Tax slabs should keep pace with inflation, dependent allowances should be considered
Deficits do not rise much in the year that a currency crisis is triggered, but in the stabilization year
Targeting GDP with easy money dates back to Scottish Mercantilist John Law and fully flexible policy to James Steuart.
Our police correspondent examines the crisis in the department
They create employment, income, increase export earnings, promote innovation and contribute to societal wellbeing
There’s nothing ‘mad’ about March
The new law appears to have brought back policy conflicts dropped in a previous amendment
The inclusion of extensive macro-prudential laws is an admission that money is bad
A strike planned on March 01
IMF should stop the promotion of impossible trinity regimes with spurious claims to monetary policy independence
Call from Goh, Shenoy to provide sound money discarded in favour of depreciation, flexible regimes
Care should be taken to make sure that excess liquidity does not re-emerge from fictitious capital
"Financing SDGs has become the biggest challenge for Sri Lanka"
Singapore has 5,000 shipping agencies and have 140 shipping lines headquarters
The aragalaya has a lit a lamp for free expression
In 1968 with Bretton Woods soft-peg hanging on a thread, advantages of currency board had become clear
Aims to make the public service more independent
That BOP deficits and reserve losses are caused by money printing is now hidden and victims are blamed
In India, religion and socialism commingle and collide.
"The cabinet will be briefed very soon once he received all the details."
Fear of a DDR/IFR event drive rates even higher
Indian billion dollar credit line also works Undiyal fashion
A series of detailed proposals
It is through open market operations that money is printed to mis-target interest rates
The absolute discretion to print money through flexible inflation targeting cum output gap targeting has to be blocked