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Dec 14, 2017
US Fed raises rate by 25 bps, keeps 2018 policy outlook unchanged; Trump tax cuts seen short-term boostThe expected fiscal stimulus, coming on the heels of a flurry of relatively bullish data, cleared the way for the US central bank to raise rates by a quarter of a percentage point to a range of 1.25 percent to 1.50 percent. It was the third rate hike this year.
Dec 04, 2017
Donald Trump endorses Roy Moore; Alabama Senate nominee faces allegations of sexually assaulting teenagersDonald Trump endorsed embattled Republican Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race, looking past sexual misconduct allegations against the GOP candidate.
Nov 10, 2017
GST Council meeting updates: Arun Jaitley says tax rate cut on 178 items applicable from 15 NovemberThis GST Council meeting is a crucial one and many more steps are expected to be taken to ease the pain for small business men
Oct 26, 2016
Donald Trump is not the man we need: Hillary ClintonThough admitting a need for change in the US, Democratic Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton told US citizens in Lake Worth, Florida, to avoid Donald Trump's dark and divisive change
Mar 06, 2012
Budget 2012: Tax hikes are practically inevitableGiven the ballooning fiscal deficit, it looks almost inevitable that taxes will be raised to boost government revenues in the new financial year. Tax hikes, however, carry the risk of slowing economic growth even further.
Feb 10, 2012
Budget 2012 should avoid sector-specific tax cuts: IMFCapital spending should also be a priority as removing road blocks to facilitate infrastructure is important, said Laura Papi, division chief - Asia and Pacific department of the International Monetary Fund.
Oct 10, 2011
Thomas Sargent and Christopher Sims win Nobel economics prizeThe prize committee said the winners have developed methods for answering questions such as how economic growth and inflation are affected by a temporary increase in the interest rate or a tax cut.