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The Macro Faire An Investor's Guide To Macroeconomics

Author Name: Ankita Pathak | Format: Hardcover | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

“Crude prices to surge to USD 300 a barrel”, “Rupee to slide further”, “World Bank cuts India’s GDP forecast”: these news headlines are just the tip of the iceberg. How the markets react to the macroeconomic environment is heavily news-driven, given that the same data can be interpreted in several ways. To complicate things further, investors today have an overwhelming array of choices at every level, including asset classes, geography, investment horizons, and reasons to invest! ‘The Macro Faire’, your DIY kit to top-down investing, aims to help build an understanding of macro data starting from the very basics. It will equip you with a set of tools that will let you interpret data in all market conditions and make better investing decisions.  If you’ve been putting off diving deeper into macroeconomics because you believe it’s too complex, this is just the book you need to get you over the hump, one chapter at a time!

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Ankita Pathak

Ankita Pathak is an economist whose primary focus is the Indian capital markets. She specialises in picking top-down themes for investing and is passionate about making macroeconomics have more bearing on investors’ financial decisions. She has a B.A. Economics (Hons) from Lady Shri Ram College and an M.Sc. Economics from the University of Warwick, where she was a Commonwealth Scholar.

Ankita’s views have been extensively covered in mainstream media such as Times of India, Economic Times, Mint, Moneycontrol, Bloomberg Asia TV, etc. She has been the recipient of the ICCE’s ‘Most Influential Young Economist—India’ award and the AIWMI’s ‘Top Women in Finance’ award. She strongly believes that the vast majority of economics books fail to be tailored for the nuances of Indian capital markets. In this book, she aims to use her experience to guide through the key macroeconomic concepts, with a particular emphasis on their relevance to investing.



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