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Dear Sitharaman, Rajan did not embarrass; it's not bad to be 'one-eyed king'

Apr 19, 2016

Dear Sitharaman, Rajan did not embarrass; it's not bad to be 'one-eyed king'

India being the ‘bright spot’ among its Asian peers is something which international agencies, such as International Monetary Fund, have acknowledged. It is a great deal in a slowing world #Economic growth #FDI #manufacturing #global slowdown #CAD #PM Narendra Modi #RBI governor Raghuram Rajan #Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman
Jewellers refuse to budge, but is the government trying to kill two birds with one stone?

Apr 07, 2016

Jewellers refuse to budge, but is the government trying to kill two birds with one stone?

The imposition of excise duty and the introduction of the excise department have sent the trade into a panic mode #Arun Jaitley #GST #excise duty #Budget speech #CAD #jewellers strike #gold trade
Govt tweaks gold monetisation scheme to woo temples, now allows repayments in gold

Apr 02, 2016

Govt tweaks gold monetisation scheme to woo temples, now allows repayments in gold

India imports about 1,000 tonnes of gold every year and the precious metal is the second highest component of the imports bill after crude oil #gold imports #CAD #gold monetisation scheme #Shree Siddhivinayak temple #gold deposits #Tirupati Temple
Forget dwindling exports, FDI to rise in FY17 on signs of improving economy, says India Ratings

Mar 23, 2016

Forget dwindling exports, FDI to rise in FY17 on signs of improving economy, says India Ratings

FDI in the country will accelerate further on gradually improving economic growth in 2016-17, while focus on ‘Make in India’ would result in a more larger and more stable FDIs #GDP #FDI #Fitch Group #forex reserves #exports #CAD #India Ratings #Make In India
CAD narrows to 1.3% of GDP in December quarter : RBI

Mar 21, 2016

CAD narrows to 1.3% of GDP in December quarter : RBI

India's current account deficit (CAD) narrowed to 1.3 per cent of GDP in third quarter of the fiscal as against 1.5 per cent in the same period last year, mainly on account of lower trade deficit. #GDP #RBI #Current Account Deficit #Q3 #CAD #BoP #October-December
Banks to get commission for unlocking household gold - RBI| Reuters

Jan 22, 2016

Banks to get commission for unlocking household gold - RBI| Reuters

MUMBAI The government will pay banks a 2.5 percent commission to unlock the country's massive stash of gold under a new monetisation scheme, the RBI said, as the ambitious plan received a poor response from banks and customers. Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Gold Monetisation Scheme on Nov #Banks #gold imports #CAD #gold monetisation scheme #gold deposits
#RajanEffect: Why the rupee crashing to 68 against $ is not a shocker this time

Jan 21, 2016

#RajanEffect: Why the rupee crashing to 68 against $ is not a shocker this time

The rupee is back at 68 against the dollar and surprisingly nobody seems to be that worried. Last time, the currency hit 68 under the United Progressive Alliance regime, it had become a political hot potato. #Dollar #Rupee #Raghuram Rajan #forex reserves #exports #Forex #capital outflow #CAD #capital inflow
Budget 2016: Finance ministry to assume oil price at below $50 to do fiscal deficit math

Jan 11, 2016

Budget 2016: Finance ministry to assume oil price at below $50 to do fiscal deficit math

The crude oil prices may fall further on account of deceleration of growth in major economy especially China and tepid recovery elsewhere. #crude oil #NewsTracker #Petrol #Arun Jaitley #Diesel #NDA #oil price #excise duty #CAD #Union Budget 2016 #Economy 2016
Rupee behaving in a whimsical manner: A real dilemma for RBI in such volatile times

Jan 06, 2016

Rupee behaving in a whimsical manner: A real dilemma for RBI in such volatile times

On the face of it, the rupee is probably one of the better performing currencies as can be seen relative to the depreciation witnessed by other emerging markets #Dollar #RBI #Interest rates #Rupee #FDI #Yuan #exports #CAD #Currencies
Gold imports dip 59.5% to USD 1.7 billion in October

Nov 17, 2015

Gold imports dip 59.5% to USD 1.7 billion in October

Gold imports plunged by 59.5 per cent to USD 1.7 billion in October which will help curb the country's Current Account Deficit (CAD). #Gold #yellow metal #imports #CAD #October