Govt should start spending now, fiscal targets can come later: Sunil Subramaniam
The next 3 months are clearly a wait and watch for market pundits, says Subramaniam.
Bond slide reflects fiscal jitters over farm stimulus
Fiscal deficit for the April-November period is already at about 115 per cent of the ye...
India faces `silent fiscal crisis' on tax gap, Modi adviser says
India is facing a silent fiscal crisis owing to a shortfall in tax revenues,...
Why RBI needs to sit out the impact of the interim budget before cutting rates
RBI would have put its head down and played by its motto: better safe than sorry.
Budget 2019: Sitharaman bets on easier credit not fiscal boost for faster growth
It was protectionist and inward-looking, seeking to reduce import dependence rather than increasing exports.
India’s reliance on Central Bank cash puts budget funding at risk
For Modi, finding the resources to fund recurring government expenses has turned out to be quite a task.
Nascent growth signs, govt must take structural reforms: Brickwork
The government has already proposed to spend Rs 13.6 lakh crore and Rs 19.5 lakh crore in the fiscal 2019-20 and 2020-21, respectively (as part of its Rs 102 lakh crore capital expenditure in infrastructure sectors during the fiscals 2020 to 2025), which is expected to boost the infrastructure activity significantly in the next fiscal.
Some sort of monetary stimulus may be expected: Amit Premchandani, UTI MF
Fiscal policy stimulus unlikely given the precarious fiscal situation, says the fund manager.
Aam stimulus for D-Street
Domestic institutional investors were net sellers of Rs 5 crore worth of shares.
Budget was fiscally prudent and will help medium-term India story: Adrian Mowat
We have passed the sweet spot. Markets were due for a bit of correction and that is happening.
FM likely to adhere to 3.4% fiscal deficit target: Indranil Sengupta
Sengupta supports the idea of having a higher fiscal deficit to support growth.
BOJ signals readiness to combine steps if more stimulus needed
Years of heavy money printing have failed to fire up inflation to its 2 percent target and left it with little ammunition to fight the next recession.
Bad start to September F&O series, but history offers hope
Experts believe that the measures to boost the economy may prove to be inadequate.
Bonds aren't budging in India even as Goldman sees more easing
On Tuesday, the benchmark 10-year yield fell four basis points at 6.52%.
RBI warns govt against a loose fiscal policy to drive growth
With combined deficit of 6 per cent, fiscal stance is hardly tight, says Urjit Patel.
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