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Madan Sabnavis is Chief Economist at CARE Ratings.

Dec 6, 2015

Does European Central Bank’s stimulus move have any message for the RBI?

For India, instead of the RBI, it is the government which can be more effective in stimulating demand #bond buyback #ECB #financial stimulus #Interest rate #Mario Draghi #RBI

Dec 2, 2015

RBI policy: No news is good news for market players. Here’s why

No direct clues have been left for the next policy and hence to use the cliché, one needs to wait and watch #Consumption #fiscal deficit #Inflation #Interest rate #Monetary policy #rabi sowing #RBI policy #Real estate #Union Budget

Nov 10, 2015

Business as usual: Bihar result may have no bearing on the economy after all; here’s why

The economy would move on as usual as the government would be even more determined to push things around #Bihar Election Results #BJP #ease of doing business #NDA #PM Modi #Rajya Sabha

Oct 26, 2015

From stock market to critical reform bills: Why Bihar poll outcome holds the key

From an economic perspective the elections become important as they could be the guiding forces for what happens in the course of this year as well as the future #Bihar elections #Bills #Economy #GST #Investor Interest #Land Bill #Lok Sabha elections #NDA #Policy framework #Rajya Sabha #Stock market #Subsidies

Oct 19, 2015

Pulses may go off the plate as falling production, hoarding make it premium

Pulses have become the watchword again with prices increasing by a phenomenal rate this year. #Agriculture #arhar #Chana #Economy #InMyOpinion #kharif #Moong #Rabi #tur #urad

Oct 8, 2015

IMF cuts global growth rate to 3.1%, but India has a chance to boom

The developed countries will never be able to cross growth of 3-4 percent given that there is no spare capacity, though some of the collapsed euro nations could do so to begin with. #China #Economy #FDI #Financial Times Survey #FPI #GDP #IIP #IMF #India #Inflation #InMyOpinion

Sep 18, 2015

What does the US Federal Reserve’s inaction mean for us

We should remember that while the Fed has not changed interest rates as of now, an increase is inevitable with the conjecture being more on the timing of the same #ConnectTheDots #FII flows #FPI #RBI rate cut #US Fed rate hike

Sep 9, 2015

Reality check: There’s really not much scope to take advantage of China’s pain

If it were so easy for countries to capitalise on other countries’ slowdown, the world economy would always have been in the upswing which is not the case. #Arun Jaitley #Business #China #ConnectTheDots #Economy #FDI #FIIs #India #Narendra Modi #Rupee #Yuan

Sep 4, 2015

Forget inflation, deflation theories: It’s time to assess impact of early withdrawal of monsoon on prices

While the RBI is addressing the CPI inflation related problems, the WPI concerns are hard to monitor as the factor that is guiding the prices is external #CEA #China #CPI #Deflation #Inflation #RBI #WPI