Vrinda Aggarwal

Senior Researcher

Vrinda is a senior researcher with Zee Media. She has majored in Finance and Economics from London School of Economics.


Why the RBI kept interest rates unchanged despite demonetisation

Most experts, economists and bankers had predicted the repo rate would be cut by 25 to 50 basis points Read Article

Indians confident about country's economy, global investors beg to differ

India's consumer confidence index is the highest among 63 countries surveyed by AC Nielsen Read Article

OPEC nations to finally cut down oil production

The decision that has been long pending led to a six per cent increase in crude oil prices Read Article

Indian banks hit by massive cyber security breach, 3.2 million debit cards reportedly compromised

The affected banks have been sending messages to their customers asking them to change their four-digit security PIN codes Read Article

Kumaon Literary festival: Panelists unable to move beyond personal political biases

What was intended to be an intellectually stimulating discussion ended up as a meaningless fight where personal biases prevailed Read Article

Reserve Bank of India's new management cuts repo rate by 25 basis points

A fall in the repo rate should ideally reduce the lending rate and improve investments in India Read Article

India appoints three experts for RBI's Monetary Policy Committee

Newly-constituted Monetary Policy Committee will make the process for setting key interest rates more transparent Read Article

Merger of Rail Budget with Union Budget and more: What it means for India

The Government of India has made several changes in its Annual Financial Statement, commonly referred to as budget Read Article

Five quirky start-up ideas from TechCrunch Disrupt, that you should know about

The 3-day affair offers 'revolutionary' start-ups a platform from which?to introduce game-changing technologies Read Article

India?s Unified Payment Interface: All you need to know

At present, the number of annual non-cash transactions per person in India stands at just six Read Article

The classic economic conundrum: Slipping as you rise

Every time there is a boom, we make mistakes and, often, those turn out to be big mistakes Read Article