The CSE can if the SEC won’t

Recently at a Capital Markets Conference hosted by UTO EduConsult, I had the privilege of listening to one Thilan Wijesinghe. Thilan who was quite on edge went on for about an hour speaking on how the current sentiment within the capital market is warranted. Then he joined a panel discussion wherein he restrained himself considerably. ... Read More

Our Debt to China

“The available statistics appear to show that, whether the phenomena are connected or not, the rise of prices has nearly been proportional to the increase of currency”[1] J M Keynes on Indian Inflation “Apart from the fluctuations of the seasons the Indian level of prices is most influenced at the present time by the extent ... Read More