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Jun 27, 2017
Minimum support price hike for kharif crops higher than last year, but still modest: NomuraMarket prices of some crops have gone below the MSP, which could discourage sowing, particularly in the case of pulses and oil seeds, Nomura said.
May 30, 2017
RBI likely to hold interest rate in June as growth recovery seen ahead: NomuraArray
May 18, 2017
GDP numbers likely to be revised higher: NomuraThe Central Statistical Office (CSO) revised India's wholesale price index (WPI) and industrial production (IP) series last week, changing the base year to 2011-12 (from 2004-05).
May 15, 2017
RBI to hold rates for now, 50 bps hike likely in 2018: NomuraNomura says RBI is looking through the current low inflation prints and may keep policy rates unchanged in 2017
May 08, 2017
Hudco's Rs 1,224 cr IPO opens today, 10.20% govt stake to be offloadedOut of the total outstanding loan of Rs 36,385 crore as on December 31, 2016, Hudco has financed 69 percent to urban infrastructure projects and 31 percent to housing sector
Apr 19, 2017
Investment bank Nomura sets up $92mn fund for fintech startupsInvestment bank Nomura has decided to set up a $92 million fund to assist start-ups, a senior official said.
Apr 05, 2017
Yogi Adityanath's Rs 36,359 cr farm loan waiver: Political points scored, but good economics goes for a tossLoan waiver isn’t the solution for farmer issues; there are many things the governments can do
Mar 07, 2017
Job creation vital for India to escape middle-income trapregardless of the validity of GDP figures, jobs are being created in the economy. The government's efforts to generate employment opportunities in rural areas seem to have been paying dividends.
Mar 03, 2017
Cracking the GDP puzzle: How data revisions helped the govt show a better numberDoubts surrounding India's GDP number just refuse to die down. With every new GDP number there is a chain of suspicions and denials
Mar 02, 2017
Freight and fridge sales: Economists seek GDP clues amid data doubtsSome economists are perplexed by figures showing growth in consumer spending hitting a four-year high, even as sales of beverages, home appliances and vehicles fell.