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Academic studies have proved the commercial viability of research by taking it from the lofty towers of academia to the lowlands of the trading floor.
Hemindra Hazari The media has gone overboard on the government of India’s decision not to give Raghuram Rajan, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor, a second term, and focused on how the government is unable to retain an internationally acclaimed economist. However, now...
Hemindra Hazari In India’s darkest economic hour, with the economy starved of cash, the prime minister extolling the people on the virtues of sacrifice and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor finally emerging from his 14-day absence and silence to reassure citizens, one...
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A strange picture of India’s financial system is being drawn, where privatisation is being pushed even as critical analysis and reporting on private sector entities is slowly being discouraged. Hemindra HazariBANKING29/DEC/2017
In response to the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) directive to Yes Bank to replace the present CEO-promoter Rana Kapoor by January 31, 2019, the bank’s share price fell a stunning 29% on September 21, and Rs 20,937 crores of market capitalisation went up in smoke.
A liquidity crisis of such a magnitude is not an overnight phenomena yet the credit rating agency certified the compnay as investment grade thereby misinforming bond holders and bankers
SBI's massive restructuring of standard loans are finally coming home to roost with a vengeance. Hemindra HazariBANKING13/FEB/2018 SBI’s headquarters in Mumbai. Credit: Reuters
Hemindra Hazari The government’s decision to appoint Urjit Patel, the current deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), to replace Raghuram Rajan as governor of the central bank was met with a chorus of approval by the media, and by captains of...
By Hemindra Hazari Even in a season of corporate misgovernance, scams and lack of any CEO-level and board-level accountability, a new leviathan of misgovernance threatens to dwarf the rest. Emerging from the murky depths – where it seems...