Rahul Bajoria, Economist at Barclays Singapore gives us his take on GE13 results and impact on perception of Malaysias economy. He discusses:- changes anticipated, in terms of economic policies - impact on assumptions for rates, GDP forecast- ... BFM 89.9, 2 weeks ago
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Shillong, March 25: B.K. Bajoria Higher Secondary School defeated St Nanak Secondary School by six wickets and Ruprekha Parishad Secondary School defeated Queenie Secondary School by 74 runs in the eighth inter-school cricket tournament, organised ...Calcutta Telegraph, 2 months ago
Treasury 10-year note yields traded at almost a two-month high before Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke discusses the economic outlook in congressional testimony this week. The benchmark yields rose the past three weeks, the longest streak ...Bloomberg, 5 days ago Treasury Yields Approach Two-Month High Amid Fed Stimulus Bets La Repubblica, 5 days ago
It seems like a late reaction by the markets, especially the interest rate sensitive stocks, to the drop in inflation to 41-month low level of 4.89% that has rekindled hopes of a rate cut by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Headline inflation has ...Smart Investor, 1 week ago Good time to invest in rate-sensitive stocks, say analysts Sify, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: Headline inflation fell below 5 percent in April, dropping within the RBIs comfort zone for the first time in more than three years and fuelling market hopes for more monetary easing to revive flagging economic growth. The wholesale price ...Daily Times, 1 week ago India inflation falls to 4.89% Oman Tribune, 1 week ago Inflation at 4.89 pct, back in RBI's comfort zone Reuters India, 1 week ago Inflation at 5%; in RBI's comfort zone after 3 yrs Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
India's headline inflation fell below 5 per cent in April, putting it back in the Reserve Bank's comfort zone for the first time in more than three years and fuelling market hopes for more monetary easing to revive the economy's pedestrian growth ...NDTV, 1 week ago Inflation hits 41-month low in April at 4.89 per cent NDTV Profit, 1 week ago Experts see 25 bps rate cut in June-July Smart Investor, 1 week ago Inflation at 4.89%, Back in RBI's Comfort Zone International Business Times UK, 1 week ago
More in: MUMBAI: In volatile trade, the BSE benchmark Sensex on Tuesday recovered from its biggest fall in 14 months to close 31 points higher at 19,722.29 on buying in banking and healthcare stocks, amid inflation easing to over 3-year low. After a ...Navhind Times, 1 week ago Sensex recovers to end 31 pts higher; banking and pharma gain ZeeNews.com, 1 week ago Sensex Closes 31 Points Higher Outlook India, 1 week ago Sensex sinks 430 points in biggest fall in 14 months Financial Chronicle, 1 week ago
(Adds details, analysts quotes, market reactions) By NEW DELHI, May 14 (Reuters) - India's headline inflation fell below 5 percent in April, putting it back in the central bank's comfort zone for the first time in more than three years and fuelling ...Sharenet, 1 week ago UPDATE 2-Inflation back in India's comfort zone after 3 years Reuters, 1 week ago UPDATE 1-Inflation back in India's comfort zone after 3 years Sify, 1 week ago Is a Key Pillar of India's Economy in Jeopardy? CNBC, 1 month ago
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The wholesale price index, India's main inflation measure, rose an annual 5.96 per cent in March TEXT SIZE : A | A | A TOOLS RELATED STORIES India's headline inflation fell below 5 per cent in April, putting it back in the Reserve Bank's comfort ...Businessworld India, 1 week ago Indias April wholesale price index of 4.89% lowest since Nov 2009 KeralaNext.com, 1 week ago
While the rapid pullback in India's headline inflation in April to its lowest level since 2009 is a reflection of stumbling demand in Asia's third largest economy, easing price gains were cheered by economists who believe the doors are now open for ...CNBC, 1 week ago India Surprise Growth a Top Priority Calcutta News.Net, 1 week ago
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