Street may be starting to factor in rate hike possibility in 2020
The latest set of statistics seems to be changing the market perception on future rate action.
India Inc expecting budget to lower personal income tax rates
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will increase the income tax exemption limi...
EMs need to introspect, need alternative sources of growth: Jahangir Aziz
We are looking at 5% average growth in FY2020, going up to 5.5% in ...
GST compensation to 9 states put at Rs 70,000 Cr
Revenue collections from GST may fall short & compensation requirement of major states could jump.
Govt should provide strong stimulus package for economy: Kumar Mangalam Birla
"One of the things that it (govt) can also do is to give stronger fiscal stimulus,"Kumar Mangalam Birla said.
HSBC sees no space for fiscal stimulus
The brokerage expects India’s GDP to grow at 5.7 per cent in FY20.
What to do when what’s cheap is not safe, and what’s safe is not cheap
The credit and deposit growth in the banking system is down to single digits.
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.
Little room available for fiscal stimulus: RBI report
For states, fiscal outcome for 2018-19 may continue to be influenced by farm loan waivers.
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.
Bonds rally as government avoids large fiscal stimulus
The yield on the benchmark 10-year bond fell four basis points to 6.53 per cent.
Sectoral policy intervention in works, no fiscal stimulus
There will be relief to the sectors in stress through policy interventions like for the auto sector, the industry's demand for a separate refinance window under the RBI is being discussed.
India has limited room to ease fiscal policy due to high debt: Fitch
Fitch Ratings said the government has only limited room to ease fiscal policy because of high debt.
Low inflation a self-inflicted policy wound
Once the NBFC crisis dried up the financing sources, consumption fell precipitously.
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.
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