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Some MPC members doubt if growth would be sustainable: RBI minutes

Before the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI’s) monetary policy announcement, the members of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) were worried as to whether growth could sustain even as inflation fears persisted, according to the minutes of the two-day meeting. 607 more words

Complicated? Certainly, and this is not all

My editorial

I need to shake off a bit, regarding the business plan I am currently preparing for the EneFin project. The thing is supposed to be FinTech in the market of energy, with a special focus of promoting renewable energies and fitting into the technological and socio-economic environment of smart cities. 2,186 more words

Bitcoin spikes $1,000 on short squeeze

It appears to be time to check in on bitcoin.

The cryptocurrency spike over $1,000 in 30 minutes on Thursday morning taking it back over the $8,000 mark for the first time since late March. 148 more words

Wall Street

Singapore central bank tightens monetary policy for first time in six years

(Source: sg.finance.yahoo.com)

A view of the Monetary Authority of Singapore building in Singapore April 18, 2016. REUTERS/Edgar Su

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore’s central bank tightened monetary policy for the first time in six years on Friday, saying the city-state’s economy should remain on a steady expansion path in 2018, even as it acknowledged risks from a possible escalation of U.S.-China trade tensions. 167 more words

Current Affairs

MAS to allow Singdollar to rise in first tightening of monetary policy in 6 years

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: On the back of strong economic growth, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) will allow the Singapore dollar to rise in the first tightening of its exchange rate-based monetary policy in six years. 213 more words

Current Affairs

Fed can't find inflation, but let's raise rates to help the banks

The Federal Reserve — headed now by Jay Powell — released the minutes from the last meeting in March. The Fed is feeling that inflation, which has been under 2% annually for many years, is about to grow. 330 more words