In this episode, Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra does a 3-Point Analysis on the interest waiver row.
Moneycontrol breaks down the impact of the coronavirus-induced global slowdown on India.
In the short run, companies may have inventories to meet the demand for their goods. But what about in a month or so?
A popular textbook theory is fast gaining traction to deal with the economic fallout of COVID-19 - 'Helicopter Drop' of money.
Japan had 17 confirmed cases as of Friday, including some without symptoms. One of the most recent was a bus guide who worked on a bus tour for tourists from China - the same tour as a bus driver who also came down with the virus.
In multiple statements issued on Saturday afternoon, the People's Bank of China (PBOC) said that it will appropriately lower lending rates to support firms affected by virus outbreak.
India was also the country which imposed internet restrictions more often than any other country, with over 100 shutdowns documented in 2019, clocking 4,196 hours
Addressing a gathering at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management, Jaitley said that any impact that had been felt on the markets and the rupee had been "temporary", and that foreign direct investment into India "continues to increase".
Japanese stocks plunged 12% on Tuesday as the country is dealing with multiple crises. The economic impact on the quake-stricken country and the global market is yet to be construed. Veteran on the market pulse, N Jayakumar of Prime Securities, in an exclusive interview with CNBC-TV18 shares what the Japanese crises mean to capital markets.
World stocks hit a six-week low on Monday driven by a 7.5% slide in Tokyo shares, while oil tumbled as concerns grew about the economic impact of Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami.