Quantitative Easing (QE) is an unconventional monetary policy used by governments to help stimulate the economy, usually when traditional methods don't seems to be enough, such as during deep recessions. But its unconventional nature means it has both foes and fans. What exactly is this technique, and why is it so controversial? Read on to find out.
Raghuram Rajan, Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and the chief economic adviser in India's finance ministry, served as the International Monetary Fund’s youngest-ever chief economist and was Chairman of India’s Committee on Financial Sector Reforms. He is the author of Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy.
This source talks about the general and then specific info. on the indian economy. It says that the general economy is supervised by the government, which concentrates on the foreign trade and investments. But since the 90s India has lessend its control and more markets have opened up. furthermore it devides Indian Economic History into three divisions; pre-colonial, colonial and post-independence. To conclude, it gives info. and compares the rupee note, indian currency, to other currencies.
Saving our horses from slaughter - The Hill's Congress Blog- Public opinion has prevented any horse slaughter plant from opening after funding for inspections was reinstated. When plants were proposed in Mountain Grove, Mo., and Roswell, N.M., the outcry was overwhelming. A similar outcry recently derailed a bill to promote horse slaughter in Tennessee. Clearly, it is time to pass the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan was more focused on the World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in the capital Abuja staring May 7. Jonathan was planning to spin Nigeria to visiting global political and corporate leaders as a neoliberal success story, boosted by the April 7 announcement that Nigeria had overtaken South Africa as the continent’s largest economy.
18 States Raised Minimum Wage It Helped the Economy --A report by the White House Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) finds that in the 18 states (plus Washington DC) that increased their minimum wage since 2014 low-income workers benefited from the raise without any additional harm to the economy http://ift.tt/2gUc575 --On the Bonus Show: Study finds Facebook lurking makes people miserable Kasich expands concealed carry in daycares and colleges an aerosol to cool the earth and much more…
Global/Local Story - to Brexit or not to Brexit.. dat is de question. Script Global issues as well as local.. small businesses/housing estates/schools/everyday people who will be effected mostly... Police too.