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.
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.
Industry must back rational fiscal policy: Rajiv Kumar
Fiscal deficit for FY18 is budgeted at 3.5% of GDP while that for current fiscal at 3....
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%.
Fiscal road map review may be needed to bolster economy
The current road map seeks to bring down fiscal deficit to 3% of GDP by 2020-21.
Austerity hard to maintain, government debt in focus
The US budget deficit is now back up to 3.9 per cent of GDP, and is forecast to rise to 5.4 per cent by 2022
Australian shares rise on China stimulus, RBA cut hopes; NZ up
A boost to the Chinese economy augurs well for Australian miners.
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.
Budget 2019: Why Sitharaman doesn't have much leeway on fiscal deficit
While the need for stimulating growth is paramount, there is a limit to which fiscal deficit may be stretched.
Undeclared fiscal stimulus led to strong growth of companies: Sridhar Sivaram, Enam Holdings
“The Indian market's performance relative to its peers has been a standout.”
Will government's plan to issue sovereign bonds abroad yield the desired outcome?
The plan to raise funds from overseas markets by issuing sovereign bonds was announced in the Budget.
Budget 2019: It will be a tightrope walk for Nirmala Sitharaman
But, the combined effect of all these would be that the budget deficit may widen to 3.5 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2019-20 that began on April 1, instead of 3.4 per cent target.
BOJ cuts inflation view, keeps stimulus as risks to economy heighten
The BOJ warned the domestic economy faces risks on several fronts, including protectionism, Brexit and U.S. economic policy.
China stocks end nearly flat as trade woes offset stimulus hopes
The blue-chip CSI300 index slipped 0.1 per cent to 3,141.05 points.
View: Economic growth is the best antidote to the present trust deficit between govt and citizens
November brought more bad news, GDP growth slipping to 4.5% between June and September 2019.
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