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Let the markets determine the exchange rate: Madan Sabnavis, C...

In a chat with , Madan Sabnavis, Chief Economist, CARE Ratings, says we are not in a position where we can actually push our exports forward in the absence of recovery in demand conditions. Edited excerpts Mythili Bhusnurmath: Would you agree with ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago

A mixed bag at best: Madan Sabnavis

The Budget was not supposed to be revolutionary but was expected to address the issue of growth. On this, the proposals blow hot and cold. A Keynesian expansion was expected to prop the economy, and was logical considering that the government is the ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago

No achhe din for investment

New investment in the country has declined by 32 per cent, spread across both the government and private sectors, said Madan Sabnavis, the chief economist, Care Ratings. According to an analysis by the department of industrial policy and promotion and the ...
 Asian Age2 months ago

Inside Unreal Estate book review: Realty check

Inside Unreal Estate Sushil Kumar Sayal Penguin Pp 212 R499 INSIDE UNREAL Estate is a very timely book, written on a subject that has always been an enigma, as we all have our own pre-conceived notions of the sector without commensurate ...
 Financial Express6 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

Growth failed to add jobs

Despite the Indian economy growing at the fastest pace in the world in the financial year 2014-15, the country appears to seen a near zero percent growth jobs as it created only 12,760 new jobs in the fiscal. According to a study conducted by Care Ratings on ...
 Asian Age2 days ago Growth failed to add jobs, created only 12,760 new jobs in fiscal  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago

Fiscal deficit targets: Why Centre's leeway to states is of little use

While approving the additional borrowing space for the states, the central government had emphatically argued this would lead to higher spending for capital projects and infrastructure in the states. Even as the Centre provided additional leeway ...
 Financial Express4 days ago Fiscal deficit target: Feet tied, headroom of little use tostates  Yahoo! India5 days ago Fiscal Discipline for States  New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Survey finds Rajan getting an extension at RBI

Forget the headlines about tensions with India's government: Raghuram Rajan is likely to stay on as India's central bank governor after his term ends in September. That's the view of most economists in a Bloomberg survey on Thursday following ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago Survey finds Raghuram Rajan likely to stay on as RBI governor  Livemint.com1 week ago Rajan Seen Getting Extension at India Central Bank in Survey  Bloomberg1 week ago Rajan Still Seen Getting Another RBI Term in Economist Survey  La Repubblica1 week ago

A million Indians reach employable age each month: More jobs, better jobs' data needed

New Delhi: About a million Indians reach the employment age every month. That is a daunting statistic, specially since job growth slowed to a six-year low in 2015 under the NDA government. The Indian economy continues to be one of the fastest ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago

Why food prices won't go up in near future

  Sequel to optimistic monsoon forecast, besides high base of last year, say analysts Food inflation is likely to moderate in the next three months on a subdued price trend in agricultural commodities and expectation of above normal rain in the coming monsoon season. Triggered by a sharp increase in prices of agri commodities, led by those of pulses, sugar and vegetables, food inflation had moved up for six months. However, in February, retail inflation as measured by the consumer price ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Food inflation to remain under check on better rain forecast  Smart Investor1 week ago
Hindustan Times

5 Ways India's Economy Is Set to Bloom if Monsoon Predictions Come True

While the first drops of India's annual rains are still more than a month away, weather watchers are already predicting the country's painful dry spell will end this year with higher-than-average monsoon rains. Early rainfall predictions are ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland1 week ago It's just monsoon euphoria, caution economists  Business Standard India2 weeks ago After 2 parched years in a row, Met predicts bountiful monsoon  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
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