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Inflation targeting can be a game changer

Overall, with Growth Improving and Inflation and External Fron...

Government has taken Lot of Initiatives in Different Sectors in the Last 7-8 Months with an objective to take the Economy on a higher Growth Path: FM The Union Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley said that his Government has taken lot of initiatives in ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
Inflation targeting can be a game changer, 1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Historic government-RBI agreement on inflation control

Monday, 02 March 2015||channel:India " Tax revenue in 2007-2008 stood at 11.9 percent of the GDP. By 2013-2014, it had fallen to 10 percent of GDP and in 2014-2015 it is expected to fall further to 9.6 percent, signifying ...
 Nerve4 weeks ago Can India Achieve Long-Run Inflation Below 6%?  Seeking Alpha3 weeks ago Monetary framework targets price control  Hindustan Times4 weeks ago India adopts flexible inflation targeting  Rediff.com4 weeks ago
Times of India

Budget 2015: Will FM Arun Jaitley’s ‘inflation control’ target soften Raghuram Rajan’s roar?

A panel constituted by RBI had suggested that interest rate decisions could be taken by a monetary policy committee similar to the US Federal Reserves Fed Open Market Committee. Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan may end up with a significantly ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago Raghuram Rajan Comes Under Fire for Surprise Rate Cut  NDTV3 weeks ago Will FM's inflation control target soften Rajan's roar?  Times of India1 month ago Budget 2015: Will FM Arun Jaitley's inflation control target soften Raghuram Rajan's roar?  Economic Times4 weeks ago

Inflation caution

In economic terms India has much to cheer. Cheap oil, current account deficit under control, low inflation and a possible growth rebound are reasons for celebration. In their meeting with representatives of Fitch Ratings, Union finance ministry ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago India should maintain current account deficit within 1-1.5 per cent range: C Rangarajan  Economic Times2 weeks ago India should maintain CAD within 1-1.5% range: Rangarajan  Economic Times2 weeks ago Jaitley hunts for growth triggers  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

IMF lauds fiscal measures; prefers tighter policy to control inflation

NEW DELHI: Pressure may be mounting on the Reserve Bank of India from within the country to lower interest rates, but multilateral lender International Monetary Fund has favoured a tighter monetary policy to bring down inflation, even as it has ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago IMF lauds India's fiscal measures; prefers tighter policy to control inflation  Economic Times2 weeks ago India growing faster than expected, GDP forecast to 7.2 per cent for 2015: IMF  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago India's economy recovering, reforms vital IMF  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago

See RBI cutting rates by a further 50-bps before year 2015 is out: Keki Mistry, HDFC

"I said immediately after the Budget that if inflation remains under control, a rate cut would come despite the fiscal slippage in Budget 2015." ET Now caught up with Keki Mistry, HDFC, for his views on the latest RBI rate cut. Excerpts: ET Now: Are you ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
India Infoline

India's services sector expanded in Jan: PMI data

Financial intermediation remains a drag; with inflation under control, HSBC economist expects RBI to cut policy rate by 75 bps in 2015 BS Reporter | New Delhi February 5, 2015 Last Updated at 00:50 IST Related News India's services sector expanded in Jan: PMI ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Franklin Templeton on sixth RBI Bi-Monthly Monetary Policy Review  India Infoline1 month ago RBI may cut interest rate further in policy review this week  Deccan Herald1 month ago Singhi Advisors comments on RBI policy  India Infoline2 months ago

RBI Rate Cut Hopes Rise After Coal India Share Sale

With inflation under control and hopes of the government reaching its divestment target, many bankers believe that macroeconomic indicators are conducive for a further rate cut of 0.25 per cent by Reserve Bank of India on Tuesday. The improving fiscal ...
 NDTV1 month ago Macro-economic indicators favour rate cut by RBI: Bankers  Business Standard1 month ago Macroeconomic indicators favour rate cut by RBI, bankers say  Times of India1 month ago First Rate Cut In Nearly Two Years  The Viewspaper2 months ago

Inflation stays in control, factory activity drops

Dec IIP at 1.7%; CPI rises to 5.11% RBI may wait for more data for rate cut decision
 DNA1 month ago RBI could have cut rate by greater margin: Nirmala Sitharaman  Economic Times2 months ago To cut or not to cut: Tug of war between RBI and govt  Rediff.com1 month ago RBI could have eased the policy rate further: Sitharaman  Money Today2 months ago
One India

RBI may cut interest rates further, feels banker Uday Kotak

With inflation coming under control, Reserve Bank may cut interest rates further by 75-100 basis points in 2015, but challenges may appear in form of strengthening of rupee due to global fund flows, eminent banker Uday Kotak said.
 DNA2 months ago 'RBI may cut rates more; 75-100 basis points reduction likely in 2015'  One India2 months ago RBI may cut rates more; 75-100 bps reduction likely in 2015  Money Control2 months ago 'RBI may cut rates more; 75-100 bps reduction likely in 2015'  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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