• Fall of Rupee
    decline in the value of rupee and its impact on our economy. A country which is being considered as the next super power and a stiff competitor of china in South East Asia, what led to such a situation that today the picture of Indian economy is so gloomy. If we look at a recent report of ASSOCHAM...
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  • inflation
    InflationImpact on Indian Economy & Agriculture Savneet Kaur Abstract— Inflation is the rise in the prices of goods and services and affects all the major sectors in an economy. Inflation also reflects erosion in the purchasing power of money – a loss of real value in the internal medium...
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  • Inflation in India
    % at point A the unemployment rises to 5%. Under the Indian context when the inflation is reduced it will automatically increase the unemployment. Refer to Appendix 8 5.0 Conclusion. To conclude , we have analyzed the Indian economy , the consequences and effects of inflation in the country we...
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  • Global Meltdown
    picked up to 8.0% in 2009-10 and a robust 8.9% in the first half of 2010-11.The macroeconomic indicators showing the impact on the Indian economy are: High inflation- Inflation rate refers to a general rise in prices measured against a standard level of purchasing power. The inflation rate in...
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  • Impact of Global Recession and Financial Management Challenges and Strategies: for Indian Economy
    Impact of global recession and financial management challenges and strategies: For Indian Economy ABSTRACT:- ▪ The world is witnessing one of the most critical changes in global economy, communal, regional and national conflicts which is the worst recession of the century. This has made an...
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  • The Indian Economy
    which will be followed by a brief conclusion. 2. The Indian Economy The Indian Economy is listed as the fifth largest in the world at $1.538 trillion US (CIA 2010) and has been able to continue high GDP growth despite the Global Financial Crisis. The country has also moved along a steady path...
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  • synopsis
    a big turnaround. It is fundamentally important for us to realize that the Indian economy is highly interlinked to the American economy. When American economy completely collapsed in 2008, its impact was also seen in Indian economy, just like every other major economy in the world. Despite that...
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  • Impact of Irp
    , Hisar, India Abstract Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the long-run relationship between the Indian capital markets and key macroeconomic variables such as interest rates, inflation rate, exchange rates and gross domestic savings (GDS) of Indian economy. Design/methodology/approach...
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  • An Analytical Study of the Impact of Dollar-Rupee Movement on Indian Equity Market.
    . For Indian economy, which depends on oil import, any fall in rupee will impact its oil bill. This will increase inflation because of increased oil bill. Increased inflation eats into the returns of investors. Moreover, a high inflation reduces the economic activity and consumption. Software...
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  • Impact of Global Recession on It in India
    Indian Streams Research Journal Vol - I , ISSUE - VII [ August 2011 ] : Economics ISSN:-2230-7850 Article :GLOBAL RECESSION & IT’S IMPACT ON INDIAN ECONOMY Author :Mr.Sandeep Krishnat Raval[N.D.Patil Night College, Sangli] Dr.P.S.Kamble[Shivaji University,Klhapur] Abstract : This paper...
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  • Exchange rate system in India
    provides the information to the market about the authorities’ resolve not to allow the sharp exchange rate movement that the market expects given the state of the economy and thereby reduce the inflationary expectations and prevent the vicious cycle of inflation and exchange rate depreciation. Secondly...
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  • Relationship Between Inflation and Economic Growth
    traditional macroeconomics and investigate the relation between inflation and growth without reference to inflation uncertainty and growth uncertainty. This study follows the second line and examines the nature of the relation between inflation and growth in the Indian economy. Within the second...
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  • Impact of Recession on Indian Economy
    financial crisis as a result all of this GDP of 9% could be achieved in 2007-08. However, in 2008 due to the recession in America American Economy totally collapsed and it had positive and negative effect on Indian Economy. There for it is necessary to study recession, recession characterized, causes...
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  • Impacts of Rupee Appreciation/Depreciation on Import
    quarterly values of Foreign Investment Flows in India Source: Public Debt Management Quarterly Report (July-September 2011), Ministry of Finance, November 2011 CONCLUSION:- Conclusively, appreciation and depreciation of rupee cannot certainly be taken as beneficial to the Indian economy in general...
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  • Currency Depreciation
    We discuss the currency depreciation vs. devaluation. Also, discuss the impact of currency depreciation from Indian economy perspective. Currency Depreciation & Impact Rajesh Kanjani (34473) rajesh.kanjani@hotmail.com SIBM Exe. MBA (2011-2014) Currency Devaluation vs...
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  • Essay
    believed that the IT services sector, textile sector and other such export-oriented industries in India are likely to benefit from the depreciating rupee. Conclusion: Assessing the impact of the global activities on India, we can conclude that with the continued uncertainties in the global economy as...
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  • Indias Food Inflation
    "India’s food inflation: Impacts on the economy and ways to manage it” Inflation – the dreaded economic phenomenon that has the power to shake up even the most powerful governments of the world, has been a usual problem that Indians have dealt with. The problem becomes even more acute when...
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  • Case Study
    INVESTMENTS IN INDIA: PRESENT SCENARIO. 2.2.1 ADVANTAGE AND DISADVANTAGES ON INDIAN ECONOMY 2.2.2 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES ON UK ECONOMY 2.3 FOREIGN BANKS IN INDIA 2.3.1 HSBC BANK 1|Page 2.3.2 CITIBANK 2.4 FUTURE PROSPECTS OF BANK INVESTMENTS 2.5 EFFECT OF INFLATION ON FOREIGN INVESTMENT AND...
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  • Impact of 2008 crisis on Indian real estate sector
    big problem to the Indian economy as it will be a barrier to growth and this is one of the major reasons why real estate companies have not been able to recover fully from the 2008 slowdown; the affording power of people has reduced in light of high inflation despite high demand. Hence, from the...
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  • Relationship of Gold and Inflation in India
    Hidayatullah National law university-Raipur | Relationship of Gold and Inflation in the Indian context | Project for Semester I | | Akanksha Dikshit | 8/21/2012 | The Project analyses the relationship of Gold prices and inflation in India. Gold holds a special place in the Indian...
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