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Indian Financial Markets P.V. Viswanath FIN 680A/ FIN 360A/ INB 670C/ ECO 395 Fall 2009.

/ ECO 395 Fall 2009 Learning Objectives Foreign Exchange Markets in India Currency Convertibility and its Relevance Debt Markets in India, current situation and problems. Equity Markets in India Foreign Exchange Market Size of current market Futures, Forwards and Spot Importance of Forex Market Reforms under way Spot Currency Markets Three approved spot trading systems: –Reuters. Offers dealers a system to communicate and negotiate with each other ($7b/day in 2007) and a computerized order matching system/


INDIAN COMMODITIES MARKET March 14, 2007. 2 NCDEX – 6 th largest commodity exchange in the world Source: UNCTAD, SFOA “ The world’s commodity exchanges.

: NCDEX 6 Present legal & regulatory environment 7 Market Structure- Futures and Spot Spot markets Futures Market Forward Markets Commission Forward Markets Commission Ministry of consumer Affairs Ministry of consumer Affairs Unlike Forex and Stock markets; Spot markets in commodities are not within the purview of the Exchanges/Regulators State Government 8 Regulatory Structure in India Banking / NBFCs RBI Ministry of Finance SEBI Capital Markets NABARD Co-operative Banks & Regional Rural Banks Ministry/


Coping with Asia’s Large Capital Inflows in a Multi-speed Global Economy Keynote address Bank of Indonesia and IMF Joint Conference Bali, Indonesia, March.

reflected as an increase in Exchange Market Pressure on all Asian countries in 2010, Singapore & Korea the most. Goldman Sachs Global Economics Weekly 11/07 Feb.16, 2011 EMP is defined as the sum of currency appreciation plus increase in Reserves (Net Foreign Assets) as a fraction of Monetary Base. 26 Singapore has taken the inflows mostly in the form of reserves, while India & Malaysia in 2010 took the/


©2009, The McGraw-Hill Companies, All Rights Reserved 8-1 McGraw-Hill/Irwin Chapter Nine Foreign Exchange Markets.

/Irwin Foreign Exchange Foreign exchange markets are markets in which cash flows from the sale of products or assets denominated in a foreign currency are transacted Foreign exchange markets –facilitate foreign trade –facilitate raising capital in foreign markets –facilitate the transfer of risk between market participants –facilitate speculation in currency values A foreign exchange rate is the price at which one currency can be exchanged for another currency Foreign exchange markets are markets in which/


Foreign Exchange Markets The Foreign-Exchange Market and Exchange Rates.

RER is now (Rs.50/$1 )*($15)/Rs.250=3 Indian Shirts/1 U.S Shirt The change in EX=0, in P=50% in Pf=0 Change in EXr=50% Foreign-Exchange Markets Spot market transactions involve immediate exchanges of currency or bank deposits. Example: I exchange one dollar for 45 rupees today Forward transactions involve future exchanges of currencies or bank deposits. Example: I buy a contract today to/


INDIA CALLING OPPORTUNITIES IN TELECOM & ITES SECTOR DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA By N K GOYAL President, Communications and Manufacturing Association of India,

years to sail from 1000-10,000 points & 20 months to reach 20,024 points! With Market capitalization at $1.58 trillion, India is Number 9 in global pecking order after US, Japan, UK, China, France, Hong Kong, Germany, Canada. India foreign exchange reserves over US$300 Billion. Fifth largest in world and very soon going to be fourth position! 28 States & 6 federal territories (UTs) 37/


CONCEPT OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT What is Finance 1. SUB-SET OF ECONOMICS AND IN ESSENCE IS ALSO TERMED AS APPLIED MICRO-ECONOMICS. 2. IMPORTANT BUSINESS.

