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Dr. Subbarao stand your ground against inflation
Written by George Albert   

Written for First Post
April 7, 2012: The movie Ironclad shows how an army of fighters led by a Knight Templar defends the Rochester Castle in Canterbury against King John who wants to reimpose his arbitrary rule on Englishmen by  throwing out the Magna Carta.

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What’s up? Rupee is falling even against falling dollar
Written by George Albert   

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March 31, 2012: The depreciation of the Rupee continues despite the fall in the dollar index, which indicates extreme weakness in the Indian currency. But Rupee bulls should not lose hope as some relief might be on the way soon at least against other major currencies.

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Rupee continues on its downtrend after a brief respite
Written by George Albert   

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March 10, 2012: The Rupee has begun its downtrend again after appreciating for a few weeks and is expected to be range bound for sometime. The Dollar Rupee pair is establishing a new playing range between 48.65 and 53.75, which can prove to be fertile trading zone.

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Rupee rally may stall with fall against Dollar, Euro
Written by George Albert   

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February 11, 2012: The Indian Rupee's (INR) recent appreciation against the US Dollar and Euro stopped and reversed this week from key levels. There is also the anticipation that rupee interest rates may begin falling putting a downward pressure on the currency.

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Major currencies near strong reversal points against Rupee
Written by George Albert   

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November 19, 2011: The Euro, Dollar and British Pound near strong reversal points against the Rupee, which can stop and reverse the continuous depreciation of the Indian currency. Only there seems to be no stopping the rally of the Japanese Yen.

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More sectors turn bearish as downtrend continues
Written by George Albert   

Written for Business Standard
November 17, 2011: Over the past six months additional sectors were sucked into bear territory as the downtrend in the equity markets continue at a slow but steady pace.

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India faces the threat of stagflation
Written by George Albert   

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September 17, 2011: The stubbornly high inflation rate in India despite the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI’s) continued tightening of monetary policy raises the spectre of stagflation – which is a mix of high inflation and economic slowdown.

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