MUMBAI: Is the government overestimating the GDP growth rate for the current fiscal? Some of the top economists believe it is. The Central Statistical Organisation (CSO), which came out with its advance GDP growth estimate of 4.9% for 2014 fiscal ... Times of India, 1 month ago
FY14 growth may fall to 4.7% - Times of India, 1 month ago
Budget 2014: Brokerages, rating firms doubt FM's method of fiscal consolidation and targets for next fiscal
NEW DELHI: Finance Minister P Chidambaram came in for a barrage of criticism from brokerages and rating companies over fiscal consolidation and how it had been achieved besides being sceptical about meeting what they said were unrealistic targets ...Economic Times, 2 months ago Brokerages, rating firms check Chidambaram's budget math Economic Times, 2 months ago
Swinging between hope and despair, the stock market has left investors clueless about what to look for next. Analysts claim stabilising macroeconomic factors, distorted stock valuations and corporate balancesheets hold cues. After a good start to the ...The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
Indias central bank may soon adopt the new consumer price index (CPI) for anchoring its money policy and lower its inflation target to 4 per cent with a band of plus or minus 2 per cent around it. An expert panel, led by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) deputy ...The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
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