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IMF sees Brexit shaving 2017 euro zone growth to 1.4 percent
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IMF sees Brexit shaving 2017 euro zone growth to 1.4 percent

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Uncertainties caused by Britain's vote to leave the European Union will cause euro zone economic growth to decelerate to 1.4 percent in 2017 from 1.6 percent this year, and downside risks are piling up, the International Monetary Fund ... Sify, 2 weeks ago

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Good, bad, risky: Global economic outlook remains problematic

The advanced economies have been experiencing their longest period of slow growth in many decades. A great deal has been written in recent months about how current political trends in many advanced countries -- anti-immigration, anti-globalisation and even anti-trade -- have to do with the frustration felt by ordinary people who have not seen their economic prospects improve in recent years, even as the rich have prospered. But if you look at the detailed statistics put out along with the ...
 Rediff.com21 hours ago Global economy: Good, bad and risky  Rediff.com1 week ago

Letters: Growth with a caveat

This is with reference to A V Rajwade's column "Central bank independence" (July 28). That economic growth should get precedence over inflation is good logic, but we should add some caveats in the Indian context. The benefit of growth should be ...
 Business Standard14 hours ago
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Panagariya hopeful of 8% growth this fiscal

NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya on Wednesday said that he was hopeful of an 8% economic growth by March 2017, if monsoon remains good and farm sector growth is robust. "I am very optimistic, particularly encouraged by the monsoon. The monsoon will ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago UPA-II policies hurt economic growth: NITI Aayog vice-chairman  HT Syndication2 weeks ago Add more experts to government, says Niti Aayog's Arvind Panagariya  DNA2 hours ago
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G20 will use "all policy tools" to lift growth as Brexit weighs

By William Schomberg and Elias Glenn CHENGDU, China (Reuters) - The world's biggest economies will work to support global growth and better share the benefits of trade, policymakers said on Sunday after a meeting dominated by the impact of Britain's exit from ...
 Sify4 days ago More needs to be done to achieve balanced growth - G20 draft communique  Sify5 days ago G20 nations must boost coordination, redouble efforts to support growth  Reuters5 days ago G20 nations pledge to bolster defences against Brexit headwinds  Sify5 days ago
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'Don't bank on China alone for global growth'

Chinese Premier Premier Li Keqiang said world economic recovery should not be driven by mainly China, but in concert with many countries. The world should not pin its hopes on China to be the sole engine of growth, Premier Li Keqiang said on Friday, underlining that his country cannot shoulder major responsibilities of the world economy post Brexit downturn. "China is still a developing country. We cannot shoulder the major responsibilities of the world economy," Li said at a rare round ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago China's Premier says world should step up economic policy coordination  Sify6 days ago U.S. warns at WTO of China backsliding on economic openness  Business Standard1 week ago China's Premier Li says China maintained sound economic growth in Q2  Nasdaq2 weeks ago
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Stimulus measures keep China's economic growth on track, but worries remain

BEIJING -- China's economic growth rate of 6.7% in the second quarter slightly beat market expectations, suggesting the world's second largest economy may be stabilizing because of government stimulus measures. But economists remain cautious about ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 week ago China GDP Growth Stabilizes In Q2  HT Syndication2 weeks ago Stimulus Helps China Maintain Economic Growth  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 weeks ago Behind China's GDP Growth: By the Numbers  Tasmania Mercury2 weeks ago
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Indias growth will be 7.6% in 2016-17

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), in its World Economic Outlook (WEO), published in July 2016, has projected that India will grow by 7.4 per cent in 2016-17, which would be one of the highest growth among the major world economies.
 India Infoline5 days ago IMF flags decelerating pace of reforms in India  Rediff.com4 days ago IMF cuts India's growth projections slightly  Business Standard1 week ago IMF trims India's GDP to 7.4% for 2016-17  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Lael Brainard, donning a global lens, champions low rates at US Fed

Lael Brainard, Fed governor, has pressed the case that low rates are important for domestic economic growth and for global stability
 Business Standard2 days ago
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India needs to be careful with inflation targeting - former RBI chief Subbarao

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India should avoid fixating on an inflation target given the need to ensure economic growth and financial stability, former central bank governor Duvvuri Subbarao warned on Tuesday.
 Business Standard2 days ago
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