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Relation between household savings and the current account

Relation between household savings and the current account

The consolidated public sector is regarded as the primary driver of high current account deficit (CAD) in India over FY09-FY13. Our study shows that while the government was responsible for high CAD initially (FY09-FY10), households were behind ..., 1 month ago

Why Ambit Capital has got it wrong

Ambit Capital Research has got it wrong. Private corporate sector has pulled plug on capital expenditure not because they want to engineer a slowdown but their balance sheet doesn't permit them to invest in big ticket-projects anymore. The recent ...
 Smart Investor3 days ago

KLK - 1H Hit by Weak Plantation Earnings

Results Below expectations. 1HFY09/15 core net profit of RM394.8m (-33.2%) came in below expectations, accounted for only 38.6% and 40.4% of consensus and our full-year forecasts. Deviations Weaker-than-expected average CPO price realized ...
 Klse I3investor.com4 days ago
Financial Express Bangladesh

Growth persistent: How to reduce unemployment, income inequality?

The state of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is no doubt the key indicator to measure the performance of an economy. For the last few months, this is clearly reflected in discussions and discourses on the growth of the economy in the current fiscal ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh4 days ago

Tomypak Holdings - Resilient Business Model

Our positive view on Tomypack is premised on lower raw material prices, improvements in efficiency, higher production capacity and resilient demand in the food and beverage industry . We derive aMYR2.17 TP (13.5x FY16F P/E, 17% upside) which implies ...
 Klse I3investor.com6 days ago

Expect another 50-bps rate cut this fiscal: Amit Tripathi

Amit Tripathi, CIO, fixed-income investments, Reliance Capital Asset Management, expects the RBI to cut rates by another 50 bps by the end of this financial year. Excerpts from an interview with Chirag Madia: What is your view on interest rates? ...
 Financial Express6 days ago

Can PEs promote Crompton?

At a time when its power and industrial systems operations were a drag on the company, the announcement by Thapar group-owned Crompton Greaves last year to de-merge its flagship consumer products space was seen as precursor to the promoter exiting ...
 Financial Express1 week ago

Nordstrom Sticks to Pattern of Rewarding Longs Off Earnings-Driven After-Hours Moves

Looking deeper into the data, the stock has reacted to earnings news with gains in 13 quarters, extending that move eight times, or 62% of the time. On the bearish side, the stock has reacted to earnings news with downward share moves 20 times, ...
 Nasdaq1 week ago

2-wheeler sector outlook tepid but Eicher still best bet

Though risk-reward ratio for two-wheeler is reasonable, Deutsche Bank feels its near-term outlook remains weak. The brokerage is cautious on the sector and is concerned that the recent underperformance of two-wheeler stocks indicates that market ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago

Egypt to Remain Dependent on Imports

According to the recently published report, Egypt Agribusiness Report Q4 2010, from Research and Markets, Egypt remains dependent on imports to meet demand in almost all agricultural sectors. In order to increase its longer-term food security, the ...
 The Poultry Site2 weeks ago
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