The outsourcing market in India has been thriving for years now and most of the entrepreneurs of some of the biggest Indian startups like Ola and Flipkart happen to be ex-employees of the US tech giants like Microsoft and Amazon. But the plight of startups in India may not be as optimistic as the ambitious Startup India Movement.
The creation of AIIB, China has opened its closed doors to many countries. In committing to contribute up to 50% of the AIIB capital, it will be taking the lead in assisting the development of other Asian countries. There will be a lot of rising challenges in the development of the bank but this could be a great opportunity for China to prove itself as a global leader.
The new state government in Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party( AAP) has blocked retail FDI in Delhi thus disappointing many industrialist, Investors, political parties and maybe even farmers who are longing for fair prices for the products sold by them to the middlemen.The article focuses the basics of FDIs and argues the step taken by the State Government of Delhi.
Right investments in 2014 are important to an Indian investor or NRIs looking to invest in India. With inflation, volatile markets and political instability, as portfolio should have enough room for savings and a long term return. This article focuses on the different areas to invest in.Having said that, it should be kept in mind that all investments are subject to market risks.
2014 is definitely a year to watch out for especially for those who have a kept a keen eye on Indian markets and have wondered the fate of the Indian Rupee.Well, amidst all the economic mayhem, 2014 is also important politically.Reason: it’s the election year. 2014 is a bit different than any other election year held before. This is because India is going through an economic reform process.
Mutual Funds (MF) are a great way to invest.The current scene,however, might not be very easy on the MF industry yet for long term investment these are an ideal option. Before investing any one would want to know how mutual funds work. I do feel that before plugging in your money you need to watch out for a few points.
This article focusses on how a fall in the rupee can affect the budget of an Indian & a Non Resident Indian. A fall in the domestic currency works in opposite directions for the a resident and a non resident.
Recurring Deposits (RD) are a great way to deposit bit by bit and yield a high amount on maturity. A very popular tool for those who cannot use the entire savings but a few thousands […]
Before investing any one would want to know how mutual funds work. Now, if you ask this from a finance professional, mostly, you’ll get answers that raise even more doubts because the clarifications are full of financial jargon In simple words, you will be more confused than before.
So gold rises….. years later it seems to be again on the move!! That is exactly how the story of gold goes.They usually say ‘ old is gold’ to things that are invaluable but when […]
Bank Fixed Deposits (FDs) are a very safeway to jumpstart your savings. If you have a savings account (I am sure we all do) then this is an article that will help you yield better […]
Money is something that needs to be managed well and any delay in its management can lead to losses that could have proven to be large profits. Given the present Indian scenario, I will be […]
A fall of domestic currency means alot to the associated country’s economy and its people. In recent times, huge fluctuations and a constant drop in the Indian currency, the Rupee, has uncovered the fact that […]