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Consolidated deficit came down to 6.5% in FY15

Consolidated deficit came down to 6.5% in FY15

Consolidated deficit came down to 6.5 per cent in FY15 from a peak of 9.9 per cent in FY09, through expenditure control, it added. On pricing parameters, he noted that WPI remains in a deflation mode for the 16th consecutive month in February while ..., 2 months ago

CAD data shows slowdown in remittance flow, services exports

While India's current account deficit narrowed to $7.1 billion, or 1.3 per cent of GDP, in the December quarter of 2015 from $8.7 billion, or 1.7 per cent of GDP, in the September quarter, the official data print sent out mixed signals. And one area ...
 India Infoline2 months ago

It's time to re-imagine the aviation sector

Airlines are also in poor health, having lost more than $10 billion since FY09 with Air India being the biggest culprit, making up approximately 60% of this loss To the casual observer, it would seem that the aviation sector in India is doing well.
 Livemint.com2 months ago

Juggling Blue Label's many balls

The company's move to leverage its distribution channel is paying off — its interim period to end-November is the first time it has grown revenue by more than 20% since FY09. Until last year it managed only low single-digit growth figures. The ... day ago

World Bank Botswana Country Partnership Framework 2016-20

This document details the scope and the main elements of the Country Partnership Framework (CPF) with the Republic of Botswana for FY16-20. The previous Country Partnership Strategy (CPS), considered by the Board on May 21, 2009 and completed in ...
 Tralac1 day ago

Is the worst behind Axis Bank post disclosure?

Some of the private sector banks are increasingly looking like public sector ones. After ICICI Bank declared that Rs 44,000 crore are at risk of turning toxic, it was the turn of Axis Bank to declare that it was monitoring Rs 22,600 crore worth of ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago
Business Insider

You shouldn't worry about the government's $19 trillion of debt

Justin Sullivan/The national debt in clock-like form. The US government has a lot of debt, about $19 trillion of it. That's a huge, intimidating number on the face of it, but according to Scott Brown of Raymond James, it's also not a serious ...
 Business Insider3 weeks ago The US government's $19 trillion debt isn't a problem  Business Insider Australia1 month ago

India Metals & Minerals Industry Report - 2014

1 of 4 The Outlook for Metals and Mineral Sector Looks Stable in the Near-Term Because of a Demand Uptick and Decline in Inflation This report profiles India's metals and minerals industry, discussing market trends and outlook through 2015 ...
 Research and Markets4 weeks ago

Budget Deficit Fears

Just when you thought all the fear-mongering had subsided, the national debt has resurfaced as a topic in this year's presidential race. Yes, the deficit is large. No, it is not a problem. However, there some concerns about the longer run. The ...
 Advisor Perspectives4 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Rural themes to get a monsoon boost

Listed rural plays were among the highest gainers on the bourses after the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) and Skymet, a non-government weather forecaster, predicted an above normal monsoon for 2016. The positive sentiments that followed the ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago
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