Andy Mukherjee, Washington Post

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Past articles by Andy:

The Year Is Already Toast for Singapore Banks

A record return on equity for DBS masks a dimming outlook for mortgages and deal making. The wealthy are bringing in money, but not taking on leverage. → Read More

India’s Banks Have It All, Except Caution

Lenders are skimping on loss provisions when profitability is still strong. The strategy has backfired in the past. → Read More

SVB Collapse Shows Fickleness of Crypto Money

The world’s second-biggest stablecoin got thrown off its peg because of the demise of a bank relatively unknown outside Silicon Valley. → Read More

India Isn’t Immune to the Stagflation That Felled Its Neighbors

The country has done a better job of withstanding the pressure from more expensive commodities and a stronger dollar. But now it’s slowing down. → Read More

Two Billionaires and a Game of Cricket

Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani have different playbooks. The sport may decide who comes out on top. → Read More

Why India’s Billionaires Banded Together for Adani

With their compatriot in the crosshairs of an American short seller, the nation’s uber-rich came to the last-minute defense of a fellow tycoon. → Read More

Adani Strikes Back. Can He Win the Perception War?

Retail investors don’t have time to digest a 413-page rebuttal to Hindenburg’s allegations before a crucial share sale closes Tuesday. → Read More

Make Money First. Geopolitics Can Wait

US card networks may get to tap small Indian retailers who otherwise can’t afford them. On that hangs a tale of rivals putting profit before parochialism. → Read More

Why Sri Lanka’s Suffering May Not End Soon

Debt restructuring has become an exhausting exercise for troubled nations as bilateral creditors bicker and some investors mount legal challenges. → Read More

Why the Fed Needs to Take the Digital Yuan Seriously

The e-CNY will be more than just a paperless version of cash for China’s local economy. Its use in trade settlement poses a challenge to the dollar. → Read More

Got Change? Why Digital Cash Needs to Feel Real

It won’t be enough for central banks to simply issue electronic versions of fiat money. Users must view the new currencies as close substitutes for paper bills. → Read More

Can Asia’s Richest Man Win India With an App?

Gautam Adani wants to use passengers at his airports to build a super-app. But it’s not the best time for tech ventures, and the competition may already be better positioned. → Read More

Brazil Misses Out on World-Cup Betting. What’s India’s Wager?

The outsourcing hub is attracting both makers and testers of games even though the local gambling market remains largely untapped. → Read More

With Crypto in Retreat, Central Banks Take a Quantum Leap

Monetary authorities are road-testing a new electronic currency that’s fast and anonymous, yet unfriendly to criminals and impervious to hacking by powerful computers. → Read More

Hong Kong Could Turn Covid Zero Into Money

To show its commitment to the restrictive policy, the city should consider paying people to take rapid antigen tests. → Read More

FTX Debacle Poses Challenges for Asia’s Crypto Capital

Singapore has an opportunity to come up with a comprehensive licensing regime after this year’s fiascos. → Read More

FTX’s Sudden Unraveling May Allow DeFi to Grow

The crypto exchange’s founder was throwing his weight behind regulation that would have helped his bourse while undermining decentralized finance. → Read More

Singapore or HK? DBS Offers Clues to Who Is Ahead

Lenders in the two financial centers have the upper hand over their Chinese peers going into 2023. → Read More

China+1 Is a Real Theme in India’s Festive Season

The country’s factory-to-the-world ambitions are being bolstered as China threatens to retreat from the West. → Read More

China+1 Is a Real Theme in India’s Festive Season

The country’s factory-to-the-world ambitions are being bolstered as China threatens to retreat from the West. → Read More