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Blue Chip Issue 2 (July-September 2012)

Blue Chip Issue 2 (July-September 2012)

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Published by Ashish Gupta
Blue Chip is quarterly magazine of Monetrix, the Finance and Economics Club of MDI Gurgaon. This is the 2nd issue of the magazine (July-September 2012)
Blue Chip is quarterly magazine of Monetrix, the Finance and Economics Club of MDI Gurgaon. This is the 2nd issue of the magazine (July-September 2012)

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From the Editor’s Desk
 
Dear reader, As we bring our second issue to your desk, there seems tobe some relief in the economic climate with policy changes
like the government‘s announcement of allowing FDI in
multi-brand retail. The way the Manmohan Singh govern-ment handled it, seemed like a red herring for distracting thepublic from the burning issues of corruption. How success-ful such policies prove at the ground level in uplifting thelowest in the supply chain, is left to be seen.Of course, the news of this bold but long awaited policy change would give relief only for a little while before TeamKejriwal brought out skeletons from closets of political big  wigs and put allegations of crony capitalism on one of In-
dia‘s largest companies, calling for a change.
  The life of an MBA student, is rife with ups and downs,handling change is a way of life. The previous edition of Blue Chip (July) found you in a much different state thanthis one. For many first years, the change is a good one, therelief of having gotten a good summer internship for theyear 2013. For the second years, those whose placement
status has changed to ‗signed out‘, too, are sitting comforta-
bly. While, for many others, the change might not be such agood one, a time filled with tension and anxiety still waiting for that golden final or summer placement. Some mighteven fear an outcome similar to the placement season attheir undergraduate level during the years of 2008-09.But all hope is not lost, as with policy changes from the gov-ernment and political activism from the public clubbed withseemingly favourable outcome of US presidential election,there seems to be an atmosphere of constructive change.Keeping in line with the spirit of change - the only constantin life - we have added a new section for exercising your
grey cells called ‗Mind Games‘ that features a crossword. We
hope you find it to be a change for the better!Retaining popular sections from last issue; this time we fea-ture an interview with the country head of Food & Agri-Business Strategy & Research (FASAR) for Yes Bank, Mr.Girish Aivalli, who has given his invaluable insights aboutthe food and agri-business scene in India and about Yes
Bank‘s future plans.
 Ending on a festive note, from the entire Blue Chip team,
here‘s wishing all our readers a very Happy Diwali and a
prosperous new year 2013!~AnupriyaEditor for Blue Chip
 BLUE CHIP
ISSUE 2
All images, artwork and designare copyright of 
Monetrix
Finance andEconomics club of MDI, Gurgaon
Aditya MittalAmit GargAneesha ChandraAnupriya AsthanaKeyur VinchhiNihal Mahesh JhamRishabh GuptaSandeep PatilSankalp RaghuvanshiSaurabh SaxenaStephen ThomasUday Das GuptaVarun Sanghi
Manasa Malipeddi
For any information or feedback, pleasefeel free to write in to us at
bluechip@mandevian.com
 
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CONTENTS
Tutorial ~ 23
Breaking Up of Currencies
 
Fiscal Deficit ~ 43
Fiscal Deficit: The Labyrinth Tale
 
The Bad-Bank Model ~ 19
Good Bank, Bad Bank 
 
Market Update ~ 46
Market MovementEconomic Indicators World Market ExchangesSector Wise Snap ShotIn the News
 
Quantitative easing ~ 4
Quantitative Easing: A Blessing or a Curse?
 
Policy and Governance ~ 25
Decay Beyond the Billion DollarCavity to the National Coffers: HasCoalgate Exposed the Root?
 
Mr. Girish Aivalli
In conversation with ~ 28 
Industry Speak 
Cover Article ~ 9
Leap of Faith Off theFiscal Cliff 
Book Review ~ 17
Breakout Nations
Carbon Credits ~ 36
Carbon FinanceUnderstanding the Market
Mind Games ~ 50
Crossword
Beginner’s Corner ~ 40
 
 Trading Strategies

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