IIP contracts for second consecutive month: Economy goes into a tailspin; $5 tn target is distant dream unless out-of-box measures are taken now
The signs of further weakness in the Indian economy are emerging from every high-frequency data indicator.
Industrial production contracts at fastest pace in over seven years at 4.3% in September; consumer durables, non-durables register negative growth
The power generation sector output dipped 2.6 percent in September, compared to 8.2 percent growth in the year-ago period.
Now that BJP's kept Article 370, Ayodhya promise, high time govt focused on crashing economy, job generation, low investor confidence
The April-June GDP figure came at lowest in 7 years, gave a shocker to the economy.
Moody's message to Narendra Modi govt: Focus on land and labour reforms, regain trust of private investors
Moody's has acknowledged the measures the government has announced so far to boost the economy but has cautioned that these steps may not be enough to reverse the course of the slowdown.
New base year for GDP series to be decided in a few months, govt awaits industries, consumer expenditure surveys
The decision to change the base year (of GDP) would be taken in the next few months, said .
August IIP contracts by 1.1%, lowest in seven years on dismal performance of manufacturing, capital and consumer goods
Industrial output shrank at its lowest rate in more than six years in August, reflecting the impact of an economic slowdown that could prompt the central bank to cut its key policy rate for the sixth time in December
Core sector growth in negative zone for first time in 4 years: Economy is slowing, but here are four ways government can arrest slowdown
There is a likelihood that there will be some revival in the consumer spending in the next two months on account of the festive season demand, which could offer some relief to the economy.
FPIs turn net buyers, infuse Rs 1,841 cr in first half of September; inflows triggered by improving investor sentiment
FPIs withdrew a net amount of Rs 2,031.02 crore from equities but put in Rs 3,872.19 crore in the debt segment during 3-13 September.
Economic slowdown: Manufacturing growth sluggish at 7%, share in GDP stagnant at 16%; urgent need of more than just a policy overhaul
With the RBI softening its policy rates for the fourth consecutive time in 2019, and Banks expected to pass on these rate reductions, there is hope for uptick in credit flow to key manufacturing industrie
Markets to eye industrial production, inflation data in holiday-truncated week; auto stocks may remain in limelight: Analysts
Investors would watch out for industrial production, inflation number and manufacturing production data scheduled to come on Thursday for further cues.
Industrial production growth slips to four-month low of 2% in June on poor show by mining and manufacturing sectors
Industrial production growth dropped to 2 percent in June, mainly on account of the poor show by mining and manufacturing sectors, according to official data released on Friday
Sensex tanks 500 points as scrapping of Article 370 spooks investors; a reminder why govt shouldn't lose focus on sinking economy
Sensex fell intra-day to over 700 points after the government revoked the controversial Article 370 that gave a special status to J&K
Economy shows signs of structural slowdown: Govt must work on urgent stimulus plan that Budget couldn’t deliver
There is no immediate respite seen for the economy till now. The signs of deeper trouble are flashing continuously indicating that the slowdown is turning structural in nature.
Retail inflation rises eight-month high to 3.18% in June on higher food prices; IIP growth slows to 3.1% in May
Retail inflation rate hit an eight-month high in June on higher food prices, the government said on Friday, but stayed below the RBI’s medium-term target of 4 percent for an eleventh straight month
Union Budget 2019: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to do a tightrope walk; giving tax relief to common man may be on the cards
The Budget is expected to boost spending at the cost of short-term slippage in fiscal deficit targets as Sitharaman lays down the Modi 2.0 government's road map for the economy
Union Budget 2019-20: What is Index of Industrial Production and how it helps govt chart future course of action
IIP is a composite indicator that measures the changes in the volume of production of a basket of industrial products during a given period with respect to the volume of production
Arvind Subramanian's claim on overestimation of GDP is exotic research confined to shelf; CSO should focus on improving robustness of data
It was expected that the EAC-PM would rebut the conclusions drawn by the former Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian
Inflation numbers well on track, but what Budget offers to revive industrial growth this year will be interesting to watch
Core inflation is the serious part that can be affected by monetary policy action and hence the direction becomes critical.
Retail inflation spikes to 7-month high of 3.05% in May on costlier food articles; factory output grows 3.4% in April
The previous high was in October 2018, when the retail inflation print came in at 3.38 percent.