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PB Jayakumar and Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, March 31, 2021
Private equity and overseas companies are taking over domestic healthcare chains, creating a new pecking order


Prasanna Mohanty
February 19, 2021
Private wealth creators are solely responsible for India's banking stress; increasingly fleeing India with their wealth and bank loans, and those making huge profits are doing so by cutting jobs and wages


Niti Kiran
New Delhi, February 5, 2021
Dalal Street gave a big thumbs-up as Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman shifted gears towards demand generation in the economy, without raising taxes


Rai Vinaykumar
February 2, 2021
Resisting the temptation to hike taxes, the finance minister banked on disinvestment and asset monetisation to increase government's revenue.


Rupa Burman Roy
February 1, 2021
The 2021 Union Budget announcements that cheered investors today included hike in foreign direct investment (FDI) limit in insurance from 49% to 74%, scrappage policy for vehicles, privatisation of two nationalised banks and proposal of monetisation of assets


BusinessToday.In
February 1, 2021
Sensex, Nifty Highlights on Budget day, February 1: Almost all the sectors closed in green territory today, rising in the range of 3-6%, except for pharma index


Prasanna Mohanty
January 30, 2021
For people to benefit, the budget needs overhauling to create jobs; revive small businesses; address poverty and health and education deprivations. Pursuing the existing paradigm of growth may push GDP and stock markets up without improving the living standards of the vast majority


Niti Kiran
January 28, 2021
Speculations are rife that the government may levy a Covid cess of around 4 per cent on high income earners to fund the coronavirus vaccination drive


Rupa Burman Roy
January 28, 2021
Of the last 10 budgets, the stock market has closed lower six times. Twice the indices closed over 1% lower (2012, 2013). This excludes Budget 2020's 2.4% drop in Sensex, the worst budget-day plunge since 2009


Prasanna Mohanty
October 20, 2020
A study by two multinational giants UBS and PwC says \"huge fiscal and quantitative easing packages\" given by governments around the world drove a V-shaped recovery of stock markets and billionaires' wealth surged to $10.2 trillion by the end of July 2020


Prasanna Mohanty
October 5, 2020
Part I of this two-part article traces the growth of temporary employment in government and the practice of keeping a larger number of posts vacant even in the face of a severe job crisis


Prasanna Mohanty
September 14, 2020
Not only India's relief packages are grossly inadequate it is not even spending enough to revive demand in the crisis-hit economy; what is needed is clear: more fiscal spending, not \"keeping the power dry\" for future stimulus or unrealistic claim of a V-shaped recovery


Prasanna Mohanty
July 24, 2020
Contrary to popular belief, private sector efficiency vis-a-vis public sector is a neoliberal construct for which there is little evidence or lived experience but is pushed, nevertheless, for private gains


Manali
July 14, 2020
The millionaires, mostly based in the US, the UK, Germany, Canada, and New Zealand articulate in the letter that increasing the taxes will adequately fund health systems, security, and schools


Prasanna Mohanty
June 6, 2020
The global fight against health and economic crises highlights the need for big government spending and better redistribution to protect people, not less


Prasanna Mohanty
June 3, 2020
Latest job loss survey and national accounts statistics point to the need for strengthening PDS supply and cash transfers to reach more people, assisting self-employed/micro-enterprises, additional allocation for MGNREGS and a job scheme for urban areas


Prasanna Mohanty
June 1, 2020
RBI data shows excess liquidity is lying idle, parked in its own reverse repo account, and burdening it with higher interest payouts. This could be tapped and channelised for additional fiscal spending to stimulate growth through government bonds


Prasanna Mohanty
May 28, 2020
For a republic at work since 1947, decisions on issues of national importance without prior consultation with experts, opposition parties, state governments and other stakeholders are not only inconceivable but come with consequences that could be easily avoided


Prasanna Mohanty
May 27, 2020
The package is completely aligned to self-professed agenda of the IMF of limiting fiscal spending, relying on liquidity and credit to households, privatising government-run companies and more deregulations for private enterprises. This agenda has brought immense grief to a large number of countries to be comforting


Prasanna Mohanty
May 21, 2020
The 1929 and 2007-08 financial crises have amply demonstrated how unbridled growth of liquidity and household credit caused havoc in people's lives and economies. Pushing for more of the same at the time of massive loss of jobs and incomes is not such a good idea


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