Vasudeva Reddy

Vasudeva Reddy
Engineer, Manager, Blogger, Photography enthusiast and a finance professional
After the Nirav Modi scam saw the light of the day, the demand for the privatization of banks has surfaced yet again. From ASSOCHAM (Associated Chambers of Commerce of India) to FICCI (Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and...
Budget means balancing expenses and incomes. In a populist budget, Government tries to please as many citizens as possible even if it hits long term prospects because of excessive borrowing. On the other hand, a reformist budget usually tries...
For a country to grow, investments from the government as well as from private companies is essential. However, when a country has a potential to grow at a higher rate than the domestic investment capacity offers, country has to...
In the economic history of India, year 2017 would stand out as a year of disruption. Apart from the disruptions, our stock markets had a dream run in 2017 by rising over 30%. If we ignore the temporary effects...
Amidst the megaton explosions of Demonitization and GST roll-out, crackle of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (will be addressed as IBC henceforth) has taken a back seat. Had it been passed in reform-less UPA-II, it would have been on headlines...
Another year is about to end, Demonetisation certainly was one of the most, if not the most, debated topic throughout the year. Like so many other writers who write about Economy and Policy, I spent a considerable amount of...
For a very long time China has spearheaded the growth of Asian markets with their bold, although dubious at times, moves and strategic shits at regular intervals. They have attained their full potential in a very short time due...
In an extraordinary show of political wisdom, economic understanding and general awareness, Congress sniffed foul play in Moody's upgradation of India’s rating from Baa3 to Baa2. Congress “blamed PM Modi” for buying Moody's so that they give better credit...
Did you see a viral photo on Social Media in which it was clearly visible that McDonald’s had increased the price of its Reg Latte from Rs. 120.34/- to Rs. 135.24/- to account for reduction of GST from 18%...
Demonetisation was the first step and a big one at that. Demonetisation was one of those rare policies where there was a mixed opinion about the failure or success of the policy and the participants on both sides were...
Slowest quarterly growth in last three years! 98.96% of specified bank notes found their way back to banking system Glitches in GST filing and woes of exports Is there anything good about this economy to talk? Have you ever questioned, despite...
Richard H Thaler, a name known to not many people few days back, is the current topic of discussion in the economic circles. If you are a not-my-problem guy and unaware of Thaler name, he won Nobel Prize in...