Business/Economy
Is it back to 2008 for Europe’s banks? - Vidya Ram, Business Line
While it has been a rough start to 2016 for stocks across the world, and sectors, European banks have been among the biggest losers. Shares in the sector enjoyed a mild early week rally this week, but they’ve much ground to make up: The STOXX Europe 600 Banks Index is still down around 22 per cent since the start of the year, and around a third against six months ago.
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Night lights and train trips help India study impact of cash ban - Jeanette Rodrigues, Economic Times
Answer to security issues in e-money - Ajeya Singh, Business Line
Financial inclusion is good for banks too - M Mostak Ahamed & Sushanta K Mallick, Business Line
Where credit is due - Bibek Debroy, Indian Express
How to get India’s macroeconomic, microeconomic policies right - Nirvikar Singh, Financial Express
How about a gold small savings scheme? - Aarati Krishnan, Business Line
₹2.11 lakh crore for PSU banks to boost lending - Hindu
Rs 7-L cr infra boost to revive economy - Rajesh Kumar, Pioneer
Panaya deal, new CEO, guidance: Analyst views on Infosys Q2 results - Puneet Wadhwa, Business Standard
Online transactions on the rise, but cash is still king - Business Standard
Economic growth: an alternative view - L Venkatachalam, Hindu
What is supporting India’s exports; the answer may well be blinding - Tejinder Narang, Financial Express
Why the RBI is miffed with banks - Radhika Merwin, Business Line
Telecom sector set for three-way battle - Business Line
Looking for honesty in the wrong places - Surjit S Bhalla, Indian Express
10-bore silver bullet for economy - Madhusudan Sahoo, Pioneer
Don’t blame GST and DeMo - Aruna Giri N, Business Line
GST gets better, but Council must also do this to give big relief - Financial Express
Why bitcoin should not be allowed - Madan Sabnavis, Business Line
Let’s be realistic about Aadhaar - TK Ramachandran, Business Line
The impact of excise duty cut on petrol, diesel - Pallavi Pengonda, Mint
There is more bang for the BAK - Subimal Bhattacharjee, Business Line
Data vs gossip: Who should win? - Surjit S Bhalla, Indian Express
A crisis is building up in India’s real estate sector - CP Chandrasekhar & Jayati Ghosh, Business Line
Four factors that have dragged the rupee below 65 to a dollar - Economic Times
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