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Reuters poll: Major US tax cuts not likely this year - economists
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Reuters poll: Major U.S. tax cuts not likely this year - econo...

By Indradip Ghosh and Rahul Karunakar BENGALURU (Reuters) - U.S. Republicans are not expected to push major tax cuts through Congress this year, according to a majority of economists in a Reuters poll, who in any case were skeptical that the legislation would ... Sify, 3 days ago

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DNA, 5 months ago
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No authentic data on job loss post demonetisation and GST: FM

New Delhi: The country is on a strong stand, and economic fundamentals are strong too, opined the Finance Minister as he addressed a press conference from Delhi. While the FM's critics have argued that demonetisation and GST resulted in an economic slowdown, ...
 Sify4 weeks ago
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Demonetisation: Economy shaken, GDP hurt, trust in govt undermined

New Delhi: While the immediate impact of demonetisation was seen in the long queues outside ATMs and felt through acute cash shortage, its anniversary is an appropriate vantage point to assess the less visible and generalised effect on the economy of what was ...
 Sify4 weeks ago
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5 things to do to tackle NPAs

For stressed loans, the need is to prevent disruption in cash flows from a systemic perspective, conserving employment and assets in untainted enterprises with the potential for recovery, says Shyam Ponappa. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com An aspect of financial services often overlooked is that they serve as second-order infrastructure, essential for commerce, industry, and daily living. A disruption in the financial sector slows everything by cutting productivity.   Other reasons ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Things will get worse before they become better

We should brace ourselves for more bad news in the coming quarters -- on economic output and growth, strains on fiscal deficit, export slowdown, small and micro enterprises in distress, and further accumulation of NPAs in the banking sector, says Rahul Khullar. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Bad economic news has been pouring since last year. The finance minister bravely averred that such news should be discounted. The spin’s not working. A sudden volte-face, and now the government ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

5 sectors that impact rural economy

Post DeMo and GST rollout, wage rise, good monsoon and farm loan waiver are expected to provide the base for pushing growth across regions There was wide disparity in brand awareness and decision making criteria with regard to pesticide purchases among ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Capital infusion will boost market sentiment

Nirupama Soundararajan DemonEtisation and GST have been touted as disruptive reforms and like any disruptive reform, it has affected economic growth. In most cases the slowdown in growth is temporary, one that recovers within one or two quarters. To that ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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RBI's most teething problem: Controlling inflation

A combination of farm loan debt waivers by state governments and the implementation of the pay commission award could entail some fiscal slippages and pose a risk to inflation The minutes of the meeting of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI)’s monetary policy committee showed an unease among the six-member panel on rising inflation, which prompted them to exercise a rate pause, even as one member voted for a cut. The October 4 policy meeting had left the repo rate unchanged at 6 per cent.
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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The dud of a stink bomb

By castigating the reforms themselves because of the remediable and reversible defaults here and there in carrying them out, Yashwant Sinha is throwing out the baby along with the bath water, says B S Raghavan.   IMAGE: A file photograph of Yashwant Sinha and Arun Jaitley.Photograph: Subhav Shukla/PTI Photo. Veteran BJP stalwart, and a former finance minister to boot, Yashwant Sinha, has thrown a veritable stink bomb at both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Sensex Down Over 145 Points; FMCG Stocks Witness Losses

Posted by Equitymaster After opening the day on a flat note, Indian share markets witnessed selling pressure on the back of North Korea tensions. Sectoral indices are trading on a mixed note with stocks from the FMCG sector and the banking sector witnessing ...
 Equitymaster.com1 month ago Indian Indices Trade Marginally Higher; Energy Stocks Witness Buying  Equitymaster.com2 months ago
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