finance

The World Runs on Finance

Wherever you go, you hear the terms of budget, loans, bonds, stocks, crypto, and many more. Finance has become one of the highest searched topics that people want to learn. People want to get control, build different streams of income, build passive income, buy real estate, buy bonds and increase […]

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Understanding inflation

Inflation is a term we here very frequently in today’s world. Several economies of the world are now in the crunches of inflation. In this situation, let us read about […]

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Kudumbashree and micro finance

Kudumbashree, a community organization of Neighbourhood Groups (NHGs) of women in Kerala, has been recognized as an effective strategy for the empowerment of women in rural as well as urban […]

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Budget as Powerful Instrument of government

The budget is a vital, principle tool of Financial administration and is most powerful instrument of legislative control. Budget has mentioned important aspects as larger number of Policy questions in the course of making fiscal outputs. The term budget refers to the Financial papers. It has develop in middle ages, […]

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RBI ACCOUNT AGGREGATOR FRAMEWORK

The Account Aggregator framework, introduced by the RBI, aims to make financial data more accessible by creating data intermediaries called Account Aggregators (AA) which will collect and share the user’s […]

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MANAGING MONEY AND INCREASING SAVING

“Before Money becomes Wealth, it’s just Money. And for making Wealth from Money, we need to MANAGE it.” Money Management is the broad concept which incorporates the key principles required for developing wealth and for preserving and protecting that wealth. It teaches about investing, budgeting, banking, tracking your expenses and […]

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The World Bank

The World Bank is an international organization dedicated to providing financing, advice, and research to developing nations to help their economic development. It was created in 1944 out of the Bretton Woods Agreement, which was secured under the United Nations after World War II. The Bretton Woods Agreement included several components: […]

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Anomalies that occur in the Stock Market

A market anomaly is a price action that contradicts the expected behaviour of the stock market. Days of the week: Research and past history has shown us that stocks tend to move more on Fridays more than mondays and that there is generally a bias toward positive market performance on […]

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The YES Bank Crisis

In March of 2020, news rapidly spread that there was a very high chance of Yes Bank collapsing. This caused widespread panic among the people and soon even the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had to step in. On 5th March 2020, the RBI foisted a 30-day moratorium (temporary prohibition […]

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Property Rights

What Are Property Rights? Property rights define the theoretical and legal ownership of resources and how they can be used. These resources can be both tangible or intangible and can […]

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Financial Literacy

What Is Financial Literacy? Financial literacy is the ability to understand and effectively use various financial skills, including personal financial management, budgeting, and investing. Financial literacy is the foundation of […]

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