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Dec 04, 2018
India's GDP likely to recover in Q4 of FY19; third quarter may remain slow, says Niti Aayog vice chairmanThe growth in GDP in July-September is the lowest in three quarters but better than 6.3 percent in the same period of the previous year.
Nov 26, 2018
Banks may stay away from NBFC, HFC bonds under special window: India RatingsIt expects that PCE-backed bond issuances by NBFCs and HFCs, which are subordinated instruments for banks, will take time to take off.
Nov 07, 2016
Politics may be hidden factor in S&P's no-change credit rating outlook for IndiaRecent actions such as a disciplining of either media entities or NGOs are bound to be watched keenly by international ratings agencies
Nov 03, 2016
S&P's decision to hold India rating for 2 yrs hits Modi govt where it hurts the mostWith S&P ruling out any rating upgrade for two more years, the NDA government seems to be running out of luck on this count
Sep 22, 2016
Finance Ministry pitches for rating upgrade with Moody's citing reformsIndia’s sovereign rating by Moody’s stands at ‘Baa3’, the lowest investment grade—just a notch above ‘junk’ status.
Jan 10, 2014
CAD could narrow to within 1% of GDP in Q3: Rating agenciesIndia's exports grew 3.49 percent in December to USD 26.3 billion, while imports dipped 15.25 per cent which helped narrow the trade deficit to USD 10.1 billion compared with USD 17.5 billion in the same period of 2012.
May 17, 2013
Govt says 'nothing to worry' despite S&P's threat to downgrade IndiaWhile retaining India's sovereign rating at 'BBB-' with a negative outlook citing high fiscal and current account deficits, S&P said there is at least a one-in-three likelihood of a downgrade within the next 12 months.
Dec 04, 2012
Reforms hurdle, slowdown can lead to India downgrade: FitchFitch said several of the proposals announced by the government require legislative approval and policy reversals cannot be ruled out.
Jun 12, 2012
S&P downgrade and India's return to Slumdog statusIndia suffers from an Azhar syndrome. We have taken our prosperity for granted, and ignored the possibility that we could go back to Slumdog status
Apr 25, 2012
S&P rattles govt and markets but is it really saying something new?Slow growth, stubborn inflation, a huge CAD and a mammoth govt borrowing programme to fund a large deficit have been highlighted by several economists. S&P has just formalised these concerns.