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Sensex surges 266 pts tracking global cues after US Fed keeps rates steady
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U.K. Current-Account Deficit Widens; GDP Growth Revised Up

The U.K. current-account deficit widened in the second quarter as the trade gap hit a 2 1/2-year high and Britain continued to record heavy outflows of investment income. The difference between money coming into the U.K. and money sent out was ... Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide, 14 hours ago
No CAD comfort SME Times, 4 days ago
CAD likely to be at 0.4% in FY'17: Nomura The Financial Chronicle, 1 week ago
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Forbes India

Are Higher Oil Prices on Deck?

GDP Unemployment Interest Rates Inflation Business Spending Energy Housing Retail Sales Trade Deficit GDP 1.4% growth for the year; a 2% pace in '17 More » Jobs Hiring at 150K-200K/month through '16 More » Interest rates 10-year T-notes at 1.4% by ...
 Kiplinger17 hours ago Economy on strong wicket, may grow at 7.5%: Aditya Puri  Money Control1 week ago The Indian economy is being powered by a single engine-domestic consumption  Forbes India1 week ago Watch: The Economy Hub: GDP reaction  New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago
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DNA

India's external debt declines 1.1% in Q1 of FY2017

External debt to GDP ratio stood at 23.4% as at end-June 2016
 Business Standard22 hours ago Fitch: Mozambique's debt/GDP ratio to increase 60% this year, highest ...  Club of Mozambique9 hours ago RBI cautions against ignoring bank finance for bonds  DNA3 days ago India's external debt lowers to USD 479 bn at end-June  News24online6 hours ago
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Atlanta Fed Trims 3rd-quarter Economic Growth Forecast to 2.4 Percent

The U.S. economy is on track to grow at a 2.4 percent annualized rate in the third quarter, the Atlanta Federal Reserve's GDP Now forecast model showed on Friday, following the latest data on inventories, trade and consumer spending this week. ...
 NewsMax.com17 hours ago Atlanta Fed trims U.S. third-quarter growth forecast to 2.4 percent  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide16 hours ago Atlanta Fed downgrades U.S. third-quarter GDP view to 3.0 percent  Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland2 weeks ago Atlanta Fed downgrades US third-quarter GDP view to 3.0 percent  Channel NewsAsia2 weeks ago
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Bloomberg TV Canada

Canadian GDP rises 0.5 percent in July

According to Statistics Canada, real gross domestic product grew 0.5 percent in July, led by higher output in the mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction sector. The rise in July followed a 0.6 percent increase in June, which had essentially ...
 SteelOrbis15 hours ago Household fin savings at 5-yr high, set to grow further in FY17  Money Control1 week ago Canada's Household Debt Burden Is Now Bigger Than Its GDP  Bloomberg2 weeks ago Canada's Debt Problem Worsens: Household Debt Eclipses GDP for First Time  Before It's News2 weeks ago
Chronicle of Higher Education

GDP's Wicked Spell

Most important political debates today happen in a bubble defined by a common assumption: Economic growth is good. More than good, it is essential. Economic health, success of governments, importance of education, meaning of life, the very idea of ...
 Chronicle of Higher Education4 hours ago What do India's GDP numbers tell us?  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Expect 8 pc GDP growth in FY17 on back of good monsoon: Das  Business Standard1 month ago Expect 8% GDP growth in FY17 on back of good monsoon: Das  Money Control1 month ago
First Post.com

WTO puts across a strong message about gloomy global trade but is anybody listening?

This will be the first time in 15 years, the WTO says, that the ratio between trade growth and world GDP has fallen below 1:1; it will be around 1:0.8 The post WTO puts across a strong message about gloomy global trade but is anybody listening? appeared first ...
 First Post.com2 days ago WTO dramatically cuts 2016 global trade growth forecast  Rediff.com4 days ago

'GDP to bank credit growth link weakening due to alternatives'

Historical correlation between GDP growth and banks' credit expansion is fast eroding due to proliferation of other institutions, and lenders will have to make a slew of changes to regain their share, Reserve Bank Deputy Governor S S Mundra today ...
 Business Standard3 days ago A 3% boost to GDP from blockchain? It's a real possibility  World Economic Forum2 weeks ago
DNA

GDP growth to top 8 pc on rains, reforms: Panagariya

A good monsoon, reforms and timely decision making at the Centre will definitely push India's growth beyond the 8 per cent mark in subsequent quarters of this fiscal, Niti Aayog Vice-Chairman Arvind Panagariya has said. "I am confident that it (GDP ...
 Business Standard6 days ago GDP growth to top 8% on rains, reforms: Arvind Panagariya  DNA6 days ago

Kalahandi mirror

We claim to be the fastest growing economy in the world in terms of GDP, one of the highest FDI receiving destinations of the world, and home to entrepreneurs who are among the worlds richest. We have also attempted a space mission to Mars successfully.
 The Hindu5 days ago
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