Foreign Exchange Market The foreign exchange market is the market where the currency of one country is exchanged for the currency of another country. Most currency transactions are channelled through the world-wide interbank market. Interbank market is the wholesale market in which major banks trade with each other. Participants Speculators Arbitrageurs Traders Hedgers 19 Foreign Exchange Rates A foreign exchange/t Tax Planning and Tax Savings Legitimate ; In India the courts have ruled that savings of taxes/


1 Development of Financial Markets in India Rakesh Mohan Deputy Governor Reserve Bank of India Lecture at the First Indian-French Financial Forum at Mumbai,

.42 364 day Treasury Bill Rate2.134.180.75 10 year Yield on GSEC3.506.211.84 23 Growth of Financial Markets in India – A Comparative Picture Table 6: Depth of Financial Markets in India – Average Daily Turnover (Rs.crore) YearMoney Market (Total) Government Securities Market Foreign Exchange Market Equity Market (cash segment) Equity Derivatives at NSE 123456 2000-01 42,657 2,80221,1989,30811 2001-02 65,500 6,25223/


MONEY MARKET & ITS INSTRUMENTS. What is Money Market? As per RBI definitions “ A market for short terms financial assets that are close substitute for.

Be drawn or made in India, and must be payable in India Be drawn upon any person resident in India FOREIGN BILLS Drawn outside India and may be payable in and by a party outside India, or may be payable in India or drawn on a party resident in India Drawn in India and made payable outside India. A related classification of bills is export bills and import bills For what purpose bill of exchange used? Commercial bills/


Session XV & XVI CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS - ENHANCING SHAREHOLDERS’ VALUE AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN FINANCIAL REPORTING,

process of initiation of economic reforms in India in early 1990s, the India companies were forced to rethink how to prosper in business by gaining the confidence of /. c) Difference in exchange arising out of payment or translation of foreign exchange liability on account of fixed asset as per AS-11 (Revised), which is in accordance with IFRS/it has taken any serious action against its members. If anything, stock markets are doing their own enforcement. Increasingly, companies are enjoying premia for good /


AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ONSHORE AND OFFSHORE RUPEE MARKET GAUTAM JAIN, PALANISAMY SARAVANAN, SHARAD NATH BHATTACHARYA 1.

with possible integrated processes, Journal of Econometrics, 66(1-2): 225-250  Tripathy, R. (2013), Intervention in foreign exchange markets: the approach of the Reserve Bank of India, BIS Papers, 73: 169-176  Wang K.L., C. Fawson and M.L. Chen (2007), ‘Information Flows among Exchange Rate Markets: What Do We Learn From Non-Deliverable Forward Markets in Asia?’, Chaoyang University of Technology, October 30 31 THANK YOU !!


Asia Economic and Stock Market Outlook Leading global growth, even as OECD momentum ebbs August 2010 Prasenjit K. Basu, Chief Economist (Asia ex-Japan),

Source: CEIC, Daiwa 35 Indonesia: stable/stronger Rupiah helps restrain inflation Foreign reserves resumed rising in April 2009, as the pressure of capital flight eased. A stable//India This research is distributed by Daiwa Capital Markets India Private Limited (DAIWA) which is an intermediary registered with Securities & Exchange Board of India. This report is not to be considered as an offer or solicitation for any dealings in securities. While the information in this report has been compiled by DAIWA in/


Global Marketing Management, 4e Chapter 1 Globalization Imperative Chapter 1 1.

of the world’s countries belong here). Rapidly Developing Very Large Countries: China, India, Brazil, Russia (BRICs) Poor Countries: Countries stagnant at very low levels of /in the spot and the forward markets almost always move in the same direction by the same amount and there are speculators on both sides of expected future price movements. Foreign Exchange and Exchange Rates Factors influencing Foreign Exchange Rates Macroeconomic Factors: Relative inflation, balance of payments, foreign exchange/


2 International transactions in cash require two distinct purchases Purchase of foreign currency Purchase of good/service with the FC The term “Foreign.

