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Modi govt's move towards better fiscal management key for rating upgrade: S&P

Jan 23, 2015

Modi govt's move towards better fiscal management key for rating upgrade: S&P

Takahira Ogawa, a director sovereign ratings at S&P, also said the current government is mindful of the quality of fiscal consolidation. #S&P #Narendra Modi #oil #Current Account Deficit #fiscal management
Low CAD, reforms brighten up prospects of Indian economy: Arvind Subramanian

Jan 14, 2015

Low CAD, reforms brighten up prospects of Indian economy: Arvind Subramanian

Pointing out that the cash balances of state-owned enterprises look "exciting", Subramanian suggested they invest more, adding that the PSUs could make a "real contribution to kickstart the economic growth". #Economy #India #China #World Bank #TheySaidIt #Current Account Deficit #Arvind Subramanian #Anant Geete
Falling crude price eases pressure on CAD, helping revival of economy: Jaitley

Jan 13, 2015

Falling crude price eases pressure on CAD, helping revival of economy: Jaitley

In a pre-Budget interaction with economists in New Delhi, he said with a sharp decline in international oil prices and due to focused attention from the government, the current account deficit is also within the comfort level. #Economy #Disinvestment #TheySaidIt #Arun Jaitley #NPA #Current Account Deficit #budget 2015
Jaitley hints curbs on gold import could go after fiscal situation improves

Jul 11, 2014

Jaitley hints curbs on gold import could go after fiscal situation improves

As a result of combined efforts, imports of gold has been declining. They fell by 72 percent to $2.19 billion in May due to restrictions imposed by the government. #Gold #fiscal deficit #Arun Jaitley #Excise #Current Account Deficit #imports #Duty #CAD
Budget 2014 Ramesh Damani says markets will rally until elections

Feb 17, 2014

Budget 2014 Ramesh Damani says markets will rally until elections

P Chidambaram's interim budget lived up to predictions that it would be a non-event for markets, with the BSE's Ramesh Damani saying the numbers are nothing to scare the market, especially since there were no new populist schemes announced. #GDP #Emerging markets #P. Chidambaram #Rupee #fiscal deficit #markets #Current Account Deficit #2014 Lok Sabha Elections #Vote on account #interim budget
Budget 2014 Rangarajan says achieving 4.1% fiscal deficit tall order

Feb 17, 2014

Budget 2014 Rangarajan says achieving 4.1% fiscal deficit tall order

Finance Minister P Chidambaram seems to have hit the right notes with his 2014 Interim Budget, pegging the fiscal deficit for 2013-14 at 4.6 percent of the GDP, well below the red line of 4.8 percent. The year's current account deficit will be contained at $45 billion. #GDP #Finance minister #P. Chidambaram #fiscal deficit #Tax #Current Account Deficit #excise duty #Vote on account #interim budget
Current account deficit to be $45 bn this year Chidambaram

Feb 17, 2014

Current account deficit to be $45 bn this year Chidambaram

The government had increased customs duty on gold thrice in 2013 to 10 percent and the RBI had imposed a series of curbs on inward shipments of the yellow metal. #Economy #Numbers #India #P. Chidambaram #Current Account Deficit #Vote on account
As Rahul keeps country busy, Rajan springs a 25 bps hike surprise

Jan 29, 2014

As Rahul keeps country busy, Rajan springs a 25 bps hike surprise

The policy statement has several references to the Patel committee and points to the glide path for disinflation suggested by it, wherein the objective is to have an 8 percent CPI by January 2015 and below 6 percent CPI level by January 2016. #Inflation #GDP #RBI #Reserve Bank of India #Repo rate #WPI #Raghuram Rajan #Current Account Deficit #PolicyWatch #PMEAC #CPI #Urjit Patel #Policy rate #MSF #Mid Quarter Review
RBI expects CAD to decline to 2.5%, raises hope of gold import duty cut

Jan 28, 2014

RBI expects CAD to decline to 2.5%, raises hope of gold import duty cut

There is pressure on the government to reduce import duty on gold and relax inward shipment of the metal. The government had raised the customs duty on gold in phases from 4 percent to 10 percent in 2013 to check CAD. #Economy #Inflation #Gold #P. Chidambaram #RBI #Reserve Bank of India #FDI #Raghuram Rajan #Current Account Deficit #PolicyWatch #CAD
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