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$1 trillion forex reserves in India: A pipe dream
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$1 trillion forex reserves in India: A pipe dream

India’s foreign exchange reserves, already at an all-time high, are growing at a brisk pace.  From $275 billion on September 6, 2013, when the currency crisis was at its peak, the next 18 months saw reserves increasing by $66 billion to $341.4 billion on March 27, 2015.  The rupee had hit its nadir on August 28, 2013 — 68.83 a dollar. Since then, it has appreciated nine per cent.  The fortunes of the currency and reserves have changed, initially due to a few bold and ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

Campaign on to cancel part of Nepal's foreign debt

NEW DELHI: Multinational lenders like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund can help Nepal rebuild and recover from two devastating earthquakes by cancelling some of its almost $4 billion foreign debt, campaigners said today. The impoverished ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago
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India's infrastructure sector needs $1-trillion booster in next 5-7 years: Vikas Khemani & Stephen Gallagher

If there’s one thing that can have a transformational impact on the country, it is infrastructure. But given the broken balance sheet and the limited fiscal room, the government has to kick off investment. The need of the hour is innovative financing. Vikas Khemani, president and CEO, Edelweiss Securities along with Stephen Gallagher, managing director - international mergers & acquisitions, Wells Fargo Securities on the sidelines of the Edelweiss Alternative Financing-Infrastructure ...
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Markets end flat amid volatility; bluechips put up a good show

Analysts say that the markets may remain under pressure till the Sensex doesn’t move back move 27,000-27,150 levels. Markets ended marginally lower amid volatility extending the fall for fourth straight day dragged by metal and auto shares. However, value buying in financials and index heavyweight Reliance Industries helped cap the downside. The 30-share Sensex closed lower by 23.78 points at 26,813.42 and the 50-share Nifty slipped 4.45 points at 8,130.65. According to KK Mittal, ...
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Foreign loan limit on airlines likely to be lifted

The civil aviation ministry has sought approval of the finance ministry to increase the $300-million cap for raising of foreign funds for working capital requirements by individual airline companies. This follows a request from Jet Airways. It wishes to raise more funds for this need through external commercial borrowing, government sources said. These are commercial loans taken by companies from non-resident lenders. The cap for a scheduled airline is $300 mn and the aviation sector as a whole ...
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Sensex ends in green amid volatility; FMCG gains, metals slip

A rebound in late trades led by bank shares helped markets end higher. Benchmark share indices pared intra-day losses to end higher on Tuesday amid a rebound in late trades led by Infosys and bank shares. The S&P BSE Sensex ended the session at 26,686 levels, up by 100 points or 0.38% while the CNX Nifty reclaimed 8,000 levels and ended the session at 8,047 levels, up by 33 points or 0.14 %. The broader markets also ended in sync with the larger peers with BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices up ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Markets end weak ahead of F&O expiry; FMCG, metals shine  Rediff.com2 months ago Sensex ends shy of 28K; metals gain, auto stocks slip  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Sensex extends losses for 6th straight session; IT, pharma drag

Sensex, Nifty in weak territory on unfavourable cues from global markets. The benchmark Sensex extended losses for the sixth straight day weighed down by export-led pharma and IT shares along with select index heavyweights. S&P BSE Sensex ended at 26,481 down by 42 points or 0.16% while the CNX Nifty was able to maintain its crucial level of 8,000 at 8,022 down by 22 points or 0.27%. The broader markets, however, underperformed their larger counterparts with BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices ...
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Sensex tanks 630 points; land, tax reform worries hurt sentiment

The 30-share Sensex closed down 630 points at 26,877 and the 50-share Nifty ended down 198 points at 8,127. B enchmark indices snapped the gaining streak witnessed during the last two sessions dragged primarily by the heavy selling pressure seen on metals, fincancials and capital goods stocks as traders exercised caution ahead of the release of IIP and CPI data and global cues turned weak on concerns over lack of a clear progress in the talks between Greece and its creditors. Further ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Sensex at six-week closing high; RIL, L&T top gainers  Rediff.com2 months ago RBI policy fails to cheer markets; Sensex ends flat  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Current account deficit may decline to 0.9% of GDP

The current account deficit for 2014-15 is expected to narrow down further to 0.9 per cent of gross domestic product because of subdued external demand and cooling commodity prices, a report said on Tuesday. According to the research report by leading public sector lender State Bank of India, CAD is expected to narrow down further to below $24 billion (0.9 per cent of GDP) in 2014-15. Going forward, the upturn in global demand is not visible in any near future and 2015-16 may also see the CAD ...
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Rahul@'kisan rally': PM paying back industrialists who helped him

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi addresses the large gathering during the farmers rally at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi. Photograph: PTI Congress top brass on Sunday launched an all-out attack on the government with uits vice-president Rahul Gandhi declaring that he would be in the vanguard against any move to hurt farmers' interests and accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of bringing the land bill to ‘pay back huge loans’ taken from corporates in the Lok Sabha polls. While ...
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