Taimur Baig, chief economist for Asia at Deutsche Bank, explains why the central banks in Indonesia and India will hold off easing until later CNBC, 4 days ago
Bullish on D-Street, but see short-term blip: BNP - Economic Times, 1 month ago
The next rate cut will perhaps be in the first week of March: Taimur Baig - Business Standard, 2 months ago
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Taimur Baig of Deutsche Bank says the new GDP data and ground realities of high frequency monthly indicators offer two different pictures of the economy. Areas such as retail sales, corporate profitability and mining sector activity remain ...MSN News, 3 weeks ago
Slide Shows US President Barack Obama's 3-day visit to IndiaOn a three-day tour to India Obama's visit is being seen as an opportunity for both Obama and ... Choicest images of Aero India-2015 Air ShowPrime Minister Narendra Modi has vowed to end India's ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
The consumer price inflation for January, based on new methodology, came in at 5.11 percent year-on-year, compared to 4.28 percent (also on new base) in December.Money Control, 2 months ago March rate cut by RBI won't be surprising: Taimur Baig Money Control, 2 months ago
India's retail inflation unexpectedly slowed despite crop damage from unseasonal rains, boosting the possibility that central bank Governor Raghuram Rajan will cut rates outside the review cycle for a third time this year. Consumer prices rose ...Bloomberg, 4 days ago
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Singapore's economy grew at a faster-than-expected pace in the first quarter, government data showed on Tuesday, even as the central bank surprised markets by announcing no change to monetary policy. Gross domestic product (GDP) grew an annualized ...Yahoo! Finance, 3 days ago Singapore tops growth forecast, central bank stands pat Moneycontrol.com, 3 days ago
Taimur Baig, chief economist, Deutsche Bank says there haven’t been any major disinflationary moves in the past few months and hence, the March CPI inflation is unlikely to come down.Money Control, 4 days ago
R Here's what experts have to say Neeraj Gambhir of Nomura I think the markets should react a little positively. It is a change in the outlook, not in a change in the rating per se. Obviously, Moody's has recognised the fact that there is ...Moneycontrol.com, 1 week ago
KOLKATA: If the history of Indian banks is any guide on what they do when it comes to passing on the Reserve Bank of India's interest rate cuts to consumers, there is not much to celebrate. The reluctant interest rate cut by lenders, from State ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Banks may not transmit full benefit of RBI's 50 bps rate cut Economic Times, 1 week ago
(Updates with economist's comment in fifth paragraph.) Governor Raghuram Rajan kept the benchmark repurchase rate at 7.50 percent, the Reserve Bank of India said in a statement in Mumbai on Tuesday, a move predicted by 33 of 42 economists in a ...La Repubblica, 1 week ago
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