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Rupee rises 17 paise to 68.86 versus dollar in early trade; reports about Trump-Jinping talks, CAD support domestic currency
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Rupee rises 17 paise to 68.86 versus dollar in early trade; reports about Trump-Jinping talks, CAD support domestic currency

The rupee opened on strong at 68.96, then gathered momentum and rose to a high of 68.86 against the US dollar

CAD inches up to 2.1% at $57.2 bn in FY19, but more than halves in Q4; net services receipts increase 5.8% to $21.3 bn
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CAD inches up to 2.1% at $57.2 bn in FY19, but more than halves in Q4; net services receipts increase 5.8% to $21.3 bn

Overall trade performance was the prime influencer for both the contraction in CAD for the March quarter as well as a widening for the full year.

Union Budget 2019: Fiscal deficit a key parameter to measure govt's performance, but cannot allow to grow beyond a level
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Union Budget 2019: Fiscal deficit a key parameter to measure govt's performance, but cannot allow to grow beyond a level

Deficit differs from debt, which is an accumulation of yearly deficits. A fiscal deficit is regarded by some as a positive economic event.

With high GDP growth, Modinomics works without compromising on fiscal discipline or inflation, argues BJP economist
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With high GDP growth, Modinomics works without compromising on fiscal discipline or inflation, argues BJP economist

It is amply clear now that revisions in the GDP numbers have happened regularly, even during erstwhile Congress-led dispensations.

New govt faces challenges of arresting slowdown, creating jobs and tackling bad loan woes of banks: Economists
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New govt faces challenges of arresting slowdown, creating jobs and tackling bad loan woes of banks: Economists

After a landslide victory at the general election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi faces the immediate challenge of arresting a slowdown in the world's sixth largest economy

DHFL is no IL&FS yet, but it isn’t far from getting there unless a Santa shows up with bag full of good money
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DHFL is no IL&FS yet, but it isn’t far from getting there unless a Santa shows up with bag full of good money

DHFL’s scheduled aggregate cash outflows (including loan repayment and securitisation payouts) till July 2019 remain high, at around Rs 8,400 crore.

Gold imports increase 54% to $3.97 bn in April; trade deficit widens to five-month high amid concerns of CAD
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Gold imports increase 54% to $3.97 bn in April; trade deficit widens to five-month high amid concerns of CAD

India is the largest importer of gold, which mainly caters to the demand of the jewellery industry.

Consumers face post-election fuel price shock as domestic prices allowed to lag, economy could be hit
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Consumers face post-election fuel price shock as domestic prices allowed to lag, economy could be hit

State-run fuel suppliers and retailers have held off passing on to consumers the higher prices during a staggered general election

Rupee tumbles 22 paise against dollar on rising global crude prices, fresh demand for greenbacks
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Rupee tumbles 22 paise against dollar on rising global crude prices, fresh demand for greenbacks

A possible increase in fuel prices due to the US sanctions on Iranian crude exports can have adverse impacts on the current account deficit (CAD), the rupee and inflation, according a Care Ratings report.

Gold imports decline 3% to $32.8 bn in 2018-19 on softening price of yellow metal in world markets
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Gold imports decline 3% to $32.8 bn in 2018-19 on softening price of yellow metal in world markets

India is one of the largest gold importers in the world, and the imports mainly take care of demand from the jewellery industry.

CAD widens to 2.5% of GDP in October-December quarter on higher trade deficit: RBI data
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CAD widens to 2.5% of GDP in October-December quarter on higher trade deficit: RBI data

The country's current account deficit widened to 2.5 percent of GDP in the third quarter of the current fiscal from 2.1 percent a year ago, primarily on account of a higher trade deficit, the RBI said on Friday

Rupee likely to depreciate further to 78 per dollar in 2019 on widening fiscal and current account deficits: Report
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Rupee likely to depreciate further to 78 per dollar in 2019 on widening fiscal and current account deficits: Report

According to Karvy, this is expected to be a "mixed year" for the commodities and currencies market and the rupee may depreciate further

Merchandise exports to surpass $314 bn peak this year; pharma, engineering, petroleum products contribute to growth
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Merchandise exports to surpass $314 bn peak this year; pharma, engineering, petroleum products contribute to growth

Pharma, engineering products, petroleum products, gems and jewellery, leather products and even textiles would be among sectors that contribute to the growth in the exports, Wadhawan said.

10YearChallenge: Indian economy too posts her throwback pics and she looks fit, but not all is well
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10YearChallenge: Indian economy too posts her throwback pics and she looks fit, but not all is well

Though GDP is the first thing that comes to mind while discussing the economy, economists generally attach more significance to the per capita income

Crude price surge can upset nation's key macro-stability parameters: RBI study
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Crude price surge can upset nation's key macro-stability parameters: RBI study

Since the country is heavily dependent on oil imports to the tune of over 80 percent for meeting its domestic demand, it remains susceptible to global crude price shocks.

Rupee strengthens 50 paise to 69.94 against dollar on persistent drop in crude prices
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Rupee strengthens 50 paise to 69.94 against dollar on persistent drop in crude prices

The rupee opened with strength at Rs 70.05 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange and advanced further to 69.87 against the US dollar.

CAD widens to 2.9% of GDP during Q2 on large trade deficit; net services receipts increase by 10.2%
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CAD widens to 2.9% of GDP during Q2 on large trade deficit; net services receipts increase by 10.2%

The CAD increased from $6.9 billion or 1.1 percent of GDP in the second quarter of 2017-18.

Current account deficit may widen to 3% in September quarter on higher crude prices, gold imports: ICRA
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Current account deficit may widen to 3% in September quarter on higher crude prices, gold imports: ICRA

India's current account deficit is likely to rise to 3 percent of GDP in the July-September quarter of current fiscal, from 2.4 percent in the preceding quarter, driven mainly by high crude oil prices, ICRA said

No liquidity crisis for any segments except gems and jewellery sector, says govt nominee on RBI board
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No liquidity crisis for any segments except gems and jewellery sector, says govt nominee on RBI board

The spike in the cost of funds is due to an increased risk perception, and not due to lack of liquidity in the system.