World Bank ease of doing business ranking: Higher FDI inflows is okay, but why is it not boosting economic growth?
Gross fixed capital formation (GFCF), which is an indicator of investment in the economy, has also been going down steadily – from 34.31 percent of GDP in 2011-12 to 28.5 percent in 2017-18
Core sector growth slows down to 4-month low of 4.3% in September as production of crude oil, natural gas declines
Eight infrastructure sectors of coal, crude oil, natural gas, refinery products, fertilisers, steel, cement and electricity had grown by 4.7 percent in September 2017.
Maybe the oil economics which becomes clearer next month will give final direction for the rupee as well as future inflation.
Sensex slips 71 points on negative economic data, weak rupee; Nifty trades lower; HUL, ICICI among top losers
The Sensex after reclaiming the 35,000-mark fell 71 points to quote at 34,662.73 on Monday
Industrial production growth slipped to a three-month low of 4.3 percent in August mainly due to a sharp decline in the mining sector output and poor offtake of capital goods, according to the Central Statistics Office (CSO) data.
GDP data showing high economic growth during UPA years 'not official estimates', says Ministry of Statistics
The Ministry of Statistics said that the GDP data released this week that indicates that the country did well economically during the UPA years are not the "official estimates"
RBI policy: Urjit Patel and Co. are looking to keep inflation on a short leash; the show isn’t over as yet
Going ahead, the inflation trajectory will hold the key for monetary policy formulation, as concerns on growth have clearly taken a backseat.
RBI policy meeting: With core inflation remaining sticky, MPC has good enough reason not to delay a rate hike
If a rate hike needs to be done, it’s better to do it now rather than delaying it, and thus making the policy course clear to the financial markets.
Sensex slips from record on profit-booking, Nifty closes above 11,000 ; realty, FMCG, healthcare, bank stocks fall
The BSE Sensex retreated from a record high to end flat at 36,541.63 on Friday in volatile trade as investors booked profit in recent gainers despite firm global cues
Inflation hits 5 month high, IIP at 7-month low: Why the twin shocks present a tough dilemma to the MPC
In an election year, when growth is on a slippery note, the RBI will face pressure to cut rates. But, if inflation continues to rise, rate hikes will be inevitable
The BSE Sensex pared its early record highs, though trading 84.11 points higher in late morning deals amid buying IT, Teck and Energy sectors ahead of Infosys' June quarter earnings scheduled later in the day
Industrial growth slips to 7-month low of 3.2% in May on sluggish performance of manufacturing and power sectors
Factory output growth measured in terms of the Index of Industrial Production (IIP) was revised down to 4.8 percent in April from previous estimates of 4.9 percent
The BSE Sensex surged 209 points to close at an over four-month high of 35,692.524 on Tuesday, taking positive leads from the global markets as investors largely welcomed a historic summit between the US and North Korea
Revised GDP calculation: Ministry of statistics says it follows best international practices to compute macro data
The Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSPI) was responding to a media report alleging that the revised GDP series has made it impossible to compare the new growth data with the progress made during the UPA years.
Despite moderation in factory output growth in March, India's GDP is expected to grow by 7.7 percent in January-March, up from 7.2 percent in the preceding quarter, says a Nomura report.
Economy beginning to look good with IIP at 7%, CPI inflation at 5-month low, but not time to lower guard yet
Several indicators for the economy appear to be showing signs of improvement which gives reason to be sanguine about next year.
Maintaining high growth for a fourth month in a row, industrial production grew in February 2018, from a year-ago. But, February's IIP print was a tad lower than January 2018's growth rate.
January IIP at 7.5%: Good news is consumption story is back after a long gap, but what’s with magic of ‘antacids’?
January IIP growth of 7.5% looks good compared with the December number of 7.1 percent and 3.5 percent recorded in the same month previous year
Index of Industrial Production (IIP) had grown at 7.1 percent in December 2017, according to the data released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) on Monday
Pick up in factory output and slowing inflation augurs well for the economy and, if sustains, can support the revival in GDP growth