. As per FEMA 1999, Foreign exchange includes: Deposits, credits and balances payable in foreign currency Drafts, travelers cheques, letter of credit or bill of exchange expressed or drawn in Indian currency but payable in foreign country. Drafts, travelers cheques, L/Cs, etc. drawn by banks, institutions or persons outside India but payable in Indian currency abroad. 3 This market exists to cater to the demand for foreign currency. Currency is needed around/


CA NAVEEN ND GUPTA 9810689998 Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets ) & Imposition of Tax Act’2015 & Reassessment of.

or the Prevention of Corruption Act are pending shall not be eligible. 5. A person in respect of whom provisions of Sec 71(a) in respect of Conservation of Foreign Exchange & Prevention of Smuggling Activities Act’1974 or not notified under Sec 3 of Special Court / asset and acquired from income chargeable to tax in India. The fair market value of the bank account shall be determined as per Rule 3(1)(e). No credit of foreign taxes paid shall be allowable in India as section 84 of the Act does not /


International Marketing INTRODUCTIONS. Free National Market Free National Market Banking Legislation Banking Legislation Competition Policy Competition.

supply restrictions etc. Foreign Corrupt Practices Law: Bribing etc. Emerging Markets in International Marketing – Project China China Taiwan Taiwan India India Brazil Brazil Chile Chile/market experience Domestic market experience Foreign Market experience Foreign Market experience International Marketing Marketing Research Marketing Research Target Market Target Market Primary Market Primary Market Secondary Market Secondary Market Entry Barriers Entry Barriers Foreign Exchange Regulations Foreign Exchange/


1 Currency Wars: Global Money in 2011 Jeffrey Frankel Harpel Professor of Capital Formation & Growth, Harvard University MAS Sponsored Public Lecture,

But that’s partly because Singapore & Korea faced the greatest total Exchange Market Pressure in 2010 Goldman Sachs Global Economics Weekly 11/07 Feb. 16, 2011 30 Since 2008, India, followed by Indonesia, have had the greatest tendency to float,/1) Inertialags 2) Nonlinearitylogistic functional form in determinantsor dummy for leader GDP 85 Chinn & Frankel (2005) Projection of $ vs € as shares of central banks’ foreign exchange reserves: a function of country size, financial market depth, & rate of return, /


Copyright © 2012 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. McGraw-Hill/Irwin Chapter Nine Foreign Exchange Markets.

9-7 Foreign Exchange Foreign exchange markets are markets in which one currency is exchanged for another, either today (in the spot market) or at a set time in the future (in the forward market) Foreign exchange markets facilitate: foreign trade raising capital in foreign markets the transfer of risk between market participants speculation in currency values A foreign exchange rate is the price at which one currency can be exchanged for another currency Foreign exchange markets are markets in which one/


Concepts of Foreign Trade. 2 of 38 External Sector India’s external sector consists of our Foreign trade Trade – in – services Foreign capital flows like.

other countries Every country wants to maintain an equilibrium exchange rate. The objectives of our exchange rate policy are Reduce excess volatility in exchange rates Maintain an adequate level of foreign exchange reserves Exchange Rate Management The United Exchange Rate system ( UERS) brought into force in March 1992, has the following features The rates of exchange are determined in the market RBI intervention in the market to modulate the volatility and sharp depreciation of/


Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 SEPTEMBER 10, 2011 CA Hiren D. Shah KANDIVALI CPE STUDY CIRCLE OF WIRC OF ICAI.

market value, in India, of such exceeds Rs 1,000/- Any Currency, whether Indian or foreign Any Currency, whether Indian or foreign Any securities defined under Section 2(h) of the Securities Contracts (regulation) Act,1956 Any securities defined under Section 2(h) of the Securities Contracts (regulation) Act,1956 Any foreign securities as defined in Section2(o) of the Foreign Exchange Management Act,1999 Any foreign securities as defined in/


