RBI RATE CUT
Cut in personal tax possible: CLSA
Any cut in income tax rates will be seen as a boost for discretionary companies.
RBI to hold rates on inflation concerns, fiscal boost likely: Poll
All 42 economists said growth would gradually pick up in the next six mont...
Operation Twist IV: RBI buys Rs 10,000 crore bonds, sells Rs 2,950 crore debt
RBI received bids worth Rs 26,887 crore for two securities -- 7...
India's GDP to grow at 5.5% in FY21, says India Ratings
In recent months, the government has announced a number of steps to shore up the economic growth including a corporate tax rate cut.
Govt trying to address demand-side problem with supply-side measures: Madan Sabnavis, CARE Ratings
We really think the government will be able to stick to the fiscal deficit in 2021.
Bond yields surge on higher inflation, shares largely flat
The benchmark 10-year bond yield was up 7 basis points at 6.68 per cent by 0430 GMT.
View: With food and fuel consumer price index surges, it’s time to rethink the inflation target regime
Is inflation targeting right for India, and does it focus on the right target?
Retail inflation hits 7.35%: Experts still see 15-50 bps RBI rate cut
Food inflation rose to 14.12% in December 2019 as against -2.65% in the same month of 2018.
View: Rupee to stay subdued amid weak economic outlook
Participants will be keeping an eye on the WEF that could provide trigger to currencies.
Extra MPC meet likely, RBI may hold rates in February
The surge in inflation may lead to such an event. If inflation stays above the tolerance level, the MPC must take action. Although the MPC is mandated to meet at least four times, it can hold meetings more frequently.
A tax cut for you in Budget won't give India the boost it needs
To reverse the ongoing economic slowdown, the immediate priority is to stimulate demand in the system.
Retail inflation may force RBI to hold rates: Report
The RBI is scheduled to announce its next bi-monthly monetary policy on February 6.
$23 billion fund manager says RBI's Operation Twist is likely to fail
Inflation will probably remain elevated over the next six to 12 months, says Maneesh Dangi.
We’ve cut rates but you mustn’t miss targets, Modi tells taxmen
Officials were exhorted to meet the direct tax mop-up target of $187 bn, despite $20 bn of corporate tax cuts.
View: Operation Twist worked where rate cuts failed
On a net basis, with the commencement of Operation Twist, we expect a cooling down to equilibrium in rates, and a continuation of the brent-linked stability in the rupee.
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