The low return environment that India seems trapped in may get a breather in 2017 thanks to better equity valuations, the bottoming of the growth cycle (disrupted temporarily by demonetisation) and higher correlations with world equities on which we ... Financial Express, 5 days ago
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NEW DELHI Rather than highlighting how far India's economy has come under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pro-growth administration, future outlook of India's economy is headed for a deceleration shock. Expansion probably accelerated to 7.5 ...Link, 6 days ago Q2 GDP growth at 7.3% but PM Modi's demonetisation clouds future outlook Economic Times, 1 week ago Modi's cash ban a hit or flop? We'll know tomorrow Economic Times, 1 week ago Modi Cash Shock Seen Tripping Up India's Accelerating Economy La Repubblica, 1 week ago
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MUMBAI: American Morgan Stanley has lowered its growth forecast for FY17 to 7.3% from 7.7% earlier on account of currency replacement programme. But it expects investments and capacity expansion in 2018 after a gap of six years of weak trend. We ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Asia's Best Bonds Boosted as Morgan Stanley Sees More Cuts Bloomberg, 2 months ago Asia's Best Bond Rally Boosted as Morgan Stanley Sees More Cuts La Repubblica, 2 months ago
Equities with large foreign portfolio investor (FPI) holdings could stay under pressure till the US Federal Reserve meeting next month. FPIs have accelerated their selling in emerging markets after Trump’s upset win in the US, and selling may go on until ...The Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
IMAGE: Hiraba Modi, the prime minister's mother, after she exchanged Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 at a Gandhinagar bank. Demonetisation: Real estate resale market hits a wall Activity in the sale and purchase as well as the rental segments has suddenly come to a standstill reports Raghavendra Kamath and Karan Choudhury. Manjeet Singh, a mid-level property dealer in South Delhi, has been thinking of changing his line of work. From making Rs 30,000 to Rs 100,000 in a week, Singh has not been able ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago Rs 1,000 & Rs 500 note exchange: 20 per cent no show may lead to Rs 3 lakh crore black money destruction Indian Express, 1 month ago
According to stock exchanges, top-10 consumption-related companies have lost more than Rs 1.5 lakh cr of market value in the past four sessions Hold consumption-related stocks for long term Demonetisation punctures consumption stocks Be selective in ...Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago
Even as most leading brokerages view the government's decision to ban Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes as positive from a medium-term perspective, the short-term impact will be negative for most pockets in the economy. As a result, performance of India Inc ...Smart Investor, 4 weeks ago How demonetisation affects India Inc Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
India's government has set out the structure of its long-awaited goods and services (GST) tax, but economists are divided on whether opting for multiple rates is a winner or not. Morgan Stanley economists Upasana Chachra, Chetan Ahya and Aayushi ...CNBC, 1 month ago
Friday was one of those days where you walk away from the screen for a minute and come back to find a completely different market. All it took was the FBI finding a trove of new Clinton emails, thus breathing new life into the Trump campaign and ...Safe Haven, 1 month ago Don't Sweat The Election…As The Next Crisis Is Already Baked Into The Cake Gold-Eagle, 1 month ago Don't Sweat The Election - The Next Crisis Is Already Baked Into The Cake Seeking Alpha, 1 month ago
(Before It's News) While concerns about China's debt load, capital flows, and depreciating currency have been pushed to the backburner in recent months, perhaps facilitated by a welcome rebound in global inflation perceived by markets and global ...Before It's News, 1 month ago "China's Debt Has Grown $4.5 Trillion In Past 12 Months, More Than The US, Japan And Europe Combined" FreeRealTime.com, 1 month ago
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