Archive for August, 2011

  • Indian Economy Faces Slowdown>
    Indian Economy Faces Slowdown
    In the last few weeks, public focus in India was largely on the anti corruption crusade led by Anna Hazare. Debates have been raging on how exactly corruption can be solved, and peaceful protests have sprung up all over the country. Social media was used as a medium for the news spreading in the public consciousness. However, there may be other problems that may be far more imperative, such as the news of the economy slowing down. The slow down of economic growth in India was announced recently. The Reserve Bank of India, the central bank of the country has given a warning that may seem pretty blunt – growth of the Indian economy could slow down to less than 8 per cent. The news was released on Thurs, when the Indian government was in negotiation with Anna Hazare, the fasting anti corruption  [...]
    at August 30th, 2011 at 12:08 am
  • Hottest Jobs in the Green Sector>
    Hottest Jobs in the Green Sector
    As we start focusing more and more on the benefits of green energy and technology, there are a great number of jobs being created in the process. There are plenty of jobs available in the sector, and as long as you have decent qualifications, you will have no difficulties. Only about 22 pc of green sector jobs require a graduation degree. Solar Power Contractor Solar Power is increasingly being turned to both for commercial and for residential projects. There are a number of states such as Florida and New Jersey that offer rebates and incentives for choosing solar energy. Being a solar power contractor could work, since more and more homes and businesses keep installing them. Wind Turbine Installer . . . A rising percentage of the total power is being generated by the collection of wind turbine  [...]
    at August 22nd, 2011 at 12:08 am
  • What a Selective Default Means for Treasury Bonds>
    What a Selective Default Means for Treasury Bonds
    The case of a selective default by the United States Government has been much pondered upon in the recent times. The exact nature of the happenings cannot be predicted by anyone. One thing is for sure, it does not imply that people would not receive their payments, but just that they will be a bit late. How long this wait will be, and who will get paid late can be guessed by anyone. Even if US administration prioritizes its debt payments, a default, however small, has the possibility of a lowered US credit rating. That’s bad news in many ways, and good news in a few. This states to the world that the United States is not credit worthy as it has always been. It also could imply that the value of the dollar could reduce with respect to currencies of other countries. The decidedly shaky environment  [...]
    at August 8th, 2011 at 04:08 am