Rupee value, recession, europe problem and global issues coverage

January 28, 2013

Economy, Indian Economy, World Economy

In the past, I have published many of the interesting articles about the reason for rupee value depreciation, recession, problem in euro zone, etc, and there is hundreds of comments from readers. In this post, I would like to summarize or collection of most popular links for our readers. Even though the articles are old, many of the problems summarized in those articles are still relevant and useful to the readers. If you have suggestion for future articles, please post it in the comments section. If you are interested in receiving the future articles, please subscribe here.

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Recession

In 2008, recession has done a lot of damage to our jobs and salary hikes. It is not easy to understand the reason for recession and why it is happening. I have written several articles on the same topic. The articles are about the 2008 recession, double-tip recession, etc. which helps the reader to understand in the simple words. The explanation can be understood by any ordinary reader. The following are some of the notable articles on the topic:

Euro Zone problem

This is one of the most discussed topic for the past two year in the internet. Most experts feels that Euro zone will be the trigger of the next global recession. There are several problems in the euro countries. If you read out the name of the countries in Europe, except Germany all the other countries have major finance problem which is due to the extra spending the 2008 recession. The major issues are on Greece & Spain which are spreading the problems to other countries. Please read the following article to know more about the problems:

US deficit Problem and Rating risk

World’s largest and richest country USA stumbling to revive the economy to the growth path. But, it is facing the sever financial logjam due to the excess bailout during the 2008 recession. The fiscal deficit of USA has reached to the highest level in its history. It causes major rating agencies to cut the rating on their investments risk. The following articles explain the problem on those issues:

Indian rupee value depreciation

In India, there are several problems like corruption, high fiscal deficit, no good leadership, not business friendly, etc. has dampened the investors sentiment and also the growth of the Indian economy has shrunken well below the past record. This causes most of the foreign investments routed to other emerging countries. The large outflow of foreign funds cause Indian rupee value has reached the historic low to rs. 58 for one dollar. This has sever impact on the inflation in India. The imports are become very expensive. The following articles would explain the topic:

I hope the above articles are good summary of problems around the world and in India. If you read all the above articles, it would give you good amount of knowledge on the global scenario and how the problems are affecting your daily life. If you have suggestion for future articles, please post it in the comments section. If you are interested in receiving the future articles, please subscribe here.

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