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Browsing Archive: October, 2011

Currency war in China

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Wednesday, October 26, 2011, In : economic articles 

You might have observed the first trade deficit (in first quarter of 2010) of China in the last seven years. Why has it happened?

Does the rapid growth of China will come to an end soon?

Will Chinese goods be no longer cheaper?

May be, it can happen in very near future. If you want to know why it is so, and what is happening with china just read this article. I felt the CURRENCY WAR IN CHINA would be the well suited title for this article. You’ll understand same by the end of this articl...


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Subprime crisis: history, players and implications on India

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Tuesday, October 25, 2011, In : economic articles 

Subprime is the cause of USA Economy slow down.  It is the very popular news among everyone and it is become very serious then expected. It caused more damage to all the industries especially Banking, Insurance and Automobile sectors. Subprime crisis caused big loss to the banks and now it is affecting the other industries like Auto Mobile companies (GM, Ford, etc.). In this blog I will write about what exactly is the Subprime crisis and why USA banks created such a big mistake in their era. ...


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Rupee depreciation: History and current situation

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Saturday, October 22, 2011, In : economic articles 


Now the on-going major economic problem that india is facing is not the inflation, as we got used to that, but it is the depreciation of rupee. I think I don’t need to explain who will benefit more with that and who will lose more. For those who don’t know, in simple terms, if a currency value is depreciated the importers will suffer more and the exporters will gain more. I just wanted to discuss the indian rupee devaluation history before getting into the current depreciation of rupee a...


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