By Madan Sabnavis The Indian economy is poised for a takeoff from FY18 onwards on the foundations being laid in FY17. The major stumbling block of low consumer demand and infrastructure development, which has inhibited growth in the past, seems to ... Economic Times, 1 week ago
Demonetisation: Government must step in to counter dip in demand - Economic & India Times Auto.com, 1 week ago
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In a chat with , Mythili Bhusnurmath, Consulting Editor, and Madan Sabnavis, Chief Economist, CARE Ratings, discuss macro cues and the effect of deminetisation on Indian economy. Edited excerpts The general ideas is with demonetisation, the ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago View: It's time to bring back the widely-traded chana futures Economic Times, 1 month ago Commodity options are here, but not many players likely Economic Times, 1 month ago CPI number key for RBI in deciding policy move: Care Ratings Money Control, 2 months ago
Neither RBI nor the government has claimed this to be the logical conclusion, though there have been statements made that there will be a transfer of money from the private to the public sector. An issue being debated related to the demonetisation ...Financial Express, 2 weeks ago
By Madan Sabnavis One of the objectives of central banks is to move people away from holding cash to the plastic or virtual world where it becomes easy to monitor the source of transaction. To this extent, governments are first trying to link all ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
This is with reference to Our external account looks gloomy by Madan Sabnavis (September 26). Foreign exchange reserves are bound to rise when economic activity is brisk but at this moment, activity is slow. Indias capital account cannot be isolated from the ...Business Line, 2 months ago
Urjit Patel, Reserve Bank of India Governor, on Wednesday debunked speculation that the central bank will pay a big dividend to the government in terms of old notes that are not deposited into the banking system. The speculation has been based on ...NDTV Profit, 1 day ago 'No Windfall For Government From Undeposited Old Notes' NDTV Profit, 16 hours ago
Banks may be flush with cash after demonetisation pushed people to deposit old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes into bank accounts, but it has also compounded problems. Banks, already operating on wafer-thin margins, are expected to take a hit on their ...Hindustan Times, 1 day ago Over Rs 12.6 lakh crore comes back to banks The Financial Chronicle, 2 days ago Banks won't be reducing rates soon Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago As liquidity rises, banks expect lending rates to come down Hindu Business Line, 4 weeks ago
Mumbai: State Bank of India (SBI) has said that it is likely to bring down its lending rates if the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) withdraws the additional cash reserve ratio (CRR) requirement imposed in the wake of the surge in bank liquidity.Times of India, 2 days ago Rate cut: Analysts say Patel likely to wait & watch Economic Times, 3 weeks ago India's interest rate cut debate intensifies amid currency ban Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago Will RBI Cut Rates Amid Cash Ban? Economists And Traders Divided Bloomberg-Quint, 3 weeks ago
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NEW DELHI: At a time when everything seemed to be working in favour of the domestic equity market, the Modi government's demonetisation drive sent everything haywire. So much so, analysts and economists are now factoring in a major slowdown in ...Economic Times, 3 days ago 6 things that have changed since demonetisation Economic Times, 3 days ago
NEW DELHI: The demonetisation drive has temporarily slowed down the growth in the Indian economy. Economists, who were bullish on the India growth story after the seventh pay commission award amid a good monsoon outcome, have lowered India's gross ...Economic Times, 6 days ago India GDP growth may slip Financial Express Bangladesh, 6 days ago Demonetisation may drag India behind China in GDP growth, rob fastest-growing economy tag Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Narendra Modi's most disruptive economic step till date has unleashed a furious debate among economists Quartz, 3 weeks ago
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