151. All about Stock exchanges: Navya Seventh Article

Investment Funds Investment funds are investment vehicles created for the purpose of collecting assets from investors and channeling those assets into a portfolio of financial instruments such as stocks, bonds and other securities. Investment funds offer small investors the chance to have a professionally managed and diversified basket of financial instruments at affordable costs. An […]

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147. Methods of credit control and combating inflation written by MS Navya Sixth Article

Methods of credit control and combating inflation written by MS Navya  Sixth Article Variation of Cash Reserve Ratio vs. Open Market Operations Variation of cash reserves is superior to open market operations in the following respects: (a) The success of open market operations depends upon the existence of a broad and developed capital market and […]

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146. Methods of Credit Control : MS Navya’s Fourth Article

Methods of credit control and combating inflation written by MS Navya  Fourth Article BANK RATE POLICY It is also known as discount rate policy. Bank rate is the rate at which the Central Bank is prepared to rediscount the approved bills or to lend on eligible paper. This weapon can be used independently or along […]

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133. Infliation, Deflation etc.,

Inflation, Deflation, Hyper Inflation and Stagflation Inflation Inflation has become a global phenomenon in recent years. It is a highly controversial term which has undergone modifications since it was first defined by the neo classical economists. The matter of concern for the common man and government alike is inflation. It is one of the important […]

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129. Inflation

Raising interest rate does not always reduce inflation but at times leads to increase in inflation. Justify There is no wonder why the measures initiated by RBI to curb inflation have not been successful in bringing down the Inflation. Inflation means a sustained raise in the prices of commodities. The raise in prices could either […]

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101. Environment 3

Environmental pollution 3 This and a few of the following blogs have been inspired by a very thought provoking article by Mr. Anil Agarwal (former Director, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi) . I would strongly advise you to read the article published in the book Ethical Perspectives  on Environmental Issues in India published […]

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88. A disscussion on the Role of the Media

BEGINNING SERIES INDIAN MEDIA: RAGS TO RICHES STORY OFCOMPROMISE Once a well known journalist remarked, ‘isit wrong to make money?’ being in a masters course with full enthusiasm forlanding in a good job by one of your prospective employers, I replied anemphatic ‘no’. We are being taught the economics of running a media  house and […]

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