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It’s Monday Again!- Brazil sets off Dollar’s return on the wrong foot, but EMs it seems to be (July 22-July 26, 2013 – US Economy & Markets)

  Firstly, it wasn’t us to blame for not starting you off on Monday the last 2-3 weeks as we did deliver the Bank results and well, you have not … Continue reading

July 22, 2013

India Morning Report: FDI flows bolstered in 13 sectors including Defence and Telecom (FX Intervention 2013 – This week in Asia July 15-19, 2013)

Pending Cabinet decisions, Parliamentary Debates, Ordinance and Laws A welcome decision was announced to increase FDI limits in state of the art Defence equipment to 49% from 24% through the … Continue reading

July 16, 2013

India Morning Report: India regains investment preference in Asia, builds on 5900 (Whats happening in Asia on the Banking Initiative)

Markets had a choppy week early on in India but with selling having refused to resume and Asian markets keeping a comeback worked into the numbers meant the Dollar indices … Continue reading

July 4, 2013

India Morning report: Oil signals treated as critical sell levels for the Rupee (This week in Asia on advantages.us)

An old adage for the market, it is now a repeated phenomena in the global markets for India to retain the dubious double distinction of heralding global commodity lows and … Continue reading

July 2, 2013

What’s happening in Asia (India Morning Report): India needn’t have worried about Fed pronouncements (India Investment post)

The only island of yet positive GDP growth with near 0 domestic investment, India could have easily ignored Fed pronouncements overnight but instead as the currency fails to find any … Continue reading

June 20, 2013

Asia Economy: Singapore, Japan GDP growth tracks positive reversal in fortunes

Q1 delivered another warning from Asian economies though trade data in China and Japan remained subdued on consumption imports. Japanese GDP growth would positively influence fortunes of Asia in general … Continue reading

May 17, 2012 · 1 Comment

India vs China : ( A likes comparison) Chinese inflation ticks down to 3.4%

While Indian inflation is likely to step out of the sub 7% mark on the wholesale levels to more than 8% following the retail index, Chinese inflation ticked up to … Continue reading

May 10, 2012

FDI and Investing attractions in India: Where’s everything headed then!

From our india blogs India.advantages.us  and the wp Image here We as india writers have pushed out everything with insight in the last three four years, short of  the unworthy … Continue reading

March 24, 2012

China inflation hits target 3%. now a dull PPI shutdown scare | Asia Review & Insight

The Inflation ticked down -0.1% M/M at retail to hit a Y/Y 3% comparison, Propducer Prices weak at the same level as last year linking to the production scare in … Continue reading

March 8, 2012

Euro GDPs keep track except Italy | Insight Europe

France was the most pleasant surprise from iStat in the morning scoring 1.4% year on year ( and I would not worry with QOQ figures for any of today’s data) … Continue reading

February 15, 2012 · 2 Comments

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