FEMA Prof. Parul Gupta 1 FOREIGN EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT ACT, 1999.

external trade and payments  To promote the orderly development and maintenance of foreign exchange market FEMA Prof. Parul Gupta 3 Introduction: -  Foreign exchange transactions were regulated by Foreign exchange regulation act (FERA), 1973  Following the liberalization ushered in 1991 some amendments were made to FERA in 1993 there was a lot demand to bring certain major changes in FERA in the light of economic changes took place  Consequently a new act/


Financial Institutions and Financial Markets Forex Banking.

developed to describe the various foreign markets. Foreign market in the USA is called the Yankee market Japan – The Samurai Market UK – the Bulldog Market Netherlands – Rembrandt Market Spain – Matador Market Nicknames have developed to describe the various foreign markets. Foreign market in the USA is called the Yankee market Japan – The Samurai Market UK – the Bulldog Market Netherlands – Rembrandt Market Spain – Matador Market Global Financial Markets: Classification The External Market (also called the/


CA Kirit Dedhia Sunday, 20 December, 2015 Basics of FEMA Organized by Malad Goregaon CPE Study Circle, WIRC The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.

.12.2015K P D & Associates Scope Overview of FEMA Remittance Scheme for NRI Investment Opportunities for NRI in India 20.12.2015K P D & Associates  Object- Facilitating external trade and payments and promoting orderly development and maintenance of foreign exchange market  Contravention attracts penalty / fine and not imprisonment (except in some cases) / compounding  Citizenship - not relevant / Residence - Emphasized  Restricted power of search, seizure, etc.  No Presumption/


A PRESENTATION ON CROSS BORDER TRANSACTION - EXCHANGE CONTROL AND THE LAW 2/15/2016pramila shrivastav1.

/15/2016pramila shrivastav13 OBJECTIVE OF FEMA According to the Act, the objective is-  To consolidate and amend the law relating to foreign exchange  with the objective of facilitating external trade and payments  and for promoting the orderly development and maintenance of foreign exchange market in India 2/15/2016pramila shrivastav14 The Overall Structureof FEMA Supreme legislation 7 CHAPTERS49 SECTIONS Delegated legislation By Ministry U/S 46 of/


1 FOREIGN CAPITAL Major Sources are Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Direct Investment by Residents in Joint Venture/wholly owned subsidiaries External.

; other information. Listing : on recognised stock exchange(s) having nation-wide trading terminals in India. Continuous disclosure : about utilisation of fund and variations from projections. Penalty for violation : fine upto twice the amount of the IDR and Rs. 5000 per day for continuing default. Foreign Capital 14 FIIs Investment The FII investment is primarily routed through the capital market. A FII means an institution established/


Foreign Trade Marta Lucía Ramírez Minister February 15, 2002 Ministry of Foreign Trade ANGELA MARIA OROZCO Minister Cartagena de Indias, February 15 th,

of Foreign Trade ANGELA MARIA OROZCO Minister Cartagena de Indias, February 15 th, 2002 Foreign Trade Marta Lucía Ramírez Minister February 15, 2002 Agenda Ten years long term policy Export Promotion Policy Colombian Exports Performance Challenges Foreign / exchange rate competitiveness Change of bilateral real exchange rate index during the last year (dec-00 / jan-02) Source: Central Bank Foreign Trade Marta Lucía Ramírez Minister February 15, 2002 Challenges Diversification –Value Added Exports –Markets /


Interest Rate Parity Defined Covered Interest Arbitrage Interest Rate Parity & Exchange Rate Determination Reasons for Deviations from Interest Rate Parity.

sales were higher in the foreign exchange spot market in May than in April, data from the central bank showed on Tuesday. Source: Reuters RBI sold net $485m in FX market in May The Reserve Bank of Indias dollar sales were higher in the foreign exchange spot market in May than in April, data from the central bank showed on Tuesday. The Reserve Bank of Indias (RBI) dollar sales were higher in the foreign exchange spot market in May than in April, data/


