Finance

Demolishing the myth called interest

2021-04-20T12:19:44+04:00April 20th, 2021|Economy, Finance, News|

By Mubarak Sooltangos The world is so deeply entrenched in a monetary system where interest holds a key role, and all economics and finance professionals, worldwide, are so subdued to the paradigm that the doctoring of interest rates can change a national economy for the better that my attempt to prove the contrary may [...]

Mauritius needs fiscal consolidation

2021-04-20T11:40:13+04:00April 20th, 2021|Economy, Finance, News|

By Amit Bakhirta “Do not save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after saving…” - Warren Buffet Mauritius faces more severe long-term economic scarring than Moody's anticipated a year ago, which will reduce both economic and fiscal strength. Indeed. We today highly appreciate a first indication that our borders shall [...]

The politics of fiscal policy

2021-04-20T11:30:03+04:00April 20th, 2021|Economy, Finance, News|

By Dhanesh Narroo Fiscal policy dictates the fundamentals of the economy and governments are tasked with regulating the economy to achieve desired targets. Unemployment, economic growth and price stability are three consequential areas of fiscal policy that are crucial to the economy. However, politicians often distort figures and definitions so as to satisfy their [...]

It is high time for unconventional monetary policy

2020-02-28T18:32:57+04:00February 28th, 2020|Finance|

By Sameer Sharma Conventional monetary policy is about the central bank having a policy rate which sets an interest rate floor for the interest rate structure of the economy. All other interest rates are derived from this floor with the addition, of course, of various risk premias such as term premia, inflation risk premia, [...]

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