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Coronavirus Lockdown: Eight core sector output contracts by record 38.1% in April; cement falls 86%, steel by 84%
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Coronavirus Lockdown: Eight core sector output contracts by record 38.1% in April; cement falls 86%, steel by 84%

The output of eight core infrastructure industries shrank by a record 38.1 per cent in April due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown, according to the official data

Eight core sectors growth up 5.5% in February, highest in 11 months; coal, refinery products and electricity output up
Business

Eight core sectors growth up 5.5% in February, highest in 11 months; coal, refinery products and electricity output up

Eight core sector industries recorded a growth of 5.5 percent in February, highest in 11-months, mainly due to healthy expansion in output of coal, refinery products and electricity, according to a government data released on Tuesday

Core sector output shrinks for fourth consecutive month by 1.5% in November; refinery, fertilizers production up
Business

Core sector output shrinks for fourth consecutive month by 1.5% in November; refinery, fertilizers production up

The core sector for October had contracted to 5.8 percent from the 5.1 percent contraction seen in September.

Core sector growth shrinks 5.2% in September: With economy showing more signs of stress, Q2 GDP set to be damp squib
Business

Core sector growth shrinks 5.2% in September: With economy showing more signs of stress, Q2 GDP set to be damp squib

The core sector contributes 40% of the weight of Index of Industrial Production (IIP) hence that number for the month too is expected to take a hit.

Eight core infrastructure sector grows at 6.7% in January; cement, refinery output zoom
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Eight core infrastructure sector grows at 6.7% in January; cement, refinery output zoom

The eight core sectors -- coal, crude oil, natural gas, refinery products, fertilisers, steel, cement and electricity -- had grew by 4.2 percent in December and 7.4 percent in November this financial year.

GDP data key highlights: India's economy grows at 7.2% in third quarter; a booster shot for Narendra Modi govt
Business

GDP data key highlights: India's economy grows at 7.2% in third quarter; a booster shot for Narendra Modi govt

A strong GDP reading could lift domestic shares, and boost the rupee, which has been Asia’s second weakest currency this year, losing about 1.6 percent against the dollar.

Core sectors' growth hits over 1-year high of 6.8% in November; steel, cement in demand
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Core sectors' growth hits over 1-year high of 6.8% in November; steel, cement in demand

The output growth for the month under review is highest since October 2016, when these core sectors had witnessed 7.1 percent rise

Bharat 22 ETF opened on bourses: Arun Jaitley says 6 core sectoral companies make index diversified
Business

Bharat 22 ETF opened on bourses: Arun Jaitley says 6 core sectoral companies make index diversified

In Bharat 22 ETF, shares of government companies represent 6 core sectors of economy

GST rollout impact: Sensex rises above 31,000 at open as investors cheer reform, supports weak rupee
Business

GST rollout impact: Sensex rises above 31,000 at open as investors cheer reform, supports weak rupee

It was domestic equities with a higher start that came to the rescue and limited the rupee's losses

Core sector industries grow 5% in March on higher coal, steel output
Business

Core sector industries grow 5% in March on higher coal, steel output

Coal production increased by 10 percent in March 2017 (2.5 percent a year ago) and steel by 11 percent (7.8 percent)

Core sector growth slips to over 1-year low of 1% in February
Business

Core sector growth slips to over 1-year low of 1% in February

Commenting on the data, rating agency ICRA said: "We expect the IIP to post a subdued volume growth in February 2017."

Oct-Dec GDP at 7%: Five questions the CSO needs to answer in the Q3 numbers
Business

Oct-Dec GDP at 7%: Five questions the CSO needs to answer in the Q3 numbers

The government’s statisticians should connect the missing dots and explain the numbers

Core sector registers growth, up 4.9% in November
Business

Core sector registers growth, up 4.9% in November

The growth rate of eight infrastructure sectors -- coal, crude oil, natural gas, refinery products, fertilisers, steel, cement and electricity -- was 0.6 percent in November 2015. It stood at 6.6 percent in October 2016.

Core sectors growth slows down to 2.6% in August
Business

Core sectors growth slows down to 2.6% in August

The growth of eight core sectors slowed down to 2.6 per cent in August mainly due to contraction in steel output.

Eight core industries grow by 5.8% in Aug boosted by strong coal, power output
Economy

Eight core industries grow by 5.8% in Aug boosted by strong coal, power output

The sectors of coal, cement and electricity grew by 13.4 per cent, 10.3 per cent and 12.6 per cent, respectively, in the month under review

Growth of 8 core sector industries slows to 1.7% in November
Economy

Growth of 8 core sector industries slows to 1.7% in November

According to the data released by the government, the output of eight infrastructure industries in April-November grew by a mere 2.5 percent against 6.7 percent in the same period of the last fiscal.

 Core sector growth slows down to 1.8% in November
Economy

Core sector growth slows down to 1.8% in November

Reflecting slowdown, the growth of eight core sectors slipped to four-month low of 1.8 percent in November, mainly due to contraction in production of natural gas, coal and cement.

Core sector slows in August with  2.1 percent growth
Economy

Core sector slows in August with 2.1 percent growth

Eight core industries grew at a slower pace of 2.1% in August, as against 3.8% in the same month last year due to negative growth in crude oil, natural gas, fertiliser and cement.

Eight core sector industries grow by 0.1% in Oct
Economy

Eight core sector industries grow by 0.1% in Oct

Growth of eight infrastructure industries slowed down to 0.1 percent in October this year, from 7.2 percent expansion witnessed in the same month last year.