There are so many products in this global financial market that sometimes a
financial adviser feel more like a bouncer than anything else ……..
- Principal protection funds. ( They are always come out after the market’s been killed and cap your upside on the recovery) View full article »
On6 December 2011Bank of Englandposted on its website information about the new financial instrument, which main goal is to preserve liquidity during the shortage as to save the financial stability of the country.
“In light of the continuing exceptional stresses in financial markets, the Bank of England is today announcing the introduction of a new contingency liquidity facility, the Extended Collateral Term Repo (ECTR) Facility. This Facility is designed to mitigate risks to financial stability arising from a market-wide shortage of short-term sterling liquidity. There is currently no shortage of short-term sterling liquidity in the market. But should that position change, View full article »
There are so many products in this global financial market that sometimes a financial advisor feel more like a bouncer than anything else ……..
- Principal protection funds. ( They are always come out after the market’s been killed and cap your upside on the recovery)
Well the election is over in Greece and the New democracy party gained and possible that they will need support from Syriza to form the government. The question still remain in my mind. Can the Greece leave he euro quietly ? well possible but a lot of arguments has already been put in to posts and the economists, financial baron have discussed.
When I say possible because the Greek economy is just 2% of the Euro zone GDP. but here again it already had plenty of noise knock on effects. View full article »
When INR touched the level of 56 against 1$, the first sms I received “Ab Tak – 56″. One of the thriller movie in Bollywood. The other msg that I received which is now trending in twitter the famous dialogue of an Indian flick “Amitabh Bachchan has demanded at all payments to him be made in dollars instead of INR. Kyunki main aaj bhi gire huye paise nahi uthaata”
The Rupee has been trapped in a vicious circle, the free fall is on the roll, View full article »
The Greek puzzle is getting cozy each day . The G8 leaders backed Greece in euro zone as reported by Reuters. Putting any new remarks it looks like to wait and watch the scenario and action by the regulators, politicians.
Today I thought of sharing some old brokers terminologies and bit personal experience. As I quoted on FB View full article »
Last night I was a part of Bloomberg Next at Four Seasons Mumbai Worli organised by Bloomberg. The theme was based on emerging markets serve as the world’s economic growth engine amidst the global turbulence. The distinguish speaker was the CIO one of the leading mutual funds share his thoughts on the topic India beyond silk and spice. View full article »
Well it is official the political party leaders in Greece failed to reach on the agreement and the re-election is on the cards. The jeopardy conditions calls for the lenders withdrawing $898 million from greek banks. What will happen if Greek exits Euro ? Who will pay their debt in-case if they exit Euro and the future of Euro lot of dilemma needs to be addressed.
The ripple effect of the above is that the parties who oppose the austerity measures upon which Greece’s bailout is conditional, such as Syriza, will gain support in new elections. View full article »