Over the past few years it is seen that the central banks across the world are playing a major role in protecting their respective currencies. A central is expected to step in when ever their is a sharp appreciation or depreciation in the currency. Around 4-5 decades ago when the globalization was not so prevalent … More The Tale of Indian Economy
Globalisation is a broad term but it basically means two things; increased trade links and increased financial flows across borders. When globalisation started in the 1980s, the expectation was that capital would flow from rich countries to poor but efficient countries, that domestic investments will be financed less and less by domestic savings, that investors … More Is globalization really serving the purpose?
Apple on Tuesday raised $17 billion via a bond offering as part of its recently announced capital program which aims to return $100 billion to shareholders by the end of 2015. Apple’s capital return program is comprised of two components: an increased quarterly dividend of $3.05 a share and a $55 billion stock repurchasing program. … More Apple’s clever game