In an interview with ET Now, Madan Sabnavis, Chief Economist, CARE Ratings, shares his views on markets. Excerpts: ET Now: Whether it is time to look at safe havens and perhaps the Indian bond given the currency stability would offer one such ... Economic Times, 1 day ago
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Madan Sabnavis, Chief Economist, Care Ratings Going forward too, the industrial output is likely to Witness further improvement with the government starting its spending on infra projects. Production of steel and cement sectors could be ...Capital Market, 2 weeks ago
Madan Sabnavis, Chief Economist, Care Ratings Pressure on prices is expected to persist going ahead owing to the forecast of a weaker monsoon this year. This will in turn have a bearing on agricultural commodity prices in the months to ...Capital Market, 2 weeks ago
Give more weightage to what RBI, IMD say about monsoon and not the Govt: Madan Sabnavis, CARE Ratings
In a chat with Mythili Bhusnurmath of ET Now, Madan Sabnavis, Chief Economist at CARE Ratings, shares his thoughts on the Indian economy. Excepts: Mythili Bhusnurmath: How genuine are the fears about the monsoon? Are they a little exaggerated, both ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
As far as the Indian rupee is concerned, it would largely be driven by fundamentals. Fundamentals will refer to the current account balance as well as the capital inflows. In an interview with ET Now, Madan Sabnavis, Chief Economist, CARE Ratings, shares his ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
In an interview with ET Now, Madan Sabnavis, Chief Economist, CARE Ratings, shares his views on the rupee and the country's trade scenario. Excerpts: ET Now: For the last couple of days, we have been talking about the rupee's relative strength and ...Economic Times, 2 months ago
ve been surprised in case the RBI deferred this policy until the numbers for March came out." In a chat with ET Now, Madan Sabnavis, Chief Economist, CARE Ratings, shares his expectations from tomorrow's RBI policy. Excerpts: ET Now: What specifically do you ...Economic Times, 2 months ago
Production of the eight key infrastructure sectors soared to a six-month high of 4.4% in May after two months of successive decline, indicating a recovery in the industrial activity The core sector last recorded a positive growth rate in February at ...Smart Investor, 3 hours ago
Corporate profit, pulled down by higher interest payment and depreciation, is failing to keep pace with GDP. India Inc's profit-to-GDP ratio fell for the fifth consecutive year, slipping to 4.1 per cent in the year ended March 31, against the 10-year average ...Economic Times, 1 day ago India Inc's profit-to-GDP ratio falls for the fifth year to 4.1% on higher interest, depreciation Economic Times, 1 day ago What NITI's vice chairman has to say about India Inc's investments Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Surging bad loans. This seems to be bothering even the Reserve Bank of India as the need to clean-up stressed accounts is getting pronounced with public sector banks (PSBs) staring at an eye-popping Rs 2,60,531 crore worth bad loans. Economists ...New Indian Express, 2 days ago Map: Indian states with the highest and lowest number of private companies Quartz, 2 months ago
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