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Jul 12, 2016
Industrial production expands 1.2% in MayIndustrial production grew by 1.2 per cent in May after seeing a contraction in the previous month, mainly due to uptick in consumer durables output.
Jun 30, 2016
7th Pay Commission is just what the doctor ordered for tepid growthThe 7th Pay Commission is coming at the right time for us. While economists will fret about what it will do to the fiscal deficit or retail inflation, the chances are that they will be proved wrong.
May 02, 2016
Samsung is selling smartphones for Re 1 down payment as part of 'Make for India Celebrations'Korean smartphone giant Samsung has announced a bunch of discounts and offers as part of its Make for India Celebrations program that kicked off yesterday and will run till 15 May.
Jan 13, 2016
Decoding IIP decline: Recovery continues to be weak; watch out for inflationClearly any industrial revival is still very nascent
Jun 30, 2015
Demand is reviving and thank rural India, not urban, for greenshootsMany top-rated companies have moved to corporate bond market to raise funds over bank loans on account of lucrative interest rates.
Jan 12, 2015
CPI-IIP duet is still in tune: India Inc awaits public investment boosterThe CPI has risen a bit, but largely on the base effect; the IIP is if, and is waiting for a booster shot from the government to rise further in 2015.
Jan 09, 2015
Expect poor Q3 earnings: Plummeting commodity prices may hit India Inc's profitsIn what could act as a further flashpoint for equities that appear to have run into nervousness of late, most analysts have muted expectations from the set of third-quarter earnings India Inc will start reporting from tomorrow.
Dec 14, 2014
October IIP hits 3-year low: The figure may be overstating stressIf the government fails to deliver, the fate of Modi and his team wouldn't be too different from that of UPA.
Feb 17, 2014
Chidambaram cuts excise duty, brings cheer for consumer, auto industryThe Finance Minister cut indirect taxes across the board on conumer goods and in the auto sector.
Dec 03, 2013
Thanksgiving spends dip 2.9%; retailers hinge hopes on Cyber MondayCyber Monday comes after retailers' failed efforts to boost spending during the holiday weekend. But The National Retail Federation predicts that spending fell for the first time ever, down 2.9 percent to $57.4 billion, during the four days that ended Sunday.