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Aug 20, 2019, 06.35 AM IST
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July M&A value dips 52.7 per cent to USD 4.3 billion amid global trade tensions: Report

According to Grant Thornton's monthly M&A Dealtracker, as many as 39 deals worth USD 4.3 billion were reported in July against 49 transactions worth USD 9.1 billion in the year-ago period.

RBI governor says time other banks linked loans, deposits to repo rate

Das explained that the RBI has kept the external benchmarks in abeyance earlier because "we wanted to see how the market evolves.

India's fiscal deficit goals threatened by tax evasion as demand wanes

There have been many cases of bogus billings, tax evasion and fake invoicing, according to PwC.

View: Its the start of a structural problem, not a temporary cyclical one

Our manufacturing is jammed at a long-term low of 15% of GDP. Domestic demand has also slowed down.

Up in downturn: While the economic slowdown is taking root, manufacturing shows a different story

Some sectors like apparel, steel & food production bucked the trend in the manufacturing space.

Demand slowdown 'overblown', buyers moving online: Centrum

According to a report by brokerage firm Centrum, there is a behavioral shift among consumers as they are moving towards online purchases.

ANZ slashes forecast for India's GDP growth in 2019/20 to 6.2%

The bank's estimate of GDP growth is now well below the expectations of other banks, and a long way from the RBI's forecast of 6.9% forecast

Weak investment, muted monetary transmission big challenges for Indian economy: Goldman Sachs

The challenges for economy include weak investment, muted monetary transmission and slow GST collections.

Lukewarm Q1 results show economy is out of steam

While the Sept quarter may show weakness, analysts are hopeful of a recovery in the second half of the fiscal.

North eastern states witness over 30% growth in Apr-Jul GST collection

In absolute terms, the total tax collection during April-July of this fiscal year rose to Rs 3.56 lakh crore, as per the data accessed by .

WPI inflation in July slips to 25-month low of 1.08 per cent on cheaper food items, fuel

WPI inflation in July slips to 25-month low of 1.08 per cent on cheaper food items, fuel

The wholesale price index (WPI)-based inflation was at 2.02 per cent in June this year and 5.27 per cent in July 2018.

View: Tackle the factors that make India uncompetitive, long-term growth’s greatest threat

View: Tackle the factors that make India uncompetitive, long-term growth’s greatest threat

Politicians are giving no priority to restoring that competitiveness, and instead are falling back on protectionist nostrums, raising import duties on dozens of items year after year. This threatens to sink India’s long-term prospects.

CPI inflation marginally eases to 3.15% in July

CPI inflation marginally eases to 3.15% in July

India's retail inflation eased marginally to 3.15 % in July from 3.18% in June on the back of high food prices. The number, however, remained below RBI's 4% for the 12th straight month, despite recent interest rate cuts. Delayed monsoon had pushed the number to an 8-month high of 3.18 per cent in June.

July retail inflation at 3.15%, experts advise caution on floods

July retail inflation at 3.15%, experts advise caution on floods

As per the data released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO), the inflation in the food basket was 2.36 per cent in July, marginally up from 2.25 per cent in the previous month.

Food, fertiliser, urea, petroleum subsidies touch 51% of Budget Estimates

Food, fertiliser, urea, petroleum subsidies touch 51% of Budget Estimates

The Controller General of Accounts' (CGA) June figures show the actuals on these heads up to June end 2019 totalled Rs 1,51,824.24 crore on the Budget Estimates (BE) of Rs 2,96,684 crore.

India already received $13 billion foreign capital inflows: Goldman Sachs

India already received $13 billion foreign capital inflows: Goldman Sachs

While the Central Bank of India recently cut interest rates to stimulate the economy, the country's longer-term growth is underpinned by changing demographics.

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