While signalling an end to further monetary tightening if consumer inflation moderated along the intended glide path mentioned by the Urjit Patel committee, the Reserve Bank of India ( RBI) on Tuesday maintained the repo rate at eight per cent, in line with ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
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Naresh Takkar, MD & CEO, ICRA Consumer inflation eased to 8.1% in February 2014, close to the target of 8.0% for the end of this calendar year suggested by the Urijit Patel Committee. However, damage to standing crops following ...Capital Market, 3 weeks ago RBI likely to hold rates in April 1 review Times of India, 3 weeks ago RBI, Select Bankers Hold Parleys New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago ICRA : RBI likely to hold rates in April 1 review 4 Traders, 3 weeks ago
After two years of intense rating downgrades, rating agencies CRISIL and Icra expect a gradual improvement in corporate credit ratings in 2014-15, owing to easing asset quality pressures and an economic recovery. In 2013-14, CRISIL had downgraded ...Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
India's central bank on Tuesday has kept key lending rates unchanged in the first-quarter monetary policy review, according to market expectation. The Reserve Bank of India retained repo and reverse repo rate to 8% and 7% respectively. Cash reserve ...MyIris, 2 weeks ago RBI likely to keep key policy rate unchanged on Jan 28 Deccan Herald, 2 months ago RBI likely to keep key policy rates unchanged on 28th January Jagran Post, 2 months ago
Credit rating agencies expect the Reserve Bank of India to maintain status quo on interest rates in the upcoming policy review as retail inflation, measured by the consumer price index, eased to 8.1 per cent in February 2014. According to Naresh ...Hindu Business Line, 3 weeks ago Rating agencies expect RBI will maintain status quo on interest rates Hindu Business Line, 3 weeks ago
India's trade minister Anand Sharma.Reuters India's commerce and industry minister Anand Sharma hopes its central bank will cut interest rates to boost growth, but analysts expect the Reserve Bank of India to leave its monetary policy unchanged at ...International Business Times UK, 3 weeks ago
Excise duty reduced by two percentage points to 10 per cent to stimulate growth BS Reporter February 17, 2014 Last Updated at 23:59 IST The government today attempted to stimulate growth in the slow-moving capital goods sector with a two percentage ...Business Standard India, 2 months ago
The benchmark Sensex jumped 97 points to end at its highest level this month, led by banking, power and auto shares on hopes tax concession proposals announced today in interim budget will boost economic growth. The government's fiscal prudence ...New Indian Express, 2 months ago Budget boosts BSE Sensex 97 pts to month's high; auto, banks gain Financial Express, 2 months ago Vote on Account 2014: Budget boosts Sensex 97 points to month's high; auto, banks gain Economic Times, 2 months ago
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA New Delhi, 17 February Stock market participants said that the Interim Budget for 2014-15 turned out to be a damp squib and did not provide any major surprises either way, positive or negative. Being the Interim Budget ...The Statesman, 2 months ago Budget 2014-15 'a damp squib'; no major surprises: Experts Economic Times, 2 months ago Interim budget 2014 'a damp squib', no major surprises: experts NDTV, 2 months ago FM P. Chidambaram's Budget 2014 'a damp squib', no major surprises, say stock market experts Financial Express, 2 months ago
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Pic Courtesy: - Mumbai: Tax experts have hailed Finance Minister P Chidambaram's decision to slash excise duty, saying the move will give the much-needed boost to auto, capital goods and whitegoods sectors which have borne the brunt of slowdown. ...ZeeNews.com, 2 months ago
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