Japan seem to harbour any illusions that the latest efforts to tame the yen can push it away from record highs far enough and for long enough to make much of a difference.

  • Japan's lost decade: Still a risk for US economy Sep 25, 2011 03:50 PM IST

    Japan's lost decade: Still a risk for US economy

    As the US economy slouches toward another recession and confidence in policymakers erodes, investors are coming to grips with the notion that the country may already be several years into a Japan-style lost decade.

  • Asset bubble to burst, deflation coming soon: Kotak Invest Sep 23, 2011 01:13 PM IST

    Asset bubble to burst, deflation coming soon: Kotak Invest

    The one question riding every mind on the battered global markets today is whether all the bad news is already factored in or if are we slipping to the bottom. Taking away the comfort, Falguni Nayar, managing director of Kotak Investment Bank says the global markets are all headed to a precipitous fall ahead.

  • End of Fed's QE2 portends rocky ride for gold rally Jul 03, 2011 08:16 AM IST

    End of Fed's QE2 portends rocky ride for gold rally

    The end of Federal Reserve emergency cash is unlikely to derail gold's 10-year rally, but the precious metal might face a rockier road as the cheap money that had fuelled its ascent dries up, at least for now.

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