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Arvind Subramanian stays on as CEA
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Arvind Subramanian stays on as CEA

The government has retained Arvind Subramanian as its chief economic advisor, unlike other American professors Dr Raghuram Rajan and Arvind Panagariya, who quit their jobs as RBI governor and NITI deputy chairman respectively. The government will extend the term of Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian by one year till October 2018, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Saturday. Dr Subramanian, a Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington, DC, ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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Why 'bulls' are a worried lot today

The gap between Nifty's price-earnings multiple and economic growth is at a 12-year high The lower-than-expected growth of the economy during the April-June quarter has widened the differential with equity valuations to an all-time high. The benchmark Nifty50 index is trading at 24.2 times its trailing 12-months earnings per share, which is over four times economic growth in terms of gross value added (GVA) of 5.6 per cent during the first quarter of the current fiscal year (FY18). This level ...
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Analysis: Slowdown-hit Indian economy counts costs of stronger rupee

By Rajesh Kumar Singh NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's stronger currency has become a threat for its growth aspirations, piling pressure on the central bank to aggressively intervene in the foreign exchange market even at the risk of incurring the wrath of the ...
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Analysis: No end to British wage squeeze despite tumbling jobless rate

By David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economy faces a paradox. Unemployment has fallen to its lowest since 1975 but no end is in sight to the longest squeeze on pay in more than 100 years. Businesses and trade unions think workers are unlikely to see ...
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'Bond market likely to see a major correction'

'Current market valuations do not reflect underlying economic reality' 'We remain concerned about the housing finance space' 'We expect a 25-50 bps cut in rates by end-FY18' It was a roller-coaster week for the markets, amid talk of a fiscal stimulus by the government. Saurabh Mukherjea, chief executive officer, and Prashant Mittal, strategist, at Ambit Capital tell Puneet Wadhwa the recent flows into equity mutual funds are largely speculative in nature and pose a risk of reversal. Excerpts: ...
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What Tata, Birla, Mahindra say about family businesses

One thing has remained constant through the Indian economy in the last seven decades: the dominance of family-owned businesses. Krishna Kant reports. Lessions from HeroCorp's Munjal family From left, Kumar Mangalam Birla, Anand Mahindra and Ratan Tata.Photographs: (From left) Danish Siddiqui/Reuters; Stefan Wermuth/Reuters; and Christian Marquardt/Getty Images.   India has gone through many cycles of economic growth since its independence from British rule in 1947. But one thing has ...
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Global Markets Remain Buoyant, 100 Days to Goods and Service Tax and Key Corporate Developments During the Week

Posted by Equitymaster Global market ended the week on a positive note. Japan's index spiked above the 21,000 level for the first time since 1996. The benchmark index posted gains of 2.2% during the week. Robust corporate earnings coupled with broad economic ...
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Why the bullet train makes sense for India

Questioning the bullet train in view of the investment needed in Indian Railways is similar to saying that India needed to invest in primary education rather than in IITs, says Shreekant Sambrani. “It is kind of free,” said Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail project (referred hereafter by its popular name, the bullet train), in its ground-breaking ceremony.   He was referring to its financing. Japan will provide Rs 88,000 crore (81 per ...
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Govt wants rate cuts to revive growth

Lower interest rates needed to boost manufacturing, officials say.Arup Roychoudhury reports.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com "There is scope for monetary easing because of inflation projections. Inflation last month picked up, but our analysis has taken that into consideration. We had based it on a mid-term inflation of 4 per cent," said a senior official when asked what the Centre thought of another rate cut. The next meeting of the MPC is on October 3-4. The MPC has cut rates only once ...
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YOUR Rs 25 lakh crore debt has RBI worried! Here's why

In the past three years, personal loans have grown at twice the rate of growth in personal disposable income, leading to a steady rise in household indebtedness. At the end of March this year, Indians owed Rs 25.2 lakh crore to banks and listed non-banking finance companies (NBFCs), up 65 per cent in the past three years.  Krishna Kant reports. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com A rising share of consumption in India's economic growth has begun to strain the balance sheets of ...
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