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India's export crash in March is not a one-off; there are no quick-fixes for this

Apr 18, 2015

India's export crash in March is not a one-off; there are no quick-fixes for this

The sharp dip in March exports is unlikely to be a one-off event. The world is going to remain a difficult place to sell to in the foreseeable future, and there are no quick-fixes for improving the competitiveness of Indian exports #Inflation #GDP #IIP #global slowdown #imports #Rupee-dollar rate #Export Crash
Moody's, IMF and now S&P: Is the world turning pessimistic about India growth story?

Apr 17, 2015

Moody's, IMF and now S&P: Is the world turning pessimistic about India growth story?

Correcting the course would only do well for the Modi government. If it refuses to do so, it faces a trust deficit in front of investors #S&P #GDP #IMF #Narendra Modi #Moody's #Rating agencies #Land Bill #NDA #India Growth Story #investment activity
Negative inflation 5 months in a row: Forget RBI rate cut, govt may have to soon junk old WPI

Apr 16, 2015

Negative inflation 5 months in a row: Forget RBI rate cut, govt may have to soon junk old WPI

The Wholesale Prices Index has fallen five months in a row when retail inflation has risen in four of those five months. Clearly, one of them is clearly misleading, and it could be the WPI #Inflation #GDP #UPA #WPI #CPI #retail inflation #Data Confusion
Sorry Chidu, your 6.9 percent GDP growth in 2013-14 may also be fiction

Apr 14, 2015

Sorry Chidu, your 6.9 percent GDP growth in 2013-14 may also be fiction

Few economists believed the new GDP data which showed tigerish GDP growth of 6.9 percent in 2013-14. It now seems that there could have been a goof-up where corporate value-added data may have been overestimated #HowThisWorks #P. Chidambaram #CSO #Gross Value Added #New GDP Series #GDP in 2013-14

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BJP win lifts markets, but road to economic recovery may be long

Dec 10, 2013

BJP win lifts markets, but road to economic recovery may be long

The function of the markets is to believe what it wants to believe. A bear market factors in only the worst even if there are some signs of turning around. A bull market factors in the best, even if the signals are unsustainable. #Economy #Stock market #GDP #BJP #ToWhatEffect #Indian rupee #Lok Sabha elections #tax revenue