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Arundhati Bhattacharya, chairman of the State Bank of India, discusses the fallout of the country's decision to scrap its 500 and 1,000 rupee banknotes. » Read More
Arundhati Bhattacharya, chairman of the State Bank of India, speaks about economic reform in her country. » Read More
Arundhati Bhattacharya, chairman of the State Bank of India, speaks about the launch of a new Indian bond index on the FTSE. » Read More
Myanmar is finding itself increasingly isolated over its handling of the Rohingya crisis, but it may have found an ally in India.
Oil producers are investing heavily in LNG projects to compete with wind and solar. But is too much capacity being added? Financial Times reports.
A timebound bankruptcy process would be beneficial for India's debt markets, says Raghuram Rajan, former Reserve Bank of India governor.
India's demonetization move undoubtedly hurt growth, but its full impact may not have been measured, ex-RBI governor Raghuram Rajan said.
India's demonetization actually helped illicit cash to flow into its system, findings by the central bank suggested.
Companies invested or considering Myanmar are so far not raising the Rohingya exodus as a reason to pull back, says Pratima Singh of Frontier Strategy Group.
Tim Seymour, Fast Money trader, weighs in on what's moving in emerging markets.
Ashok Murarka of the Indo Myanmar Chamber of Commerce and Industries says connectivity, as well as resources and tech, are areas in which India and Myanmar can cooperate.
Economic reforms by Prime Minister Modi such as a currency swap and GST implementation are paving the way for a rebound in growth, says Rajat Rajgarhia, MA and CEO Institutional Equities, Moltilal Oswal.
Sanjeev Sanyal, principal economic adviser in India's Ministry of Finance, says the economy has slowed down, but the building blocks for expansion are being put in place.
China's leader appeared to take swipe at Donald Trump's "America First" policies by noting some countries are turning "inward-looking."
India has some security concerns that make New Delhi cautious on regional economic cooperation with China, says Eswar Prasad, professor, Cornell University.
A regional grouping with greater cohesiveness would probably have more weight than BRICS, says David Riedel of Riedel Research Group.
It's unclear the degree of influence BRICS will have as they don't possess the coherence that other international organizations do, says Louis Kuijs of Oxford Economics.
India’s demonetized currency may have found its way back into the system but analysts suggest that far from tarnishing Prime Minister Modi’s image, the strategy will ultimately viewed as a success.
India's move to swap its currency notes and the pending introduction of GST are likely behind a weaker first quarter GDP read, says Charu Chanana, economist emerging Asia, 4CAST-RGE.
If investment demand continues to be weak, loan growth at Indian banks is likely to be between 6 to 8 percent, says Srikanth Vadlamani of Moody's Investors Service.
China’s stronghold as the leading BRICS economy could be up for contention by the end of the next decade, according to a new report which suggests that India is set to see a surge in innovation.
Heavy seasonal monsoon rains destroyed homes and disrupted traffic in Mumbai.
Narayana Murthy told investors he hoped the company's management would rally behind newly appointed non-executive chairman Nandan Nilekani.