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Deutsche Bank challenges – Is the fault only of the banks?

Deutsche bank is grappling under a series of crisis, mostly of its own doing and the one that has affected the most is the recent fallout with US Justice department (DOJ), which is on the verge of slapping a multi-billion dollar fine on the German bank for its active role in selling derivatives and other[…]

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Conflict of interest in Banks

The Lehman Brothers crisis where hundreds of savers lost their life savings hasn’t moved the Banks enough to sort their ethics about Mis-selling. Recent incidents that have come to light show that the regulators are yet to find ways to force banks to curb such practices. Individuals trust the banking system, but the practices and[…]

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Central Bankers are ruining the Savers

Ever since news broke out that RBS will start charging interest on deposits, many have voiced their concern. Among those, the most prominent was the chairman of RBS himself who was vociferous enough in expressing his views that if interest rates continue to fall or eventually become zero, then,the central bank would lose much of[…]

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The Indian IT Services Sector Mid-Life Crisis

The IT sector is constantly evolving, as new players emerge and transform the way we use technology. Advances in technology influence social trends and alter the way we adopt technology at work, school, home, for social networking and pleasure. This makes the IT industry very unpredictable as it constantly strives to keep up with changing[…]

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Greek Sovereign Debt Crisis

Like many other countries, Greece’s government has, for years, borrowed money to balance its books. But even before the financial crisis of 2008, Greece had a history of unsustainably high debt levels and fiscal irresponsibility. A large portion of these debts were hidden off balance sheet. In 2008, the financial crises lead to a global[…]

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Will The Modi Govt Deliver? An Analysis Of India’s Pre-Budget Expectations.

The new pro-business Indian government, led by Narendra Modi, is set to make public it’s first complete budget for fiscal 2015-16 on the 28th of February, 2015. Investors across the board have been betting big on the Modi government to stimulate investment and economic development and it is expected that the first full-fledged Union Budget[…]