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Feb 23, 2017
Demonetisation strains: IMF sees India's GDP slowing to 6.6% in FY17, bouncing back to 7.2% in FY18Post-8 November, cash shortages and payment disruptions caused by the currency exchange initiative have undermined consumption and business activity, posing a new challenge to sustaining the growth momentum, the IMF said in its annual country report on India.
Dec 07, 2016
Sensex may not scale record highs next year as PM Modi's note ban could crimp economy, say analystsIn November alone, foreign investors sold nearly $3 billion worth of Indian stocks
Jun 28, 2016
No indication of financial crisis from Brexit, says US Treasury SecyFollowing a decision to exit the EU, Britain would need to negotiate the terms of its withdrawal and a new relationship with the EU.
Jun 20, 2016
Speculation mounts on Raghuram Rajan successor; markets brace for volatilityThe Financial Sector Regulatory Appointment Search Committee could have been tasked to shortlist the candidates, after which the government would take the final call
Feb 10, 2016
Global turmoil battering market, govt taking measures, says finance ministryArray
Oct 05, 2015
World's extreme poverty population to now account for less than 10%, says World BankWorld Bank projects 702 million people or 9.6% of world's population to live in extreme poverty in 2015, down from 902 million people or 12.8% in 2012
May 07, 2015
Guess who supported RBI's Rajan in his turf war with finance ministry? Prime minister ModiModi doesn't want to upset the apple cart, says a source
Mar 01, 2015
Budget 2015: Long-term measures and no numbers dampen day traders day“This was probably the first budget where the FM concentrated more on the long-term measures than simply talk numbers about the sector.
Aug 14, 2014
Global market bubbles: Raghuram Rajan will have the last laugh second time aroundArray
Feb 18, 2014
Govt was trying to do a 'rescue act': Chidambaram hits out at criticsOn containing fiscal deficit and CAD at the cost of expenditure, Chidambaram said the total spending cut is Rs 75,000 crore out of the total expenditure of Rs 15,90,434 crore which does not have the impact that many imagine would have on the economy.