Stock Market Down And Stocks Plunged — Fed Rate Hike To Blame?

Fed rate hike caused stock market crash? As we enter the fourth quarter of 2022, rising inflation is dragging down stock markets. Most stocks, including the S&P500, have hit lows. This has created a volatile atmosphere that threatens economic growth.…

Reserve Bank Of India To Delay At Least Until August To Raise The Repo Rate

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), left repo rates unruffled, at 4 basis points for the 11th time in a row. A basis point is one out of a hundred percentage points. The policymakers unanimously voted to retain a 4% borrowing…

Pandemic Aftermath: Human Resources Evolution From Where It’s Been To Where It’s Going

he pandemic has brought forth an unprecedented unemployment crisis, consequently putting talent acquisition companies right at the center of all the chaos.

Vice President Naidu: Tourism is an engine to boost economic growth

Calling tourism a major engine of economic growth, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Friday stressed on the aspect of ‘ethics’ in travel and

Asia’s economic growth dims as trade & investment weaken: ADB

Economic growth in developing Asia remains robust but prospects have further dimmed and risks to the region’s economies are rising as trade and investment weaken, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said on Wednesday.

Cashless Prosperity: Will 2019 be India’s Worst Diwali?

Demand is dead; rich or poor, no one has liquidity. Lakhs have lost their jobs and buying has come to a standstill right before the festive season. Is this India’s worst Diwali?

PSU Bank Mergers to blame: Deep Recession hits India in 2020

Economic slowdown has worsened in August despite active push by government with boosters to rejuvenate the economy. Furthermore, merger of PSU banks might increase the chances of Recession-hit India in 2020.

Enemy at the Gates: Signs that prove Recession is Real

Financial institutions are careful in uttering the word, but the dire state of things in India is becoming clearer with each day – sectors losing money, defaulting corporations, struggling RBI and drowning markets – Recession isn’t coming, its already here.

India’s GDP slumps to five-year low

GDP growth dips to five-year low of 6.8 pc in FY19 The economic growth rate for the financial year 2018-19 stood at a five-year low of 6.8 per cent, data released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) showed on Friday.…

World’s fastest growing economy? Not anymore.

India’s economic growth drops to just 5.8% in Jan-March quarter | Falls behind China for the first time in two years.