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Dec 05, 2019
Daily Bulletin: Voting begins in 15 seats vacated by Congress, JD(S) rebels in Karnataka; RBI MPC likely to slash repo rate for sixth time in a row; day's top storiesHere are day's top stories: Karnataka bypolls: Election for 15 seats vacated by Congress, JD(S) rebels today; contest ego battle for opposition, survival for BJP; P Chidambaram to hold presser at 12:30 pm, likely to attend Parliament today after bail in INX Media case ; and more
Dec 04, 2019
RBI monetary policy: MPC may be readying to fire its final weapon; likely a wrong one, aimed at a faraway targetThe MPC needs to be watchful of the inflation scenario. It cannot solely focus on growth, even if that would be what the ruling BJP government would want from the MPC at this juncture.
Oct 04, 2019
India's services sector contracts in September on weak demand; business optimism at its lowest in 2.5 yearsIt was the second month this year the index had fallen below the 50-mark separating growth from contraction—the last one being in June
Aug 21, 2019
Global recession, trade war fears grip Asian shares before Fed meeting, Jackson Hole seminarMuch depends on what the Fed does with US interest rates, making markets hyper-sensitive to the minutes, due later on Wednesday, of its last meeting
Nov 29, 2018
GDP back series data: Having a new base year is fine, but high growth post-demonetisation is surprisingThere can be no discussion on the new base year concept as it is globally accepted.
Dec 05, 2017
RBI looks set to keep policy rate on hold at 6% as retail inflation hits 7-month high, predicts pollWhile analysts rule out a cut now, some say the central bank could soften its tone somewhat and sound more accommodative.
Jul 05, 2013
June US job growth more than expected; will Fed scale back its monetary stimulus?Employers added 195,000 new jobs to their payrolls last month, the Labor Department said on Friday, while the unemployment rate held steady at 7.6 percent as more people entered the workforce.
Jun 21, 2013
Best of policy options: What Bernanke's masterstroke has achievedBy deflating potential asset bubbles - which he had long been accused of inflating - while leaving Fed officials with sufficient policy options to either add or take away from the asset purchase programme, Bernanke has secured for the Fed the best of policy options.
Jan 14, 2013
Yen at 2-year low as Japan PM stresses on stimulas to spur growthIn comments that came ahead of the BOJ's policy meeting on January 21-22, Abe said on Sunday that the BOJ must set a 2 percent inflation target and make it a medium-term goal rather than a long-term objective.
Sep 14, 2012
Indian stocks to rally on the back of monster US QE3 stimulusThe launch of QE3 is a double-edged sword for India. It will inflate asset values, but will also likely stoke inflation.