Sources of Competitive Advantage Sources of Competitive Advantage – in Précis… Strategic Objectives Sources of Competitive Advantage National Differences.

any previous trade accords. Monetary Barriers – exchange control, nonconvertible currency, differential exchange rates. Usually balance of payment problems /foreign markets. Lack of local responsiveness, inability to realize location economies, failure to exploit experience curve effects. MultinationalCustomize product offerings & marketing in/REANAULT : -In France = little super car for the highways -In Germany = Safety, Modern Engg, Comfort -In Italy = road handling and acceleration -In India : solid /


Encouraging Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) in India July 2016.

single foreign (non FPI) shareholders (with affiliates) has more than 10% holding Recommendations July 2016 47 Test of ownership ●Composition of Indian resident and non resident individuals in Board of directors Test of control Separate test for ownership and control be provided for sponsors/ managers that belongs to a group that is listed on Indian stock exchanges Encouraging Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) in India Other/


Presentation by: Mr. Sani-e-Mehmood Khan General Manager of the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) Date: Friday - November 04, 2016 Pakistan as an Emerging.

, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Qatar, UAE Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore Pakistan’s Current Rating: Investor qualification Foreign ownership limits Foreign room level /Exchange Limited 24 MARKET ACCESSIBILITY CRITERIA EASE OF CAPITAL INFLOWS/OUTFLOWS - II Foreign exchange market liberalization level Foreign exchange business in Pakistan is governed/regulated under the Foreign Exchange Regulations for guidance of Authorized Dealers (ADs), Exchange Companies (ECs) and general public, including local/foreign/


Role of Export Documentation

in India Export Documentation in India has/Exchange Rate Risk: Exchange rate risk results from the fluctuations in the relative values of the foreign currencies against each other when they are bought and sold on international financial markets. Risk Management in Export-import Business (ii) Currency Control Risk: Some countries, particularly developing countries where access to ready foreign reserve is limited, put restrictions on currency transactions. In order to preserve the little foreign exchange/


Economics in Africa and Asia

Exchange Currency exchange – the act of exchanging money from one currency to another Example: dollar to a euro Exchange rates provide a procedure for determining the value of one country’s currency in terms of another country’s currency. Without a system for exchanging/ a rapidly growing market have made many foreign companies announce plans to expand their operations in India. Which is an example of human capital in the above passage? A. skilled software professionals B. computer factories in New Delhi C./


INDIA’S CONSUMER INVESTMENT BANK

in regional or global markets Given our extensive experience on working on foreign listings, we assist companies with weighing the pros and cons of being listed in foreign markets and assisting them with identifying the right advisors London AIM Market Singapore Stock Exchange/ Finance. Ashu’s area of expertise is Asia’s booming markets in these areas specially markets like India, Thailand, Malaysia   Before returning to India in 1996, Ashu was Manager-International Taxes and Special Projects at Continental/


Karnika Seth, Managing Partner

in scientific and industrial research. Government Incentives in SEZ In India units are allowed to be set up in SEZ for rendering of services as well. The units in the zone are required to be a net foreign exchange earner. The units in/ for implementation of their project in the Zone without any licence or specific approval. The Key issues-dealing with International clients in LPO business  Your Market presence  How you introduce your organization IT & systems in place Understanding cultural differences Due/


03/06/20071 EXPORT PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN ETHIOPIA By Kagnew Wolde March 2007.

foreign exchange rate measures, improving exports in terms of quality, quantity and variety and providing current information on world market prices and other factors in international market to exporters and producers. The tools employed: provision of favorable tax, tariffs and foreign exchange rate measures, improving exports in/ labour has a negative impact in the short run. Sharma and Panagiotidis (2004) test the export-led growth hypothesis for the case of India using different approach and the results/


SHANKARLAL JAIN & ASSOCIATES CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 12, ENGINEER BUILDING, 265, PRINCESS STREET, MUMBAI – 400 002.INDIA. Doing Business in A Presentation.

