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H T Parekh Finance Column

H T Parekh Finance Column
The agreement in the United States on raising the debt ceiling that was reached at the last minute need not have been a cliffhanger. The broad contours of a deal and whose interests it would serve...
As India officials look at the international debate on "too-bigto- fail" issues they should reflect on the more general problem that while there is now universal familiarity with the words systemic...
The experience of the sub-prime crisis has underlined the virtues of caution in banking sector liberalisation. It has brought home the necessity of balancing efficiency and stability in banking...
Following the reiteration in the Union Budget of the decision of the government and the central bank to issue new bank licences, the union cabinet has approved certain amendments to the Banking...
An ideal system of global liquidity for the official sector is one which both lubricates international commerce with low risk while facilitating the smooth adjustment of global imbalances when these...
One cannot argue that the high unemployment today in the advanced economies calls for a Keynesian solution. Unlike the 1930s, which were characterised by high unemployment and large savings, it is...
The Reserve Bank of India's discussion paper on entry of new banks in the private sector lists a number of issues in the next round of licensing of such banks. If the new private banks are to focus...
The global banking lobby has managed to block structural reform aimed at averting another financial crisis as in 2008. It first stalled radical reform measures to restrict the activities of banks and...
Cross-border finance will increasingly be shaped by the fiscal crisis in the advanced countries.
That complex financial derivatives lay at the root of the financial crisis is a seductive but wrong idea. When liabilities are complex assets cannot be simple, otherwise we will have a mismatch...
The world banking system has been adjusting to the post-crisis deleveraging in the household and corporate sectors. At the same time, leverage in government has shot up as governments have intervened...
Why has the International Monetary Fund argued, through a staff paper, that there could be circumstances where capital controls may be warranted. It could be that since the current surge in capital...

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