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

In a chat with ET Now, 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 the ... Economic Times, 2 months ago
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Deposits in Jan Dhan accounts up 118% over 21 months

The average deposit per account under Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY)-a financial inclusion programme launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in August 2014– increased 118% from Rs 795 in September 2014 to Rs 1,735 in May 2016, according to ...
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Open for business

After surpassing China to become the fastest growing economy in the world, India could now set its eyes towards narrowing the gap in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flows with its neighbour after the government last week announced sweeping changes to FDI ...
 Asian Age5 days ago Growth failed to add jobs  Asian Age2 months ago

Just a step in the right direction

Make in India. Ease of doing business. These are two catchphrases that have been tossed around a lot by this government. The Narendra Modi-led government took a step towards acting on those catchphrases with the slew of reforms it announced this week to open ...
 Asian Age5 days ago

Brexit: Indian firms may have to take a hit

(Representational Image) Britain's exit, if it happens, would have a negative impact on the $108-billion IT sector Brexit or referendum on Britain’s exit from European Union (EU) is likely to impact many Indian companies’ earnings, as British pound could ...
 Asian Age1 week ago
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Modis new FDI policy: Real change or fooling the markets?

On Monday, the markets opened under the shadow of two fears - Brexit (Britain likely exit from the Eurozone) and Rexit (Raghuram Rajans exit from the RBI). So, the Narendra Modi government had to do something to dispel the fears of investors. By announcing ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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With US interest rates heading upwards, how will India fare?

The analyst and investor community seems confident that India is well placed to weather the storm. On Wednesday, the US Federal Reserve chose to keep the federal funds rate unchanged. But the forward guidance provided by the committee suggests that the Fed is on course to raise interest rates during the course of the year. The committee now projects the federal funds rate at 0.9 per cent by the end of 2016, perking up to 1.6 per cent by 2017. With higher interest rates in the US all but a ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Decline in global trade may lead to another jobless growth year for India

Is the global economy headed for another recession? Perhaps its too early for a prognosis. But latest data do indicate 2016 will be worse for global trade than last year. Thats bad news for India. India pipped China to be the fastest growing economy in 2015 ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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GDP at 7.6%? Not surprised, say economists

‘As of now there are no major concerns for the Indian economy and we expect the economy should look up gradually. Everything seems to be under control.’ There were no ‘big bang’ reforms like the passage of two crucial laws, the Goods and Services Tax Bill and the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013, and yet the Indian economy clocked 7.6 per cent GDP growth for the financial year 2015-16, surprising ...
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The curious case of GDP discrepancies

This time there has been a rather peculiar criticism of the latest GDP numbers. Gross domestic product (GDP) data released on Tuesday by the Central Statistical Office (CSO) showed India's economy grew at a robust 7.9 per cent in the fourth quarter of the previous financial year. While CSO's previous estimates of GDP growth under the new series have been met with scepticism about the performance of the manufacturing sector, this time there has been a rather peculiar criticism of the latest GDP ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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