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Additional I-T from black money conversion will help meet fisc...

Bank of America Merrill Lynch's economist Indranil Sen Gupta expects the government to raise additional income-tax to the tune of 0.7 per cent of GDP from the black money that converts into bank deposits. This should allow the Finance Minister to ... Hindu Business Line, 6 days ago

‘Window of opportunity to cut rates is now’

Will enable banks to pass on the benefits to borrowers; we expect a 25-bps cut: Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Indranil Sen Gupta
 Business Line2 months ago

Economists cut GDP growth forecasts

Although GDP growth in the second quarter was higher at 7.3 per cent compared to 7.1 per cent in the first quarter, economists are not impressed and think the recovery has been shallow. Further, they expect GDP to shrink in the third quarter owing ...
 Hindu Business Line5 days ago Economists, too, cut GDP growth forecasts  Hindu Business Line4 days ago

CRR effect: Even as public pours in cash, banks scramble to manage liquidity

RBI on Monday conducted an unprecedented level of liquidity infusion to the tune of Rs 3.3 lakh crore, in which banks bid for as much as Rs 4.5 lakh crore. The central bank said it would conduct a liquidity infusion auction of Rs 1 lakh crore on Tuesday as well, to help banks tide over the liquidity crisis. Upset by the Reserve Bank of India’s decision to charge the entire deposits that banks collected between September 16 and November 11 as a reserve requirement, bankers have said they ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago After RBI's CRR spanner, banks can't cut lending rates as much as expected  Business Standard India1 week ago Loans to remain costly on RBI's CRR mandate  Smart Investor1 week ago CRR hurdle for lending rate cut  Smart Investor1 week ago

Banks slide on RBI deposit move

On expected lines, most banking stocks fell hugely on Monday opening, courtesy the frenzy due to Reserve Bank of India's (RBI)'s move to increase the cash reserve ratio (CRR) for banks to 100 per cent on Saturday. The move is only for deposits ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago
DNA India

Morgan Stanley, BofA-ML lower India's GDP estimate

Morgan Stanley and Bank of America Merill Lynch have revised downwards their growth estimate for India in the post demonetized economy. The government's move to suck out nearly 86% currency from the economy, in value terms, by decommissioning the ...
 DNA India1 week ago
Economic & India Times

Modi's cash drive could push India behind China, warn experts

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI: The scrapping of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, which comprised about 86% of all cash in circulation, will put a dent in India's growth. How big is a matter of speculation — some analysts pegged the setback at a few tenths of a ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Demonetisation: Analysts warn of speed bumps before GDP growth rebound  Times of India2 weeks ago Currency Ban: Analysts warn of speed bumps before GDP growth rebound  Economic & India Times Auto.com2 weeks ago

Demonetisation: Brokerage, rating firms see India's GDP growth taking hit in next few quarters

The cash crunch arising out of demonetisation is expected to paralyse economic activity in the short-term, and the 2017-18 GDP growth is likely to take a hit, analysts said. According to a report by Ambit Capital, GDP growth is likely to ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago

Modi's demonetisation will speed up rate cuts, not growth

Note ban demonetisation consumption economy interest rate RBI Narendra Modi Will Modi spring a surprise to win back the hearts of 1.2 billion Indians by stepping up public spending and distributing the black money to the aam admi? New ...
 BTVI.in2 weeks ago

DLF 2016: Highlights of cultural segments

SPIRITUAL SONGS Neda Shakiba will chant and recite, in the tradition of the Baháí community of Bangladesh, the words of God prescribed onto mankind in five languages including Bengali, English, Farsi, Arabic and Hindi. THE SAINTS OF SIN ...
 Dhaka Tribune2 weeks ago
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