STOCK MARKET AND GDP GROWTH POST GLOBAL RECESSION A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON CHINA & INDIA, PART-I : ECONOMY

‘CHINDIA’ – OVERVIEW OF ECONOMIC INDICATORS GDP Growth Trajectory China and India grew economically (beyond average global growth rate )after liberalization. But whereas in China the liberalisation commenced in late 70s, in case of India, it started more than a decade later ie: in 1991. Th more...

ECONOMY AND STOCK MARKET GROWTH POST- RECESSION A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON CHINA & INDIA PART-II : STOCK MARKET GROWTH

STOCK MARKETS – COMPARISON AND BENCHMARKING Market Capitalization – a Broad Comparison. Though Chinese stock market became functional only during 1990’s, by and large, has mirrored the feverish growth of the economy. Indian stock market have grown  faster than the economy post 2005 The chart above re more...

STOCK MARKET AND GDP GROWTH POST GLOBAL RECESSION A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON CHINA & INDIA PART- III: CAPITAL MARKET REGULATION

MARKET REGULATION IN CHINA Overview and history Chinese state brought in an exclusive regulator when the Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges were about to complete a decade of operation. China’s Securities Law (passed December 1998, effective July 1, 1999) established China Securities Regulatory Commissio more...

STOCK MARKET AND GDP GROWTH POST GLOBAL RECESSION A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON CHINA & INDIA PART- IV: INTER-DEPENDENCE OF ECONOMIES

INTER- DEPENDENCE AND PATH FORWARD IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION. Impact of globalization commenced in 1980’s and picked up speed with advancements in information technology has made exponential increase in global trade and thus making nations depending on each other for forward and backward supply chain. This more...

DECLINING TREND OF PARTICIPATORY NOTES IN INDIAN CAPITAL MARKETS.

PARTICIPATORY NOTES – A BRIEF TREATISE P NOTES- IN NUTSHELL Financial Instruments used by Investors/ Hedge Funds not (required to be)with minimum regulatory hassles. Generally issued overseas by associates of India based foreign brokerages (FPIs) and domestic institutional investors. Typically overseas de more...

WHY GLOBAL FACTORING BUSINESS IS AT CROSS-ROADS?

FACTORING IN FINANCE 1 . INTRODUCTION: Factoring or Invoice Factoring is one of the methods in Alternative Financing in which the business sells or pledges its accounts receivables to a Finance Company – called Factor – at a discount or a fee in order to get immediate cash and thus circumvent th more...

ARE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENTS BECOMING REDUNDANT?

  In recent past,  several Companies  are found closing down HR depts. And many new ones- especially start ups- are going to have no place for such ! Why ? What are prompting the Cos from taking such a decisions? ….. How are they going to REPLACE the ROLES those departments were playing? Well, perh more...

GLOBALISATION AND MNCs – ONLY ABOUT ECONOMIC DRIVERS?

Globalisation and MNCs have contributed substantially to the growth of business and improvement of economic prosperity in India. MANUFACTURING: India had adopted Nehruvian socialist model with public sector in the ‘commanding heights ‘ of economy  for almost 45 years after independence. With narrow foc more...

INNOVATION IN BUSINESS: The indirect economic drivers fanning growth?

As per various theories, Innovation has evolved from imitation and passing thru invention. Earlier times, imitation was equated with invention. Imitation is when an individual or company observes what someone else is doing, and decides to mimic their actions in hopes of achieving identical results. Inventio more...