Lok Sabha Election 2019: Why investors want Narendra Modi back for another term rather than a fractured Congress-led coalition
The Indian economy's biggest disadvantage is its weak political Opposition that can’t offer a better roadmap for the economy than what the Narendra Modi-government has done so far
It is important that the government keeps an arm’s length with state-run banks to give them a free hand in business operations, said former SBI official Jayanta K Sinha
Rs 2.11 lakh cr bank recapitalisation: Are taxpayers going to bail out lenders looted by crony promoters?
If the recovery from defaulters is not followed up simultaneously, in effect, the taxpayer’s money is being used to compensate banks
Arun Jaitley's Rs 9 lakh cr booster dose: Much needed to revive economy but watch out for actions on ground
A big private consumption push could well come from the infrastructure push, which will boost demand not just in sectors like steel, cement and other industries involved in roads construction but also consumer goods
Bank recapitalisation, infra push, SME boost good news for economy but may not revive private investment
It is not surprising that the government has come out with its perspective on the state of the economy and the way ahead at a time when there is a substantial debate on how the country is placed.
Nine of the 21 state-run banks reported a net loss for the last financial year ended March. Thirteen had posted losses the previous financial year.
The real push needed is in rural spending through government investment. Has the Budget 2017-18 actually helped this cause?
One shouldn't be surprised if RBI governor Urjit Patel announces one more rate cut in December and make a comment that growth is a bigger concern now than inflation
As focus on cleaning up banks has intensified, credit growth has fallen to two-decade lows, threatening economic expansion and investment
at this stage India is both a ‘one-eyed King’ (a better economy but with own problems) in the land of blind (a world grappling with economic woes) and, in the same sense, a safe Island in choppy waters
The cement companies seem to be preparing for a boom period ahead
FDI liberalisation will come as a booster dose to basic push being given by government spending to revive the investment cycle
A slow and steady economic revival is seen
It bodes well for the country that the government has resorted for structural reforms rather than quick fixes to boost the economy
Swamy is on the wrong track with Rajan. Rajan is probably the best thing that happened to the Indian economy in a long time
Raghuram Rajan said "a bunch of good things have happened" in India, but there were "still some things to do"
The tentative signs of recovery face off against a wide range of risks present in both the domestic and global economies
if the good news on monsoon front turns out to be real, the Narendra Modi government may hit a jackpot this year on the economy front
Arun Jaitley asked the state governments to spend effectively in such a manner that there is "optimum use of resources without leakages"