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Note ban impact: India loses fastest-growing economy tag
Business Line

Demonetisation effect: IMF cuts India FY17 GDP forecast to 6.6...

A full percentage point downgrade against earlier estimate of 7.6%; FY18 outlook slashed to 7.2%. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday downgraded India's growth forecast for the year by a full percentage point to 6.6 per cent on the back ... Indian Express, 2 hours ago
Note ban to cost India fastest growing crown Business Standard, 10 hours ago

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New Age Bangladesh

After World Bank, IMF slashes India's growth to 6.6% in FY17

The IMF today cut India's growth rate for the current fiscal year to 6.6% from its previous estimate of 7.6% due to the temporary negative consumption shock of demonetisation, days after the World Bank also decelerated India's growth estimates. In ...
 Chandigarh Tribune4 hours ago WB retains lower GDP growth projection at 6.8pc for FY17  New Age Bangladesh5 days ago World Bank says demonetisation weighed on Q3 of FY17, lowers India's growth forecast  Business Insider India5 days ago World Bank joins India economic growth forecast chorus; pares FY17 estimate to 7% from 7.6%  Financial Express5 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

India likely to achieve its fiscal deficit target of 3.5% in FY17: Moody's

NEW DELHI: The government is likely to achieve its fiscal deficit target of 3.5 per cent of GDP in the current fiscal but higher infrastructure spending will limit the room to reduce it further to 3 per cent in 2017-18, Moody's said on Monday. ...
 Economic & India Times Auto.com14 hours ago GOVT MAY STICK TO 3.5 PER CENT FISCAL DEFICIT TARGET FOR FY17 : Report  4 Traders3 days ago Govt may stick to 3.5% fiscal deficit target for FY17: Report  Business Standard6 days ago Government may stick to 3.5% fiscal deficit target for FY17: Report  Indian Express6 days ago

India's fuel consumption likely to hit its highest in last 16 years in FY17

MUMBAI: India's fuel consumption is likely to hit 200 million tonnes in 2016/17, an oil ministry executive said on Monday, in what would be the highest such level in at least 16 years. "Demand for petroleum products is increasing as the economy ...
 Economic & India Times Auto.com11 hours ago India fuel consumption to hit 200 million tonnes in FY17: oil ministry  Livemint.com16 hours ago
MSN India

Govt set to achieve deficit target

The Centre will very comfortably meet its FY17 fiscal deficit target of 3.5% of the gross domestic product (GDP) thanks to buoyant tax receipts, likely boosted further by the two income disclosure schemes announced in the year. However, it could set a fiscal ...
 MSN India19 hours ago Fiscal deficit target: Narendra Modi govt set to achieve 3.54% target easily over buoyant tax receipts  Financial Express1 day ago

Card based transaction up by 90% Q3 FY17: Ind-Ra

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. India, Jan. 16 -- India Ratings and Research (Ind- Ra) has said that post demonetisation, the card based transactions has risen up to 90 per cent of total sales ...
 HT Syndication15 hours ago Post notes ban, card transactions shot up by 90 per cent Q3 FY17: Study  India.com3 days ago Shift from unorganised to organised retail  The Financial Chronicle1 day ago Demonetisation Triggers Shift from Unorganised to Organised Retail, Card Transactions rise upto 90% of Total Sales in Q3FY17  Business Standard17 hours ago

See 10-12% FY18 earnings growth, FY17 may be hit: Credit Suisse

If corporate spending in the US increases on account of factors like taxes, Indian IT companies will benefit, said Neelkanth Mishra of Credit Suisse.
 Money Control20 hours ago See single-digit earnings growth in FY17; like IT: Motilal Oswal  Money Control1 week ago See 20% earnings growth led by financials in FY18: DSP BlackRock  Money Control1 week ago Kotak MF trims earnings growth to single-digits for FY17  Money Control3 weeks ago
DNA India

Sensex, Nifty may trend lower; IT stocks, Reliance in focus

Analysts said that Q3 FY17 earnings from blue-chip companies are set to be the next big trigger for the markets.Among major earnings this week, Reliance Industries, Axis Bank and Adani Power would announce quarterly results.
 Money Control21 hours ago Budget expectations, Q3 results to drive markets this week  DNA India21 hours ago Market to focus on Q3 results, Budget expectations this week  Business Standard1 day ago

D-Street upbeat on strong Q3 FY17 numbers of DHFL, LICHFL

India's two housing finance majors, Dewan Housing Finance Ltd and LIC Housing Ltd on Monday witnessed an aggressive surge in trade since both the entities reported very impressive Q3 results. Apparently, the fear of demonetisation's after effect on both the ...
 India Infoline13 hours ago LIC Housing Finance : D-Street upbeat on strong Q3 FY17 numbers of DHFL, LICHFL  4 Traders9 hours ago

Indag Rubber's 9M FY17 highlights

The Khemka Group promoted, Indag Rubber had a remarkable nine quarters. On the financial front the company posted remarkable numbers in 9M FY17. Revenue of the company stands at Rs 139.3 crore. EBITDA too has come in strong at 25.7 crore. PAT in these nine ...
 India Infoline15 hours ago
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