May 13, 2020
Opinion | The potential impact of covid-19 on the cost of capital up ahead
This week in Mint, Niranjan Rajadhyaksha explains three important reasons why economic dislocation caused by COVID19 could bring down real interest rates....
March 19, 2020
Why Central Banks’ Rate Cuts Have Failed To Impress Amidst Covid-19
Why has the rate cut by the US Fed amid Covid19 concerns led to fear in markets? What are the lessons from history we need to learn? Shankkar Aiyar writes for BloombergQuint....
September 10, 2019
Opinion | How low can interest rates go in addressing the downturn?
In this Mint article, Niranjan Rajadhyaksha writes on how the monetary policy can be used to reduce interest rates to tackle the ongoing economic slowdown.
March 13, 2019
The confusing message from the India bond market
Should RBI explicitly signal its broad market intervention strategy to reduce uncertainty in the bond market?
December 05, 2018
MPC should take rate hikes off the table
The current combination of benign inflation as well as slower economic growth means that there is no reason at all for the MPC to increase rates this week.
October 17, 2018
The great Indian inflation puzzle
The initial success of flexible inflation targeting by RBI’s monetary policy committee is undoubtedly welcome, but the acid test lies ahead
October 04, 2017
Praveen Chakravarty in conversation with Rajiv Kumar, Chief of NITI Aayog on the economy
The article talks about the bad loan crisis, importance of coordination between the central bank and finance ministry and much more.
August 30, 2016
Coraggio, governor Patel!
The article speaks about Urijit Patel as the new RBI governor
March 31, 2016
How govt statisticians think India lives
In this Live Mint article, Karthik Sashidhar examines the underlying dynamics that inform the calculation of Inflation statistics in India. He argues that, "The weights attached to different product groups for the purpose of calculating the infla...
December 28, 2015
Paradoxes of Debt