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Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex surges over 600 points, Nifty above 9,050-level; HDFC, Tata Steel among major gainers
Business

Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex surges over 600 points, Nifty above 9,050-level; HDFC, Tata Steel among major gainers

Stock Market Latest Updates: Sensex surges over 600 points, Nifty above 9,050-level; HDFC, Tata Steel among major gainers

Citizenship mayhem is perfect smokescreen for government to hide real economic issues, but the clock is ticking
Business

Citizenship mayhem is perfect smokescreen for government to hide real economic issues, but the clock is ticking

Gita Gopinath’s comment should serve as a big warning to the Narendra Modi government to get its focus back on economy.

Missing consumer expenditure survey: Everyone knows what the numbers signal; opaqueness will only widen trust deficit
Business

Missing consumer expenditure survey: Everyone knows what the numbers signal; opaqueness will only widen trust deficit

One just needs to look at the sales figures of auto makers, FMCG companies and state of the manufacturing and construction sector to understand where does the consumer confidence indicators point at this stage.

P Chidambaram flays govt over economic indicators; says imports, exports down, bank credit declined, no new investment
Business

P Chidambaram flays govt over economic indicators; says imports, exports down, bank credit declined, no new investment

Chidambaram, the former finance minister, said he has asked his family to tweet, giving two more economic indicators for the people to draw their own conclusions

China's industrial profits suffer first drop in three years; trade dispute with US piles pressure on manufacturing sector
Business

China's industrial profits suffer first drop in three years; trade dispute with US piles pressure on manufacturing sector

In November, China’s factory price growth slowed to the weakest pace in two years as domestic demand lost further momentum.

US commerce dept not to publish economic data during shutdown; new home sales figures release to be postponed: Report
Business

US commerce dept not to publish economic data during shutdown; new home sales figures release to be postponed: Report

A commerce department official said previously that new home sales data scheduled for release on Thursday would be postponed as long as the partial government shutdown continued.

GDP back series data: New numbers do not pass the basic smell test; mess of the past has just got worsened
Business

GDP back series data: New numbers do not pass the basic smell test; mess of the past has just got worsened

The biggest takeaway from this GDP back series data is that the economic growth between 2004-2005 and 2011-2012, and the economic growth between 2011-2012 and 2017-2018, was more or less the same.

Sensex crosses 32,000: Here are four charts that belie the stock market's exuberance
Business

Sensex crosses 32,000: Here are four charts that belie the stock market's exuberance

Tepid growth in IIP and GDP, corporate investment is shrinking, bank credit growth is at multi-decade low but Sensex at 32,000. Here's what is missing

Prime Minister Narendra Modi says India's macro-economic indicators improved in last three years
Business

Prime Minister Narendra Modi says India's macro-economic indicators improved in last three years

Modi said by paying subsidies directly to the poor rather than indirectly through price concessions, India achieved large fiscal savings.

In Malaysia, PM Modi extols virtues of Indian economy; calls Asean 'natural partner' for India
World

In Malaysia, PM Modi extols virtues of Indian economy; calls Asean 'natural partner' for India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that India was doing well in almost every economic indicator. "By almost every economic indicator, India is doing better than we (NDA government) took office 18 months ago," Modi said in his address to the Asean Business and Investment Summit on the first day of his four-day visit to Malaysia and Singapore

Economy during Modi's first year as PM: Check out what changed and what didn't
Business

Economy during Modi's first year as PM: Check out what changed and what didn't

Modi cannot run the show on his own. He has to take into account not just his colleagues, but even the Opposition.

Sure, Modi's 1 year has got green shoots holding up but there are problems looming
Business

Sure, Modi's 1 year has got green shoots holding up but there are problems looming

The Modi government can take heart over better numbers but rejoicing over these should not lead complacency

World's leading economies lag behind in natural capital
Economy

World's leading economies lag behind in natural capital

An index released ahead of the G20 summit in Brazil showed that large economies of the world have lower growth of natural assets such as forest cover, water and fisheries.

Bonds prices fall, rupee weakens as inflation rises to 7.55%
Economy

Bonds prices fall, rupee weakens as inflation rises to 7.55%

The bond prices and Indian stocks fell following inflation rise to 7.55 percent. The BSE sensex fell 0.2 percent following these numbers.

Hiring picks up in April, social services lead
Economy

Hiring picks up in April, social services lead

The Monster Employment Index, a monthly gauge of online job demand, rose to 129 last month from 124 in March. The index climbed by same rate as compared to April 2011.

March inflation rises to 6.89% year on year, dips vs Feb
Economy

March inflation rises to 6.89% year on year, dips vs Feb

India's wholesale price index (WPI) rose a faster-than-expected 6.89 percent in March from a year earlier, mainly driven by higher food prices, government data showed on Monday.

Food inflation hits 12.21%. Here's why it will stay high
Economy

Food inflation hits 12.21%. Here's why it will stay high

Food inflation is showing no sign of slowing down, going by the weekly data released on Thursday. Food articles account for a 14.34 percent weight in the wholesale price index (WPI).