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Abheek Barua

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  • How much more can the RBI intervene?

    27-09-2018 20:31:00

    The fact that we are much better protected today might just explain the RBI's reluctance to bring in a biggish chunk of dollars from NRIs either through bonds or dollar deposits as it did in 2013

  • US protection and India: A global trade war cannot be good for anyone

    19-03-2018 05:57:00

    India will not remain unscathed if things begin to hot up and there is retaliation against the US duties from China and the European Union

  • Questions for 2018

    20-12-2017 22:43:00

    The NDA govt has taken enough bold economic moves and should not hesitate to articulate its future vision

  • 2018: Gazing into the crystal ball

    17-12-2017 22:38:00

    Political risk culminating from elections in the US and Latin America, and evolving right-wing populism in Europe could lead to substantial volatility

  • What are the bond markets telling us?

    03-12-2017 22:40:00

    It is likely that the market is anxious about a widening fiscal gap adding to extant inflation pressures bred by both domestic and global factors

  • How much should we worry about oil prices?

    22-11-2017 22:43:00

    Indian policymakers need to watch the sector carefully but maybe there's no reason to get into a deep funk

  • Will the new US tax code spur growth?

    05-11-2017 22:40:00

    While the Tax Cuts and Jobs Bill is most likely to be passed in the US, it might end up expanding the deficit

  • Are emerging markets losing their mojo?

    08-10-2017 22:40:00

    If the dollar bottoms out and the ECB, BoE bring in tighter monetary policies, emerging markets could head south

  • In praise of countercyclical policy

    27-09-2017 22:43:00

    If it's smartly done and addresses the related problems of growth and employment, it can reap quick rewards

  • The resurrection of the US dollar

    24-09-2017 22:40:00

    It's too early to predict if this is the beginning of a dollar rally. But markets cannot afford to ignore the nascent strength

  • Rupee overvaluation fallacy

    10-09-2017 22:40:00

    The question is whether the rupee is significantly above its fair value

  • Jackson hope

    27-08-2017 22:40:00

    This year's meeting of A-listers from financial world in Jackson Hole was not show to beat all shows

  • Understanding the new China

    23-08-2017 22:43:00

    Doklam standoff could be Beijing's strategy to ensure middle class doesn't question its legitimacy

  • What's happening to money orders?

    13-08-2017 22:40:00

    Low crude prices have led to a drop in remittances to India from the diaspora in the Gulf region

  • Yes, the rupee can appreciate more

    30-07-2017 22:40:00

    In this world of new 'normals', going past gauges of overvaluation might just be a lost cause