July 17, 2022

From chefs to film-makers, an eclectic bunch sign up for MBA

From donning the chef’s hat and managing kitchen operations at the coveted Taj Palace Hotel, and working as a faculty of food production at IIHM, to joining the PGPX batch of Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Ati Alok Kumar took the leap of faith just to “stay relevant”.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Bindu Kulkarni
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July 15, 2022

Govt holds meeting with edtech players over mis-selling charges; maximum complaints against Byju’s

The meeting held on June 24 was conducted by Consumer Affairs Department with edtech players and the self-regulatory body of the industry India Edtech Consortium (IEC).

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 15, 2022

Trade in rupee may boost investments in govt debt

RBI has allowed surplus rupee balance in vostro accounts to be used for payments for projects and investments.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 14, 2022

Indianomics: Rupee at all-time low — experts discuss recession fears, rate hike expectations

Sajjid Chinoy, Chief India Economist at JPMorgan, Ananth Narayan, Professor at SPJIMR, Kaushik Das, Chief Economist at Deutsche Bank and Neeraj Gambhir, President and Head of Treasury and Markets at Axis Bank discussed the impact of the US CPI and resulting global flux on India.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 13, 2022

How the RBI is creating conditions for foreign flows to come back to India

The RBI announced five measures on July 6 to further liberalise foreign exchange. The measures are aimed at creating a more enabling environment to attract dollars through banking deposits, ECB, FPI

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 12, 2022

G Padmanabhan And Ananth Narayan Shares Their Views On RBI Steps To Boost Rupee

The Reserve Bank on Monday asked banks to put in place additional arrangements for export and import transactions in Indian rupees in view of increasing interest of the global trading community in the domestic currency.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 12, 2022

RBI allows settlement in rupee to settle trade with Russia, Sri Lanka

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has allowed trade settlements between India and other countries, including Sri Lanka and Russia, in rupees.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 12, 2022

RBI allows payments for international trade in rupee

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 11, 2022

BC TO PC: How HP toppled Lenovo to reclaim the PC crown during the pandemic years

It continues to widen the gap with its rivals in India thanks to its robust online presence, product innovations and upgrades, and winning the trust of customers

  • Faculty Name Dr. Ashita Aggarwal
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July 11, 2022

Unhedged exposure via external commercial borrowing new threat to rupee

According to RBI data on external debt released, short-term debt on a residual maturity basis accounted for 44.1% of foreign exchange reserves at the end of March 2022

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 11, 2022

Rupee Settlement For International Trade: What Changes?

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 8, 2022

Impossible trinity returns to test RBI

Law mandates the RBI to keep inflation at 4% which it forecasts to be 6.7% this fiscal. To get to target, it has to raise interest rates sharply which it is reluctant to as it aims for a durable economic recovery. For the currency to be stable it has to attract overseas funds with higher interest rates.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 8, 2022

RBI dangles carrot, but NRI deposits might not match up

The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) decision to remove the interest cap on foreign currency deposits raised from non-residents while setting off a rate war among banks is unlikely to see the overwhelming inflows lenders saw nine years ago during the taper tantrum.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 8, 2022

A jump in forward premiums could ease pressure on Rupee

A day after the RBI announced measures to shore up forex reserves and arrest the local unit’s free fall, the rupee gained 0.16% to close at 79.18 Thursday. It was the fourth best performing Asian currency for the day. The one-month volatility index dropped 11 basis points.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 7, 2022

State Of The Economy: RBI Liberalises Forex Rules. How Will It Impact The Rupee?

RBI liberalises forex rules to help address dollar shortages, slow rupee fall. SPJIMR’s Ananth Narayan explains the impact of the measures.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 7, 2022

Ananth Narayan expects India Inflation to peak at 8% in Aug/Sept 2022

RBI liberalises forex rules to help address dollar shortages, slow rupee fall. SPJIMR’s Ananth Narayan explains the impact of the measures.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 7, 2022

RBI’s market operations helped banks in funding during Covid, says study

Noting that the COVID-19 pandemic led to a sharp loss of output in 2020-21, it said the adverse impact on the overall economic activity was somewhat offset by a countercyclical fiscal policy which in turn was mirrored in higher government borrowings on the back of the fall in revenues and higher expenditures.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 6, 2022

Enough with the AI washing!

The hype pushes advertisers to use “AI” whenever anything software-related is used to solve a problem now.

  • Faculty Name Dr Anil Vaidya
  • Featured In Analytics India
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July 5, 2022

Redemption pressure of Short-term debt to add to RBI’s forex management challenges

About 43.1 percent or $267 billion worth of external debt of the $620.7 billion amounting to 44 percent of country’s foreign exchange reserves comes up for maturity this fiscal, according RBI’s latest data on India’s external debt as of Mrach’22.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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July 4, 2022

After India’s craft beer and gin revolution, homegrown Black Bow aims for India’s whiskey moment

Shivam Ginglani is making an audacious bid to stir the alcobev market. Can the whiskey underdog take on the Black Dogs of the world and find more love for whiskey?

  • Faculty Name Dr Ashita Aggarwal
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