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Relation between household savings and the current account
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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 ... Livemint.com, 1 week ago

MIAL can contribute $10bn or 4% of Maharashtra GDP by FY23: Report

MUMBAI: GVK-managed Mumbai International Airport (MIAL) can contribute 4.02 per cent of Maharashtra State GDP by FY23, or USD 10 billion in both direct and indirect revenue, a leading economic think-tank has said. "MIAL is predicted to generate as ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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Retail lending to re-emerge as a priority for banks

A big part of household investment goes to residential construction and other physical assets. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint The drop in lending by banks to the corporate sector (which has halved in financial year, or FY, 2015 from FY14) because ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago

Editorial: Make haste carefully

Given the excitement over the Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT) and the possibility that, with capital controls relaxed in it and similar international financial centres, India could win back part of the markets that had been off-shored, ...
 Financial Express1 week ago

Column: Infra's balance-sheet constraints

Large infrastructure projects, stuck for various reasons in the past few years, haven't taken off despite quickened clearances. This is contrary to what was expected: The belief was that once the key obstruction points like environment, land ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago
Financial Express

Data cafe: Lacking credit

Bank credit growth is seen as a leading indicator of growth in the economy, and ideally it should be ahead of the growth in the nominal GDP. But in FY15, for the first time since FY97, non-food credit growth will be lower than India's economic ...
 Financial Express1 month ago

India Inc's global borrowings mount

India Inc's dollar exposure continues to grow at a fast clip. At the end of September 2014, companies owed around $ 161 billion to foreign lenders, up nearly 10 per cent from March 2014, according to govt data. In all, corporates made additional ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

Rocketing Returns

Home > Business Officer Magazine > Current Issue > March 2015 > With multiple indicators suggesting an economy in true rebound from the recession, the markets continue to track a steep trajectory. The 2014 NACUBO-Commonfund Study of Endowments ...
 NACU Business Officers1 month ago
LNG Industry

Pakistan: an emerging LNG import market

Pakistan is the sixth most populous country in the world, with a population of 186 million in 2014. The connection between growth and inflation is a well documented phenomenon in global economic statistics. Table 1 shows the inflation and gross ...
 LNG Industry1 month ago

Anchor Capital: Essential market review, 4 March

By Anchor Capital Click here to view this Anchor Capital review as a PDF Rand hedges and resources fuel the local bourse in February February was a record month for global markets as investors seemed to ignore geopolitical concerns (ISS in ...
 BizNews.com1 month ago
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