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June quarter GDP at 7%: India is still fastest growing but numbers reveal growth pangs

Sep 01, 2015

June quarter GDP at 7%: India is still fastest growing but numbers reveal growth pangs

The positive part is that the government has shown willingness to ramp up spending in infrastructure, but economists note that the spending has to pick up in a much more significant manner if the government wants to arrest the economic slowdown #GDP growth #investment cycle #private consumption
What the latest economic data mean: Modi govt is running out of time to fix the economy

Sep 01, 2015

What the latest economic data mean: Modi govt is running out of time to fix the economy

Reviving manufacturing will mean getting aggressive on economic policy and reforms GST has to be rammed through, public sector infrastructure investments have to be fast-tracked and private sector ones facilitated on priority basis #InMyOpinion #Agriculture #manufacturing #GDP growth #GST #economic reforms #services #Public Spending
Charts: Q1 GDP growth slows to 7%; call for RBI rate cuts gets shriller

Sep 01, 2015

Charts: Q1 GDP growth slows to 7%; call for RBI rate cuts gets shriller

There are possibilities of a further deceleration in the coming quarters. The RBI will have to cut rates at least twice this year. #Economy #RBI #ConnectTheDots #GDP growth #Rate Cuts #Core sector growth
Why Jaitley should not give too much weight to Moody's moodiness

Aug 19, 2015

Why Jaitley should not give too much weight to Moody's moodiness

We are now close to the ideal situation for revival but there are two things necessary for taking growth to another level beyond the 7 percent figure #Moody's #fiscal deficit #Arun Jaitley #GDP growth #GST #economic reforms #Land Bill #monsoon deficit #commodity price
Modi is fixing UPA's broken economy; the stagflation cycle to end soon

Jun 10, 2015

Modi is fixing UPA's broken economy; the stagflation cycle to end soon

The NDA's biggest macroeconomic triumph is winning the battle against inflation by intelligently managing food prices. This has laid the foundation for a revival in growth. #Economy #UPA #Narendra Modi #ConnectTheDots #Rahul Gandhi #fiscal deficit #GDP growth #NDA #Real Interest Rates
Why would the fastest growing economy need rate cut boost? RBI Rajan beats hollow new GDP

Jun 04, 2015

Why would the fastest growing economy need rate cut boost? RBI Rajan beats hollow new GDP

The Narendra Modi government would do well reading the signals from Rajan and adopt a more realistic view on the economy #Inflation #Interest rate #GDP growth #RBI rate cut #ecocnomy
Sensex down 660 pts on poor rain, RBI; investors see Rs 2 lakh cr wealth erosion

Jun 03, 2015

Sensex down 660 pts on poor rain, RBI; investors see Rs 2 lakh cr wealth erosion

The tide turned for the Sensex soon after the positive start and the index lingered in negative territory through out the trade #Sensex #Inflation #nifty #Interest rate #GDP growth #Reforms #RBI rate cut
Jayant Sinha sees FY16 GDP growth at 8.1-8.5% on lower oil prices, inflation

May 06, 2015

Jayant Sinha sees FY16 GDP growth at 8.1-8.5% on lower oil prices, inflation

HSBC has said that the country's GDP growth is likely to pick up pace and expand by 7.8 percent during this fiscal #Inflation #Interest rate #GDP growth #Jayant Sinha
Surprise! RBI cuts repo rate to 7.5%, joins govt's plan to kickstart growth

Mar 04, 2015

Surprise! RBI cuts repo rate to 7.5%, joins govt's plan to kickstart growth

In an early morning press release the central banks said that the "softer readings on inflation are expected to come in through the first half of 2015-16 before firming up to below 6 per cent in the second half. #RBI #CRR #NewsTracker #Repo rate #GDP growth #Raghuram Rajan #fiscal consolidation #R&B #RBI rate cut
Economic Survey 2014-15 sees no need for 'big bang' reforms to get 10 percent growth

Feb 28, 2015

Economic Survey 2014-15 sees no need for 'big bang' reforms to get 10 percent growth

The Economic Survey tabled in parliament is more optimistic in tone than others in the recent past. It sees "creative incrementalism" as the route to reforms and raising GDP growth to double-digits. One-shot big bang reform is not needed #Subsidies #Direct Benefits Transfer #Jan Dhan Yojana #Budget2015 #economic survey 2014-15 #double digit growth #GDP Growth CEA Arvind Subramanian #Economic Surbey