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Net FDI Inflows on Track to Top $30 Billion in FY15: Nomura

Nomura: Net FDI inflows on track to top $30 bn this fiscal

Foreign direct investment inflows to India are expected to gain further momentum and net FDI inflows to the country could cross the $30-billion mark this fiscal year driven by improved investor sentiment, a Nomura report says. According to the ... Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
FDI into India to hit $30b this year Oman Tribune, 5 days ago

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WPI inflation to rise again after base effect wears off

According to Nomura, headline WPI inflation in India would moderate further over the next four months before rising again as favourable base effects wear off India's inflation based on wholesale price index (WPI) eased in August to a ...
 Money Life5 days ago WPI inflation to moderate in next four months: Sonal Varma  MyIris5 days ago We expect WPI inflation to continue to moderate in the next four months  Capital Market5 days ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Nomura Holdings bets on growth, expects nominal GDP to hit $3 trillion by FY17

MUMBAI: Nomura Holdings, Japan's biggest investment banking and brokerage group, said it expects India's nominal GDP to breach $2-trillion mark this fiscal (2014-15) and reach nearly $3 trillion by FY17. In a report released on Tuesday, the ...
 Economic Times1 week ago India's nominal GDP may cross $2-trn in FY15: Nomura  Money Control1 week ago India's nominal GDP likely to cross USD 2 trn in FY15: Nomura  MyIris1 week ago Expects India's nominal GDP to cross US$ 2 trillion in FY2015  Capital Market1 week ago

Nomura retains Buy rating on Coal India

The cabinet committee on economic affairs (CCEA) has approved the disinvestment of 10% paid-up equity capital in Coal India (CIL). Post stake sale,the Government of India's (GOI's) shareholdingwill reduce to79.65% from current89.65%. Commenting on ...
 MyIris1 week ago
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Upbeat brokerages peg GDP growth at 6% in April-June quarter

Top brokerages Deutsche Bank, Barclays, Nomura, and Religare have raised their growth estimates for the Indian economy for the quarter ended June 30. These brokerages expect India's gross domestic product (GDP) to grow 5.6-6% in April-June from the ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Economic recovery on the horizon  The Sunday Guardian3 weeks ago India's Q1 GDP grew at 5.7%, fastest in two-years  IndiaTV News3 weeks ago Economy shows rebound sign  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

Meet the key growth leaders of Indian e-commerce

Indian e-commerce is projected to explode from $10 billion to $43 billion in the next five years, according to Nomura's India Internet Report last month. There are 11 categories, and within them 42 players, that are poised to shape this blazing ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Meet the key players of India's e-commerce boom  Economic Times1 month ago India's ecommerce poised at $43 bn in 5 years: Meet the key growth leaders  Economic Times1 month ago The drivers of India's e-commerce growth  Economic Times1 month ago

RBI unlikely to cut rates before 2016: Nomura

V According to Rajpal, Indian bond rates are among the highest in Asia and with macros improving, they are likely to increase further. Going ahead, he expects 10-year yield to remain range bound with the 10-year varying from 8.45-8.65 percent. ...
 Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago RBI rate cut unlikely till 2016: Nomura  Livemint.com1 month ago 'No rate cuts likely this calendar year'  Rediff.com1 month ago Instant View: RBI keeps repo rate unchanged  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago

Nomura remains bullish on India rates

Growth indicators are perking up. Below-normal monsoons will drag down agriculture growth, but industrial growth turned a corner in Q2 2014, ahead of the elections, and at a much faster pace relative to our expectations. The pickup is broad based ...
 MyIris3 weeks ago Narendra Modi's victory may help India record higher GDP growth  Livemint.com3 weeks ago Q2FY2014 GDP growth is tracking slightly under 5.5%  Capital Market5 days ago Growth on track, but inflation remains a dampener  DNA India3 weeks ago

Nomura ups India growth estimate to 6% for FY15

According to Nomura, non-agriculture growth in India, including vehicle sales and higher output growth from coal, cement and power, is rising at a faster pace than expected Nomura has upped its FY2014-15 growth projection for India to 6% from 5%, ...
 Money Life3 weeks ago August auto sales to witness strong growth in all segments  Money Life3 weeks ago India: Nomura ups growth estimate to 6% for 2014-15  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide3 weeks ago Have Achhe Din for auto industry begun?  Money Life1 week ago
Money Control

Sensex, Nifty strong; HDFC, ONGC, Sun Pharma, GAIL gain 2%

GAIL India rebounded with 2 percent gains after Nomura maintains buy with a price target of Rs 525/share, saying it is a top pick in oil gas sector as the outlook remains good for all segments and the correction in the stock price is an opportunity to ...
 Money Control1 month ago Nomura Raises Sensex Target to 30,310 by End of August 2015  NDTV Profit1 month ago Nomura ups Sensex target to 30,310 by Aug-2015 end  Yahoo! India1 month ago
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