We are not done with stimulus: Nirmala Sitharaman on reviving economy
A personal income tax rate cut for Sitharaman would be difficult at this juncture.
Govt should provide strong stimulus package for economy: Kumar Mangalam Birla
"One of the things that it (govt) can also do is to give strong...
Japan unveils USD 120 billion stimulus package
The package is also aimed at helping alleviate the impact of a recent tax hike and survive a p...
View: Strong fiscal stimulus must accompany monetary easing to revive growth
Monetary policy is far more effective in dealing with rising inflation than with a growth slowdown.
Japan stocks end higher ahead of US payrolls data
The Nikkei index ended up 0.23 per cent to 23,354.40.
RBI may wait for Budget announcements before taking rate cut decision
“The forthcoming union budget will also provide better insight into further measures to be undertaken by the government and its impact on growth. Against this backdrop, the MPC judged that there is monetary policy space for further action, but it felt it appropriate to take a pause at this juncture.”
Indian stock gains to be limited in 2020 as economy slows: Poll
Less than a fifth of strategists said fiscal stimulus was most likely to be a major driver.
Fiscal stimulus needed to revive India's stuttering economy: Analysts
Analysts say it's time to loosen strings & let fiscal deficit cross targetted 3.3% until economy is back on feet.
Japan stocks end higher on trade hopes, talk of fiscal spending
Nikkei index closed up 0.28 per cent at 23,437.77, with advancers in the IT sector.
IMF sees Indian economic growth rebounding to 7% next fiscal
International Monetary Fund sees the Indian economy rebounding to 7 per cent in the next fiscal year.
HSBC sees no space for fiscal stimulus
The brokerage expects India’s GDP to grow at 5.7 per cent in FY20.
India has worked on fundamentals, but problems needs to be addressed: IMF
Georgieva said India has seen a very strong growth over the past years. However, like the rest of the world, India is experiencing a slowdown. So slightly over six per cent is what we expect to see in 2019, the IMF managing director said.
Govt will be forced to slash spending this year too: Crisil's DK Joshi
"Fiscal policy doesn't have much space. Government is avoiding any fiscal stimulus to the economy and revenues are falling short. They will have to cut expenditure again just as they did last year unless they are able to realise a lot of money by privatisation or divestment or asset sales," Joshi said at an S&P Dow Jones Indices event.
IMF wants Indian government to be more credible, transparent on fiscal numbers
India should be more transparent on fiscal numbers as it is a laggard among G20 peers on this front, said IMF.
Fitch sees stimulus to lead to rise in deficit
The government will miss its budget gap goal by about 0.4 percentage points, Fitch said.
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