“All knowledge comes with pain”
“All knowledge comes with pain”
the popular conception is made from information circulated in the environment around us, and it turns into a guess when we can’t recall the source of information which led us into making this guess- Rahul KM
Here is my view on team work, it may sound heretic given the current Industry scenario
Teamwork the means to reach higher level of mediocrity but then again for mediocre minds mediocrity is not mediocrity because that’s where their limits end- Rahul KM
Finance is a perfect outdoor game. it has everything, funny names, cool moves and handsome rewards! – Rahul KM
I think I have the answer to the question:
Why Pepsi has a bigger market share in India as compared to Coke?
Detailed Market Research report coming soon.
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Joseph Schumpeter, the great Austrian economist, once wrote: “The monetary system of a people reflects everything that the nation wants, does, suffers, is
The Euro won’t be safe until the Europe answers some fundamental questions. The future of Euro will depend upon the choice made by ECB in the coming months. EU has repeatedly failed to put forth a euro rescue plan and the last one fell just one stop short. The one good thing with Europe is that it is still in a better shape as compared to the US, in terms of debt. Europe’s ‘deep pocket’ countries must come forward to help the governments of PIIGS countries. ECB has not yet made it clear in the market that they are willing to step in and as the Economist is arguing that ECB should buy the debt in unlimited quantities on the secondary market. Other thing is that the Europeans are at odds over what the crisis is really about, and riven by disagreement over what each country must contribute towards solving it
Italy is in tatters and Mr. Berlusconi has decided to step down as the PM. This is the most intelligent decision taken by him. I strongly believe that Italy still stands a chance. Saving rate of Italy is high and government tax recipients are not too dependent on property and stuff. What Italy currently needs is a sound leader to put the confidence of the investor’s back in the country. During Silvio’s regime the economy of Italy grew miserably (faster than Haiti and Zimababwe only). If Europe wants to survive the crisis it becomes imperative to save Italy and for Italy to succeed a lot of things has to fall in place all at the same time and with collective approach this can be achieved.
Currently the situation of Italy does not look good, the bond yield has reached the danger level 7.5% which can put the whole Italy into Insolvency. If the 3rd largest bond market starts to buckle it will bring down anything and eveything you can think of. Markets sentiments must be controlled which are becoming haywire after the news that LCH Clearnet has raise the margin call for anyone dealing in Italian bond markets and the talks that they are contemplating a new club of euro countries have the capability live within the rules, and leaving the rest. ECB is sending some signals that it will step in to ease the Italian bond market but news and chats like these will kill the attempts of pacifying the market.
Everything seems a bit hazy right now but if ECB, France and Germany and the most important people of Italy, if they all stand firm on the ground for saving the Euro this daunting target can be achieved.