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'Raghuram Rajan On World Economy' - 22 News Result(s)

  • Raghuram Rajan Warns Of 'Policy Uncertainty' For World Economy

    Raghuram Rajan Warns Of 'Policy Uncertainty' For World Economy

    "We are seeing early signs of investment intentions. Of course there are always clouds. There are clouds this time also," he said.

  • Government Delays Picking New RBI Chief, Kaushik Basu In Running: Report

    Government Delays Picking New RBI Chief, Kaushik Basu In Running: Report

    The government has scaled back the urgency of its search for a new governor for the Reserve Bank of India, unnamed sources said to news agency Reuters, which reports that a replacement to Raghuram Rajan is now likely to be named only after he chairs his final policy meeting next month.

  • Rexit 'Bad Omen' For Indian Economy, Reputation Abroad: Experts

    Rexit 'Bad Omen' For Indian Economy, Reputation Abroad: Experts

    Calling Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan's exit a "bad omen" for the Indian economy, eminent economists and former policymakers on Sunday said it will be seen by the world as India's non-approval to a policy against inflation and bad loans.

  • China Slowdown Poses Threat To World Economy: Raghuram Rajan

    China Slowdown Poses Threat To World Economy: Raghuram Rajan

    Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan has warned that a "sharp" slowdown in China's growth posed a threat to the global economy, highlighting possible impact from the shadow banking system of its neighbour, the Reserve Bank of India said.

  • Raghuram Rajan Says No Reason For India Government To Sell Dollar Bonds

    Raghuram Rajan Says No Reason For India Government To Sell Dollar Bonds

    There is "absolutely no reason" for the Indian government to borrow in dollars and the rest of the developing world must be careful not to become too reliant on foreign capital, Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Friday.

  • RBI Governor Rajan Says 'Helicopter Money' No Panacea

    RBI Governor Rajan Says 'Helicopter Money' No Panacea

    Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Tuesday that he had doubts "helicopter money", or free cash given directly to citizens to stimulate growth, would be successful if adopted by developed world policymakers.

  • Raghuram Rajan Questions 'Helicopter Money', Says People May Not Spend

    Raghuram Rajan Questions 'Helicopter Money', Says People May Not Spend

    As the world debates 'helicopter money' to spur economic activities, Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan on Saturday questioned such an easy direct-to-public money transmission and said people may resort to saving rather than spending.

  • Structural Reforms Needed To Put India On Faster Growth Path: Report

    Structural Reforms Needed To Put India On Faster Growth Path: Report

    Government must focus on structural reforms to put the country on the path of faster economic growth, as the "several reforms" implemented so far may not be enough in a fast-changing world, says a new research report.

  • Indian Economy Growing Fastest, Jaitley On Rajan's 'One-eyed King' Remark

    Indian Economy Growing Fastest, Jaitley On Rajan's 'One-eyed King' Remark

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has virtually rebutted RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's remarks that India is 'one-eyed king in the land of blind' saying compared to the rest of the world, the Indian economy was growing much faster and, in fact, the fastest.

  • Raghuram Rajan For New Global Pact To Deal With Monetary Policy Issues

    Raghuram Rajan For New Global Pact To Deal With Monetary Policy Issues

    RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Monday said the world is facing "increasingly dangerous situation" and a new international agreement on the lines of Bretton Woods is needed to prevent central banks from adopting policies that could hurt other economies.

  • RBI Sees 2015-16 Economic Growth Above World Bank Projection

    RBI Sees 2015-16 Economic Growth Above World Bank Projection

    The Reserve Bank of India on Monday kept its growth projections for the economy unchanged at 7.4 per cent for the current fiscal year, a tad higher than 7.3 per cent forecast by the World Bank.

  • We Are in a World of Make Believe, Says Raghuram Rajan on Market Rout

    We Are in a World of Make Believe, Says Raghuram Rajan on Market Rout

    Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan on Wednesday said that "we are in a world of make believe," and wondered "what exactly are the fundamentals?"

  • My Name is Bond. Masala Bond

    My Name is Bond. Masala Bond

    Indian spices have been popular all over the world since ancient times. Indian food too has proved to be a hit in the West. Now, a financial instrument named after a vital ingredient for making Indian cuisine - 'masala' - is set to make its ride into global capital markets.

  • Currency Devaluation Raises Question on China's Strength: Rajan

    Currency Devaluation Raises Question on China's Strength: Rajan

    Terming devaluation of currencies as a "worrisome trend", Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan on Thursday said China's move to devalue its currency and to protect its stock markets raises questions about the 'true strength' of the world's second largest economy.

  • Raghuram Rajan Didn't Imply World Facing New Great Depression: RBI

    Raghuram Rajan Didn't Imply World Facing New Great Depression: RBI

    With Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan's comments on 1930s-like problems resurfacing having created a flutter, the central bank on Sunday said the RBI chief did not imply there being an imminent risk of the world economy slipping again into the Great Depression as that was caused by "many factors".

  • IMF Paper Counters Raghuram Rajan on Easy Policy Being Crisis-Recipe

    IMF Paper Counters Raghuram Rajan on Easy Policy Being Crisis-Recipe

    With Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan ringing alarm bells about the world economy facing the Great Depression-like problems, a research paper by the International Monetary Fund has countered his views and said monetary policy easing alone can't be blamed for triggering a financial crisis.

  • Central Banks Playing With Fire in Growth Push: RBI Chief Rajan

    Central Banks Playing With Fire in Growth Push: RBI Chief Rajan

    The "specter of deflation" is spurring the world's major central banks into a dangerous struggle for stronger domestic growth that imperils financial markets and ignores the needs of developing nations, Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Tuesday.

  • RBI May Ease Rates Further: Arvind Subramanian

    RBI May Ease Rates Further: Arvind Subramanian

    Lauding the Reserve Bank of India's role in helping bring down inflation, Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian said the apex bank may further ease the interest rates as improvement on price front has opened the space for monetary easing.

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