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” For all the latest Entertainment News, 2016 3:59 am In smart classroom at govt school in Chandigarh. But what happens to the relatively weaker PSU banks, 2015-16 will be a challenging year for many government-owned banks. This will pressure the other parties ruling other states to also willy-nilly embrace reform. you are talking about two phases that are very different for a cricketer’s mindset. Singh of Skinny Alley and Gandu Circus fame, It all started after frequent reports began doing the rounds in the media that Congress was considering the name of actress-turned-politician Nagma from Phulpur and Anil Shastri, 1996,S. Colombian German and English counterparts” More than 50000 tickets have been requested for the final which will be held at Moscow’s newly-renovated Luzhniki stadium on July 15 Just under 40000 tickets were requested for the tournament’s opening match which will also be held at Luzhniki Ticket sales for the 2018 World Cup made through FIFA’s website are divided into two phases followed by last-minute sales Prices range from $105 for the cheapest seats at group stage matches to $1100 for the most expensive seats at the final Ticket holders will be required to obtain a personalised fan-ID which allows Russian authorities to screen all fans hoping to attend matches World Cup matches will be held in 12 venues spread across 11 Russian cities including Moscow St Petersburg Sochi and Kazan For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Surjit S Bhalla | Updated: November 8 2014 8:29 am There is no economic reason for targeting but the experience of the last 10 years does indicate a political need Can India afford another irresponsible politician or an adventurous political party Possibly not Related News In several previous articles I have made the point that at least in India monetary policy (MP) has had precious little effect on inflation From this it does not follow that MP is inconsequential because importantly MP has had a large effect on growth Real interest rates matter for capital formation and growth and the lower such rates ceteris paribus the higher the investment and therefore growth Now before a smart graduate student objects and states that there will be no investment if land acquisition laws are enforced or no investment if retrospective taxation is enforced or no investment if projects don’t get cleared or little investment when it is so difficult to do business in India… Of course of course of course But for the umpteenth time let me emphasise the importance of the Latin god “ceteris paribus” or a situation where all other things are equal In laywoman’s terms this is a situation where for example only interest rates are changed and all other factors are isolated from causing any disruptions or confounding the shock to the system As discussed in several articles and the one on November 7 (‘A cut in time saves nine’ IE) the RBI has little empirical basis for not aggressively cutting rates Anchoring of inflationary expectations on which the RBI has spent considerable intellectual and policy energy has been repeatedly revealed to be a false god It is high time the RBI consulted the many organisations involved in political and economic polling to design their questionnaire on inflation expectations I am happy to offer my services But the RBI inflation expectations survey has to improve; at present it is an embarrassment to the RBI and all those involved in statistical work in India There is one other (chinky) defence that the RBI has to delay reducing policy rates They can argue as some rate-hawk experts are doing that the RBI should wait until the implementation of the new monetary policy “inflation-targeting framework” This framework would bestow all authority to the RBI for setting monetary policy that is no formal intervention of politicians will be possible The logic of this recommendation to wait escapes me It is like saying the government should not have prepared a July budget since they were going to present a full budget in February In any case the “inflation-targeting” model deserves a fuller examination What evidence exists that inflation targeting works in reducing inflation in an economy One might think that the RBI’s voluminous Urjit Patel’s “Report of the expert committee to revise and strengthen the monetary policy framework” might have some evidence regarding this important question It does not What it does have is a lot of discussion on the junk RBI inflation expectations survey (the very first chart shows inflation expectations in September 2013 of 13 per cent for September 2014 — the actual number was 65 per cent) On page 21 the report does present a table for the year of adoption of inflation-targeting the fiscal balanceon that date and the fiscal balance in 2007 There are two problems with this table First one would have expected documentation of where the fiscal balance was in 2013; second this presentation takes for granted that there is a confirmed one-to-one link between fiscal imbalances and inflation Peruse through any document of the RBI or any research paper which shows any statistical (not theoretical and not ideological) link between fiscal deficits and inflation in India There is a reward waiting for you upon finding this evidence — however if I were you I would not waste my time But the nation needs to know the inflation-reduction record of targeting and non-targeting countries And a fair amount of academic literature does exist on this subject The table shows the inflation record of several economies grouped according to whether they formally adopted targeting versus those that did not The former are further divided into Asian and non-Asian economies The years have been grouped as follows First a base period before the advent of targeting that is the years 1991 to 1996 The second time-group is for the period of the Asian financial crisis 1997 to 2000 The third for the pre-global crisis period of 2001 to 2006; and the fourth for the post-global crisis period of 2009 to 2013 The following data are presented for each group of countries and India and China separately The CPI inflation level for the base period and the average change in the inflation rate for different periods In addition the IMF WEO forecast of inflation in 2015 is reported A robust conclusion is that there is no evidence that inflation targeting works The average reduction in inflation for the non-targeting countries between 1991-96 to 2009-13 is -25 per cent and excluding India -29 per cent For the Asian targeters the reduction is considerably less at -21 per cent For the non-Asian targeters the decline is somewhat greater at -36 per cent India’s record in inflation decline at least till 2006 is among the best From near-double-digit levels in 1991-96 inflation averaged less than 5 per cent between 1997 and 2006 In summary there does not appear to be any consistent evidence that targeting helps in the reduction of inflation It may not hurt but it does not help either However CPI inflation in India did go through the roof and this explosion started sometime in 2006-07 The reason for this explosion has been well documented in this column — extremely irresponsible behaviour on the part of the Sonia Gandhi-led UPA to increase minimum support prices of foodgrains Now that that story is over inflation has come down to 65 per cent and Oxus’s estimate is that the October CPI print will be much lower and possibly as low as 55 per cent So in another year or so inflation will be respectfully low in India that is less than 5 per cent So what is the need for inflation targeting The IMF forecast for 2015 inflation makes for interesting reading Substituting an inflation estimate of 5 per cent for India (rather than the exaggerated IMF estimate of 72) one obtains a near-identical estimate of inflation for Asia (31 per cent non-targeting and 32 per cent targeting) and a slightly lower estimate for non-Asia (25 per cent) Welcome to the world of inflation convergence There is no economic reason for targeting but the experience of the last 10 years does indicate a political need Can India afford another irresponsible politician (that is Sonia Gandhi) or an adventurous political party Possibly not which is why I am not against the adoption of inflation targeting in India But don’t fib me by saying we need targeting to reduce the inflation rate The writer is chairman of Oxus Investments an emerging market advisory firm and a senior advisor to Zyfin a leading financial information company For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 26 2017 10:38 pm MCD election results 2017: (From left) Arvind Kejriwal of the Aam Aadmi Party Ajay Maken of the Congress and Manoj Tiwari of the BJP Related News The BJP retained all the three MCD corporations after registering landslide wins The party made huge gains in North South and East MCDs in comparison with the 2012 results BJP won 181 wards while the AAP and the Congress secured 48 and 30 seats respectively The AAP failed to retain its supporters unlike in the 2015 assembly polls The party blamed their poor performance on “EVM tampering” The Congress finished third but made reasonable gains in Delhi Delhi Congress Chief Ajay Maken resigned from his post accepting responsibility for the defeat Results declared so far: BJP-181 AAP-48 Congress-30 MCD election results 2017 highlights: 6: 30 pm:Everything went well EVMs worked properly says Delhi State Election Commission after the MCD election results 6: 10 pm: The final tally for the MCD elections is out BJP 181; AAP 48 Congress 30 (Out of 270) 6: 00 pm: Following the MCD elections drubbing Dilip Pandey has resigned from the post of AAP Delhi Convenor 5: 30 pm: Launching a stinging attack on AAP?

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