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Unfavourable base, but lower core to help CPI: Stanchart

Anubhuti Sahay, Senior Economist-Global Research, Standard Chartered expects the CPI to come in at 5.5 percent on the old base. She spoke to CNBC-TV18 on the factors that will come into play in January consumer price index (CPI) data today. Money Control, 2 months ago

Current account surplus seen in March quarter: Standard Chartered

NEW DELHI: India is likely to see a current account surplus in the March quarter of this financial year for the first time since March 2007 driven by lower oil prices, a Standard Chartered report says. The global financial services major has ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Current Account Surplus In March Quarter?  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago

The Mooters: The Moot Court Committee, NLU JodhpurNew

The Mooters" is a weekly series where Bar & Bench interviews the Moot Court Committees of different law schools in the country. In this piece, the team from National Law University, Jodhpur talks about the selection process followed, challenges ...
 Bar & Bench1 month ago

Snap India Rate Cut Seen as Unlikely by Standard Chartered, BNP

(Bloomberg) -- The chances of an unscheduled interest-rate cut in India in the coming weeks have dimmed after a fiscal budget that economists at BNP Paribas SA and Standard Chartered Plc say may disappoint central bank Governor Raghuram Rajan. ...
 La Repubblica1 month ago Snap India Rate Cut Ruled Out by Standard Chartered, BNP  Bloomberg1 month ago Snap RBI rate cut ruled out by Standard Chartered, BNP  Livemint.com1 month ago

Don't be fooled by India's fastest-growing economy tag

India is set to exit FY15 as the second largest largest BRIC economy this year, as the GDP hits $2 trillion. The Central Statistical Office (CSO) is estimating the Indian economy to grow by 7.5% in the fiscal year 2014-15. With this, India would ...
 Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide1 month ago
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Narendra Modi govt set to deliver on fiscal deficit target: 5 Top Forecasts

Narendra Modi government will present the Union Budget for FY16 (year ending March 2016) on 28 February. (PTI) PM Narendra Modi government will present the Union Budget for FY16 (year ending March 2016) on 28 February. It is likely to be assessed ...
 Financial Express1 month ago

Is India really the fastest-growing economy?

New series points to a sharp recovery since FY14, despite falling tax mop-up.  Goldman Sachs had forecast in December that India’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth would outpace China’s by FY17-18.  However, the Indian government has managed the feat this year. Under the new GDP series, the economy expanded 7.5 per cent in the December quarter. Not only this, GDP growth in FY15 is expected to be 7.4 per cent. With China expected to grow close to seven per cent in ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Standard Chartered revises FY16 GDP growth forecast to 7.7 percent

According to the global financial services major, strong GDP prints in 2013-14 and 2014-15 are driven more by "statistical factors" after India released a new GDP series on January 30 rather than a pick-up on the ground. "We revise up our FY16 GDP growth ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago

Rajan rues data holes in gauging economy’s pace

India’s economy surged a year ago. Or it grew only a little. It depends which set of economic data you look at, and for central bank governor Raghuram Rajan, that’s a complication as he judges whether to lower interest rates again. A faster pace of growth ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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