LOW CARBON ECONOMY
Carbon-free hydrogen production needs multi-billion dollar subsidies to make it cost effective: research
Usage of carbon-free hydrogen is currently small and costs are high, slowing the deployment of hydrogen production, storage and transport infrastructure, which could help industries decarbonise.
Low oil prices don't mean much for India at this stage: Expert
Brent crude futures dropped to around USD 23 per barrel the lowest since Novem...
Oil hits 18-year low as lockdowns diminish demand
US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude fell $1.14, or 5.3%, to $20.37.
View: Corona lockdown is needed but it might put the economy on ventilator
The lockdown is justified. The Covid-19 coronavirus, which can grow exponentially, was stalled in China with the help of similar lockdowns. No wonder big parts of Europe and the US are following the same model to stop the virus, writes Chetan Bhagat.
BofA pegs FY21 CAD at 0% on crude oil plunge
BofA said RBI raising the ceiling for FPI investment in government bonds can help raise forex cover.
Bruised Indian economy to be battered further by coronavirus: Reuters poll
According to the Reuters poll of economists taken March 25-26, India's economy will expand just 4.0% annually on a year ago in the quarter that ends on March 31, the weakest since comparable records began in early 2012. India's informal sector, the backbone of the economy, will be hardest hit as economic activity comes to a standstill.
Coronavirus sinks U.S. business activity to record low: IHS Markit
U.S. business activity contracted further in March, hitting a record low as the coronavirus pandemic depressed activity in both the manufacturing and services sectors, bolstering economists' views that the economy was already in recession.
China's manufacturing rebounds as virus controls ease
China's manufacturing rebounded in March as authorities relaxed anti-disease controls and allowed factories to reopen, an official survey showed Tuesday, but an industry group warned the economy has yet to fully recover.
View: India isn't US, it must get its people back to work as soon as possible
Low income countries have a more fragile economic and social fabric than developed countries.
Cut out the noise. Now’s the time to add more to your equity SIPs
Investors who have SIPs should not panic and stop their investments.
India Ratings cuts economic growth forecast for India to 3.6 per cent
The agency said the initial and visible impact of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy has been the disruption in the production of select manufacturing sectors due to the breakdown of supply chain, near-collapse of the tourism, hospitality and aviation sectors and a rise in the work load of the healthcare sector.
Surveys show coronavirus pandemic savaging global economy
Some analysts say infinite monetary policy easing may not be enough and fiscal steps are crucial.
ITC, SBI trading at multi-year lows, accumulate with a long-term view: Nooresh Merani
Give market two to four weeks before taking a call, says Director of Technical Research, Asian Market Securities.
How will India lockdown play out for economy & markets: 4 scenarios
Morgan Stanley has cut India Inc’s earnings for a third time since the virus outbreak.
Investment downcycle coming, most EMs face a recession: Jim Walker
Investors must look at the Asian Crisis of 1997 for a roadmap, says chief economist, Aletheia Capital.
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