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Current Account Deficit Likely To Be 1.3% Of GDP In 2017: Nomura

New Delhi: India's current account deficit is expected to be around 1.3 per cent of GDP in 2017 as against a deficit of 0.8 per cent in 2016, says a report. According to Japanese financial services major Nomura, as the cash crunch eases from ... NDTV Profit, 20 hours ago

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Nomura cuts target price on Container Corporation shares

MUMBAI: Nomura Financial Advisory and Securities India has cut target price on Container Corporation of India to Rs 1,386 from Rs 1,585 as near term outlook for the company has weakened further following demonetisation. Demonetisation of ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Nomura reiterates Buy on Maruti Suzuki after 'premiumisation' launch of Ignis  International Business Times India1 day ago Reduce Gujarat Pipavav Port with a target of Rs 110: Nomura, India  Economic Times2 weeks ago Reduce Adani Ports, target Rs 234 : Nomura, India  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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Demonetisation impact: Impact of MCLR on banks may not be great, says Nomura

India's financial stocks, especially corporate banks, have been very resilient over the past two days in spite of a large 90bp MCLR cut by
 Singapore Star.com1 week ago
Huffington Post India

India may see extended pain on growth due to lingering cash crunch situation, says Nomura

Nomura said it expects the growth damage to be larger than the RBI's estimates The post India may see extended pain on growth due to lingering cash crunch situation, says Nomura appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Dent on growth will be bigger than RBI's estimates: Nomura  Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago Nomura's India growth indicator slumps to 20-yr low  The Hindu3 weeks ago Nomura Growth Indicator Predicts India's Economy To Plunge To Lowest Level Since 1996  Huffington Post India3 weeks ago

Retail inflation may rise in 2017: Nomura Securities

India said to need about Rs65,000 cr in­vestment in its gas pipeline infrastructure; Asian countries projected to be India's fastest growing export partners between 2021 and 2030 Retail inflation may have eased, pleasing the markets and ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago CPI inflation likely to be around 5.7% in 2017; rate cut possible: Nomura  IrishSun.com3 weeks ago India CPI to Rise in 2017  Financial Tribune3 weeks ago Consumer Price Index like to see a rise in 2017  India.com3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

India's growth to stay unchanged at 7.1% in 2017: Nomura

India's growth is expected to largely remain unchanged at 7.1 per cent in the coming year and will rise sharply to 7.7 per cent in 2018, says a report. According to the Japanese brokerage firm, Nomura, though some of the reform initiatives taken ...
 Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide2 weeks ago India Growth to Stay at 7.1%  Financial Tribune3 weeks ago India's growth to increase sharply to 7.7% in 2018  New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago Demonetisation To Hamper India's Near-Term Growth Prospects: Nomura  Bloomberg-Quint3 weeks ago

India's cash crunch like to persist till end of January 2017

Brokerage Nomura says remonetisation by the RBI is at a fast pace but cash crunch would last till mid to end January next year. People wait outside banks to exchange currency notes in Mumbai on Nov. 10, 2016 (representational image).IANS The ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago Demonetisation will see more impact in next 3-6 months: Sonal Varma, Nomura  Economic Times1 month ago Cash shortage may slow down GDP growth to 6.5% in Q3: Nomura  Livemint.com1 month ago Cash shortage may slowdown GDP to 6.5% in Oct-Dec qtr: Nomura  India.com1 month ago

Nomura Revises FY17 Current Account Deficit Forecast To 1.4% Of GDP

New Delhi: Global financial services major Nomura has revised upwards India's CAD forecast to 1.4 per cent of GDP for the current fiscal from 0.4 per cent earlier. According to the Japanese brokerage firm India's trade deficit widened to a 16-month ...
 NDTV1 month ago Nomura revises FY17 CAD forecast to 1.4 pc of GDP  Economic Times1 month ago
International Business Times India

PM Modi's demonetisation could push India's GDP growth to 20-year low

Brokerage Nomura says PM Narendra Modi's demonetisation and the resultant chaos has disrupted the Indian economy in a big way. A worker levels a salt pan in Mumbai, India, December 9, 2016.Reuters file In what is likely to sound like music to ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago Demonetisation 30 days: A timeline of PM Narendra Modi's grand Indian currency show  Firstpost.com1 month ago PM Modi comes to aid of bride-to-be struggling post demonetisation  Yahoo! India1 month ago

India still preferred mkt in Asia; constructive on rupee: Nomura

India is still among the preferred market within Asia for Nomura as it remains one of the fastest growing economies despite hiccups, says Head of Equities – India Prabhat Awasthi.
 Money Control1 month ago Asia 2017 outlook: Sailing into the storm - Nomura  FXStreet.com2 weeks ago Implications of higher US growth/higher inflation on Asia - Nomura  FXStreet.com4 days ago Nomura upgrades rating on India to top overweight  Business Line1 month ago
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