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Book Review: Deconstructing economic policy

Economics of India - How to Fool All People For All Time by Madan Sabnavis Business Standard, 1 month ago

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$400b forex reserves looks well within reach

India’s forex reserves are rising fast to breach the $400 billion level. As of June 23, forex reserves have gone up to a record high of $383 billion, a $14 billion increase since April. This has been on account of a rise in foreign currency assets of the ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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Will GDP suffer from GST hiccups?

'A broad-based revival of private sector investment was likely in 2018-19 after businesses had successfully made the switch to the GST.' Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The Goods and Services Tax (GST) might adversely affect economic growth in the initial part of 2017-18 before providing a boost from the fourth quarter onwards, economists said. They added retail price inflation would largely remain unaffected but inflationary expectations would persist as prices would rise for services ...
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Has currency in circulation reached a new normal?

With weekly additions slowing, it's likely that demand could be slackening Over the past few months, there has been a steady decline in  weekly additions to currency in circulation (CIC). In the week ending May 26, the addition was a mere Rs 5,900 crore (Rs 59 billion), down from roughly Rs 7,600 crore (Rs 76 billion) the week before. By comparison, in the week ending January 13, Rs 52,786 crore (Rs 527.86 billion)  was pumped into the system. The total of currency in circulation now ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Rupee slips but experts say no large depreciation likely

The rupee’s vulnerability came to the fore after the US Federal Reserve invoked its second rate hike of 2017 despite inflation running well below the target. The rupee on Thursday slipped 24 paise to close at 64.53 levels against the dollar. However despite ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Farmers shifting out of pulses, oilseeds

Acreage of these crops is likely to fall as prices drop below MSP in mandis; area under cotton, maize may increase on better realisation Farmers are shifting from oilseeds and pulses to more remunerative crops like cotton and maize this kharif season. The area under oilseeds and pulses is likely to decline with prices ruling below minimum support prices in many mandis. Farmers are agitating because their produce is not being lifted by government agencies and traders are also not buying ahead ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Industrial output growth slows to 3.1% in April

Industrial output in the country rose by 3.1 per cent in April from a year earlier, mainly due to a rise in both electricity generation and mining production.Figures for factory output in April, measured in terms of Index of Industrial Production (IIP), ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Amid agri unrest, retail inflation at another low

New Delhi, 12 JuneRetail inflation for the month of May hit another series-low, coming down to 2.18 per cent. Consumer Price Index-based inflation (CPI) was 2.99 per cent in April and 5.76 per cent in May last year. Food prices entered a deflationary zone in ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Amid agri unrest, May retail inflation at another low of 2.18%  Business Standard1 month ago
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Farm loan waiver: will Maha govt's political gambit cost it economically?

Desperate to end the farmers' strike in Maharashtra, the state government has announced debt waiver to marginal and small farmers. It has, in principle, accepted the demand for a blanket debt waiver, and is confident it will soon be worked out. Farmers in ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

GST likely to create some havoc

There can be no gain without pain and that may be especially true when it comes to taxes. As about 160 countries overhauled their indirect tax systems, they confronted numerous challenges. Latecomer India is unlikely to escape some havoc. When Canada ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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