How bad really is the fiscal situation?
At this point, it makes sense to bite the bullet. Govt can fret over deficit after growth has picked up.
What is fiscal glide path?
As calls get shriller for the government to loosen its purse strings and ignore its fiscal glide path at a time wh...
Not for fiscal tightening, says Abhijit Banerjee
Ahead of the budget, Nobel laureate Abhijit Banerjee Saturday said he would not support “fis...
Auto industry seeks bold fiscal measures in the Budget to revive growth
The sector — suffering for a year now — reported its worst-ever sales decline in two decades during 2019.
Fiscal deficit may widen to 3.7-4% of GDP: Ex-fin secy
He estimated that the real fiscal deficit would be around 4.5 per cent to 5 per cent of GDP.
Bajaj Finance logs best ever quarterly profit, spike in provisions: Key takeaways
The quarter was also marked by stellar growth in rural lending and deposits.
Tata Asset spots an opportunity in fiscal squeeze
“A large part of India’s value stocks are state-owned enterprises,“ said Rahul Singh.
RBI should act as lender of last resort, provide liquidity to NBFCs: SBI
In its report on Budget expectations, the economists said RBI should "seriously think" of providing liquidity to NBFCs against the assets held by the lenders. "Given the crisis of confidence in the financial markets, it is imperative that central banks don't forget their primary function of being the lender of the last resort," they said.
Budget 2020: Is it time for a more realistic disinvestment target?
India needs more realistic disinvestment targets so that the fiscal math is not affected towards the end.
Markets eye improved transparency in Budget: Report
The report noted that fiscal deficit in the first eight months of FY20, stood at 15 per cent above target.
FY20 deficit likely to be 4.5-5% of GDP: Ex-Fin Secy
Former finance secretary Subhash Garg has said India's real fiscal deficit in FY20 is likely to be higher at 4.5-5% of GDP due to an expected shortfall in revenue, and higher spending.
Budget 2020: Can government afford to miss its fiscal deficit target?
A number of experts have revised their fiscal deficit target for current fiscal. Fitch has raised the fiscal deficit target to 3.6 per cent for FY20. The data released by the Controller General of Accounts showed that the government had reached 115 per cent of the target for the full year in the first eight months of the current fiscal.
Fitch says HPCL refining margins to fall in current fiscal
HPCL, it said, is highly strategic to ONGC's vertical integration strategy, and its refining capacity, along with its large fuel retail network, increases ONGC's downstream integration, making the company India's third-largest oil-refining and fuel-marketing company.
Mahindra Finance Q3 profit rises 16% to Rs 475 crore
Consolidated income of the company was up 14 per cent at Rs 3,081 crore.
Services in spotlight after Apple stock market value hits $1.4 trillion
Apple's market capitalization briefly exceeded $1.4 trillion last Wednesday for the first time.
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