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H T Parekh Finance Column

H T Parekh Finance Column
The world’s financial markets are hurtling towards a new phase of crises ranging from currency, to balance of payments, to sovereign debt, to banking crises. The monetary tightening policies of the...
The implementation of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 has led to aggressive competition to acquire firms that have been subjected to the resolution process. This suggests that the default...
The United States (US) is sinking. It is what happens to a country when it blames everyone else for its ailments. The problem is that when the biggest boat in the water sinks, it pulls others down...
The Modern Monetary Theory is described as an integration of endogenous money, state money, credit money, and functional finance theories. Despite departing from a faithful narration of what actually...
The prolonged deployment of “unconventional” monetary policy responses that began in reaction to the financial crisis of 2008, especially “quantitative easing,” set off speculative investments and...
One of Donald Trump’s big election promises was a substantial rollback of bank regulation. Trump and his Republican followers believe the regulations ushered in by the Dodd–Frank Act in the United...
Riba could mean usury, interest, economic rent and even surplus value (in the Marxian sense). Riba is “un-Islamic.” Without riba, capital accumulation, and capitalism itself will not be possible...
Total global debt has increased, growth has been slowing down since the onset of the global financial crisis in 2007 and has been rapidly decelerating after 2012. This may be a sign that the world...
The Narendra Modi government appears to have decided to privatise public sector banks (PSBs). Preparations are underway with arguments being marshalled that “there is no alternative” to privatisation...

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