Has monetary policy in India helped or hurt?

Carlos Vegh and Guillermo Vuletin have an article Overcoming the fear of free falling: Monetary policy graduation in emerging markets, in `The role of Central Banks in financial stability: How has it changed?’, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 2012. They have drawn on this to write a column on voxEU titled Graduation from monetary . . . → Read More: Has monetary policy in India helped or hurt?

Don Coxe Recommends Investors Read Lenin to Understand the Markets

China and India have always been crazy for gold and the yellow metal remains the choice store of value in those two countries, says Don Coxe, a strategic advisor to the BMO Financial Group. In an exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Coxe explains how demographic shifts are affecting the price of gold . . . → Read More: Don Coxe Recommends Investors Read Lenin to Understand the Markets

Economic Events on September 4, 2012

The figures for motor vehicle sales for November will be released today.  The consensus estimate is that 14.3 million autos were sold last month, which would be 200,000 more than the previous month.

At 10:00 AM Eastern time, the Construction Spending report for July will be released, and the consensus is that there was . . . → Read More: Economic Events on September 4, 2012