Finance Articles

Finance articles section focuses on various concepts of finance like budget, stock market and economics of various products & services. Apart from these articles on global financial institutions, different banking systems and topics of international importance in the field of finance are present.

Direct Cash Transfer - A Remedy To Leakages And Subsidies September 01, 2015

Newton second law of thermodynamics says that heat flows from hot to old body easily. If we try to reverse the phenomena, there will be wastage and losses of energy. This can be easily correlated with the subsidies distributed in various forms and the wastage that occurs. The proper utilization and empowerment of poor people are the important factors to reduce wastage.


Steel Industry in India – Addressing the Issues! August 27, 2015

Volatility in the commodity market of late has occupied significant mind share of pundits in various financial circles of the world as well as front-page space across various newspapers. Prices for various commodities be it gold, oil or steel has been highly fluid and responsive to various global events- data fed and political. Falling commodity prices generally augurs well for India, which is a net energy importer and helps meet its Current account deficit targets, maintain healthy foreign reserves and keep the much sought after figure of inflation in check. However, there is a definitive victim in the form of Steel Industry in India, which is teetering on the brink of a major breakdown owing to sluggish demand, direct competition from duty-free imported hot-rolled coil steel from China, and escalating financial burden due to gigantic levels of debt coupled with lower productivity compared to peers.


Make in India - A Comprehensive Insight August 17, 2015

India is one of the fastest growing economy in the world. India GDP is expected to grow at 7.9 percent growth rate for 2015-2016 .India has been ranked among the top 3 attractive destinations for inbound investments. India is very rich with manpower and cheap labour. But still India is lagging in terms of manufacturing products within India. The “Make in India” campaign will boost the Indian economy and will remove our too much dependency on foreign countries. We are mainly going to study Impact of Make in India on inflation and Employment. We will undergo regression analysis to show the interrelationship between Make in India with inflation and employment.


Gold Monetisation Scheme - The Shining Investment August 15, 2015

The first question that comes to our mind is what is Gold Monetisation Scheme? Gold Monetisation Scheme is a scheme announced by Arun Jaitley India’s Finance Minister in his Budget 2015-16 which provides a facility to the holders of gold to earn interest on gold deposit accounts. The outline of the scheme has been prepared in due deliberations and consultations with various stakeholders. The stakeholders involved in the scheme includes Banks, Refineries, Hallmarking centers, Jewelers Association, Reserve Bank of India and various other Government Departments.


Indian Economy - Rise & Fall Through Time August 14, 2015

From golden bird to sad economic time during independence, from that stage to present scenario economy, India has seen it all. This article here is a brief discussion on how did India manage to go through various phases of economy and during this period how the rest of the world react and what changes occur.


India & China - The Race to Become the Leader August 13, 2015

India and China, two of the Asian giants have locked horns against one another to become a world super power. Both countries are in a progress to make a huge mark in terms of development, Defense, international relations, technology and many more. The health of a nation is measured in terms of GDP (Gross domestic product).


Has Gold Lost all its Shine? August 08, 2015

Gold which was considered as sign of prosperity has seen losing its shine. The price of gold has seen considerably dipping from its 2011 high, which was on its peak at $1900 per ounce in 2011 has fallen to $1200 per ounce in 2015 globally. If we go for the current scenario, it has fallen 26% in last 6 months and it is expected to fall more in coming days. Now, before understanding why the price of the gold has been declined in this period, let us first know how the price of gold has considerably risen which was nearly flat or constant in almost three decades from 1980 to 2008. In 1980, gold which was priced at $850 per ounce touched $1000 per ounce mark in 2008 and that too for a brief period before falling to a remarkably low of $700 per ounce due to financial crises or recession.