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Mar 13, 2019
January IIP at 1.7%: Why a consistent downward trend in factory output data over last few months is worryingThe IIP trend over last 6-8 months would perhaps put pressure on the Monetary Policy Committee to go for a sharper rate cut as early as in April to support growth.
Feb 15, 2019
Crude oil hits 2019 highs amid OPEC cuts, partial Saudi field outage; analysts say US output may riseThe international benchmark for crude oil prices is at a near 3-month high and set for a 4.5-percent gain for the week.
Jan 30, 2019
TCS says ready to take on slowdown, rules out job cuts; IT major confident of strong growth this yearTCS said it would prepare for a strong growth this year too and could survive downturn concerns through operational discipline besides bringing in cost cutting measures.
Jan 22, 2019
WEF summit opens amid gloomy outlook for global economy; meet calls for equitable, inclusive worldThe WEF annual meeting for 2019 began with crystal awards function and was followed by an opening concert.
Jan 21, 2019
IMF lowers global growth rate projections for 2019 to 3.5% citing slowdown in several advanced economiesGlobal growth in 2018 is estimated to be 3.7 percent, as it was last fall, but signs of a slowdown in the second half of 2018 have led to downward revisions for several economies, IMF said.
Jan 10, 2019
Toll collections may witness double-digit growth in FY'20 on rise in commercial vehicle sales, WPI: ICRATypically, commercial vehicles account for around 65-70 percent of the total vehicular movement on a majority of national highways.
Jan 04, 2019
Crisis to crimp operating profits of NBFCs by up to 0.5%; non-bank lenders build extra liquidity buffers to tackle crisis: StudyAs the going gets tough, all the NBFCs have started building extra liquidity buffers, which will narrow the net interest margins by up to 0.15 percent, thereby impacting the profitability, it said.
Dec 04, 2018
RBI likely to hold interest rates steady as inflation, growth soften; to continue liquidity infusionIntense government pressure on the RBI to remove some major curbs on lending ahead of the election also means it is likely to take a more dovish stance.
Jan 03, 2018
Why robust sales of large trucks, higher rural demand for FMCG signal good news on economyCommercial vehicle sales have been on an upswing for at least three months now, indicating a slow but sure turnaround in the economy
Oct 16, 2017
GST glitches, cash shortage hit shopping, traders see sharp 40% fall in pre-Diwali sales across countryWith just 3 days for Diwali, "markets across the country are gloomy, having a deserted look with very less festivity and less foot fall of the consumers", CAIT said.