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"It should not escape notice that gold and silver after circulating in every other quarter of the globe, come at length to be absorbed in Hinduston"

                         ~Francois  Bernier

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Microsoft, Nokia: An ugly affair

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Monday, February 24, 2014, In : economic articles 

Nokia had finally unveiled a Handset which is loaded with ‘the most popular’ OS on earth, Android. The move seems to be strange one when you consider the fact that Nokia has been sold to Microsoft and that deal will be completed by this quarter end. Android may be the most popular OS, but, WHY NOW? To understand it completely, I need to dig into history a bit, bear with me.

PC sales have been declining for the last few quarters; if Microsoft sticks with its desktop business alone, it wi...


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Rupee fall: A postmortem report.

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Saturday, July 20, 2013, In : economic articles 
It wouldn't be much of surprise if one asks question, the one who had seen/read about the crisis we had undergone in the year 1991, that, are we heading for another breakdown? What do you think? What i feel is, it would be nearly impossible to see the same kind of breakdown what we had witnessed in early 90's, given the sheer size of our economy and investors interest in India. But what worries me is our approach to the problem. We have a current account deficit which is ever widening, inflat...
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Petrol prices in India: Mystery revealed

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Tuesday, June 5, 2012, In : economic articles 

Lot of trauma is going on for the last two weeks with the sudden hike in petrol prices. Government is continuously saying that they’ve reached a level where the subsidies are unbearable and also oil companies are running in huge losses. Well, what it means to a common man, I mean, subsidies and all the stuff. Is government is subsidizing fuel heavily and state owned oil companies are running in huge losses. Let us discuss,


I want to paste my FB status over here, of course, which is regardi...


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Direct Tax Code (DTC)

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Thursday, March 29, 2012, In : economic articles 

Most of you know that our tax system is going to replaced by Direct Tax Code (DTC), sooner or later. I just tried to understand what it means to the common man and the others and im sharing the details to my understanding level. First of all, I want to make it clear that, DTC is not another amendment for the existing taxation system, but it is completely new one. In simple words, DTC is going to replace of Income Tax Act, 1961. In other way, most of the auditors’ knowledge will get outdated...


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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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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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Indian financial system

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Sunday, January 9, 2011,

Indian financial system:

What exactly the Indian financial system. It is a very vast concept, it includes the many things which will take years to complete. I want to give brief introduction about indian financial system, up to my knowledge. Indian financial system basically includes the financial markets, financial instruments and financial intermediation.  And those are further classified. Let us see the flavor of financial system……..

Financial markets:

As you know market is a place...


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