Foreign Exchange Reserves (March 2012): US$ 294.4 billion Exports 2011-12: US $ 303.7 billion, Growth Rate: 21% Imports 2011-12: US $ 488.6 billion, Growth Rate: 32.1% Doing Business in India Shankarlal Jain & Associates Chartered Accountants BASIC ECONOMIC STATISTICS (Cont…) Finance and Market Finance and Market/be payable provided payment is received by an Indian entity in foreign exchange. Shankarlal Jain & Associates Chartered Accountants Doing Business in India VALUE ADDED TAX ACT (VAT) Value added tax /


Issues in Capital Account And Current Account Transactions

foreign currency accounts in India and outside India Loans and overdrafts to a person resident outside India. Remittance outside India of capital assets of a person resident in India. Sale and purchase of foreign exchange derivatives in India and abroad and commodity derivatives abroad. Investment in India i.e.,— In security issued by a body corporate or an entity in India/ for purchase of FCCBs issued by Indian companies in the overseas secondary market; Remittance by a resident individual for setting up/


Housing finance in India

guidelines. The flow of investments and foreign currency in and out of India has been governed by the Reserve Bank of Indias (RBI) requirements. Furthermore, as part of its mandate to regulate and to develop the Indian capital markets, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) framed the SEBI (Venture Capital Funds) Regulations, 1996. Objective and vision for venture capital in India Venture capital is very different from/


Finance Act ,2013 An Overview CA Sanjeev Lalan.

Similarly, certain definitions under Rule 11U of the Rules are amended as follows: Cont…Fair Market Value u/r. 11U & 11UA u/s. 56 Amendment FMV under Section 56(2/company from a specified foreign company (in which it has shareholding of 26% or more) at the rate of 15% if such dividend is included in the total income / meaning as defined in clause (mm) of section 2 of Securities and Exchange Board of India (Mutual Funds) Regulations, 1996. a person shall be deemed to have substantial interest in – a company, /


Economics in Asia.

Exchange Currency exchange – the act of exchanging money from one currency to another Example: dollar to a euro Exchange rates provide a procedure for determining the value of one country’s currency in terms of another country’s currency. Without a system for exchanging/ a rapidly growing market have made many foreign companies announce plans to expand their operations in India. Which is an example of human capital in the above passage? A. skilled software professionals B. computer factories in New Delhi C./


Efficient Treasury Management in Asia Simplifying Complexity

DIO Stress testing Cash conversion Scenario modelling Market risk Operational risk Interest rate and /foreign exchange transactions In some countries, cross-border remittances are restricted to settlement of trade transactions, dividend payments, royalties, management fees, etc with documentary proof of transactions required Restrictions apply on domestic liquidity options: in most countries foreign currency notional pooling is not allowed. In addition, local currency notional pooling is not allowed in India/


Table of Contents Indian Foreign Exchange Markets INR trades in a managed floating exchange rate regime INR is fully convertible on India’s current account,

non resident Indians Investments by offshore institutions in India Investment by Indian companies offshore Directional views of market participants India’s total imports: USD 250 billion, exports USD 160 billion (FY 2007-08) Capital flows, FIIs USD 31 billion, Foreign Direct Investment USD 15 billion, Bank Capital USD 11 billion Indian Foreign Exchange Markets - Participants Why do they participate in the FX market ? Directional Views Positioning for INR appreciation or/


INVESTING IN INDIA October 2007. FDI Policy Framework Foreign Direct Investment.

world and has more than 5,000 listed companies. The National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) is third largest in terms of volume of trade. Electronic screen-based trading systems. Early adopters of satellite communication and T+2 Rolling Settlement. Market cap of major countries May 2007 Debt and Foreign Exchange Bond market US$340 bn (95% domestic, over 75% sovereign/ municipal dept). Well established and/


Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Bangalore branch 30 th August, 2008 Naresh Ajwani Rashmin Sanghvi & Associates Chartered Accountants How to.

in Singapore”? 45 Capital Gain (2) Recognised Stock Exchange refers to- a) in the case of Singapore, the securities market operated by the Singapore Exchange Limited, Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited and the Central Depositary (Pte) Limited; and b) in the case of India, a stock exchange recognised by the Securities and Exchange Board of India/ FTC Tax in India on Foreign Income 300 300 I.Less: Foreign Tax - 200 100 Add: Education Cess @ 3%. 3 9 309 II. Less: Foreign Tax 200 Tax in India 103 109 /


Asia-Pacific Business

Impact of Multi-national Companies Utilisation of cheap labour may be interpreted as exploitation by people in the host country The capital market will favour MNC’s rather than small businesses, thus crowding out locals On the other hand, MNC’s provide employment for host countries Earns foreign exchange for the host country Transfer technologies to the host country Distribution Chain A typical distribution/


China and India: What’s in it for Africa? By Helmut Reisen OECD Development Centre WWZ, Universität Basel WS 2007/08.

agreements were signed with Egypt and Algeria and China started importing oil from Gabon. China’s & India’s Shares in World Imports of Selected Primary Commodities Source: UN Comtrade database China contributes to the raw material boom / to rise to ensure that employment and output are in equilibrium. The Exchange-Rate Regime Most low-income countries have preferred managed floats (unsterilized intervention on the foreign exchange markets to target the real appreciation needed to accommodate the commodity/


Coping with Asia’s Large Capital Inflows in a Multi-speed Global Economy Keynote address Bali, Indonesia, March 11, 2011 Jeffrey Frankel Harpel Professor.

as an increase in Exchange Market Pressure on all Asian countries in 2010, Singapore & Korea the most. Goldman Sachs Global Economics Weekly 11/07 Feb.16, 2011 EMP is defined as the sum of currency appreciation plus increase in Reserves (Net Foreign Assets) as a fraction of Monetary Base. 26 Korea & Singapore have taken the inflows mostly in the form of reserves, while India & Malaysia in 2010 took the/


Boating/Pleasure Boating/Yachting Industry & its Evolution in India

building in India in a big way. 2000s India included in premiere international yachting events - Volvo Ocean Race 2008-09, Vasco da Gama International Ocean Race 2010 India’s first marina inaugurated in Kochi Pleasure Boating & Yachting Industry Market size Pleasure Boating & Yachting Industry As of 2008, 300 boats were registered in India: 120 luxury yachts & 150 speed boats Almost 200 boats and about 50 yachts in Mumbai and Goa Foreign brands/


A Comparative Study of East Asia and India Avinash Chandiramani Scott Dicks Erin Fitzpatrik Salil Jayakar Ruhi Khan Chad Simon.

Capital flows Debt / equity markets Real Trade Linkages EXCHANGE RATE REGIMES Foreign reserves Banking sector Financial sector Trade CONCLUDING REMARKS –Bankruptcy rates skyrocket –Stock markets crash –Growth rates tumble/INDIA ADOPTED A FLOATING EXCHANGE RATE IN 1994 Foreign Reserves East Asia India 1990-96: foreign reserves grew Short term debt rising Capital Outflows in ‘97  reserves decrease Pegs unsustainable  depreciation India’s reserves also grew India discouraged short term debt Capital Inflows in/


Cross Border Higher Education: Indias Response

system’s revenue was in excess of Rs. 9226.70 million (208.75 million USD) in 2006 and is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange, India. NIIT is also doing remarkably well on the stock market. In 2006-07, its / Policy At present, the entry of foreign universities in India is resisted as there is no policy guidelines on foreign universities despite the craze for foreign degrees by the affluent middle class. Foreign education is seen as market-driven and polemic and not substantial for/


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