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Title: Editorial
Authors: Banerjee, Ashok
Keywords: Editorial
Financial Research & Trading Laboratory
Issue Date: Jan-2020
Publisher: The Financial Research and Trading Laboratory (FRTL), IIM Calcutta
Abstract: The first article show that mutual funds are doing right in putting a greater share of their funds in large cap stocks. This excessive flow is pushing the P/E multiples of top stock indices high. However, the author concludes that performance of fifty top companies are not good enough to turnaround the economic woes. In order to go anywhere near the 5 trillion-dollar GDP target, private domestic consumption should grow and for this to happen common citizens should have more money to spend. The second articles is on Supply Chain Finance and Block chain where the author discuss the number of concerns which may act as a deterrent for a supplier to proceed with a supply chain contract.
Description: Biosketch: Ashok Banerjee, Ph.D., is Professor, Finance and Control, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIM-C). He is also the faculty in-charge of the Financial Research and Trading Lab at IIM-C. His primary research interests are in areas of Financial Time Series, News Analytics and Mergers & Acquisitions.
Appears in Collections:Issue 3, January 2020

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