Category Archives: Indian Economics

BRICS Have Become a Wall

As India hosts yet another BRICS summit, we need to step back and realize that this clever acronym to describe burgeoning economies needs to be re-examined. The BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) The New Delhi event … Continue reading

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India — An Untapped Market for Change

Before you jump to conclusions based upon a title, know that the type of change India needs is not what you read about during the Obama campaign…or what activists in India are calling for.  I’m talking about the type of … Continue reading

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India’s cooling on gold doesn’t represent an economic slowdown

The decrease in India’s demand for gold has some concerned that we are on the cusp of a double-dip recession. It is difficult to know for sure what lies ahead in the future of the global economy, but I assure … Continue reading

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While the World Panics, India Profits

As the U.S. and EU are panicking at the volatility of their stock markets, gold continues to skyrocket to record highs – last week crossing the $1,800.00 barrier. Indian consumers, by virtue of its culture and gifting tradition, have already … Continue reading

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