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BusinessToday.In
February 1, 2021
Uday Kotak, the Executive Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Kotak Mahindra Bank, hailed the focus on healthcare, infrastructure and financial sectors


BusinessToday.In
February 1, 2021
The Budget ticked all the right boxes which would strengthen the path of recovery of the economy. This is a budget catering to all aspects of lives, livelihoods and growth, said Kotak


Anand Adhikari
February 1, 2021
Budget 2021: The fiscal deficit of 9.5 per cent in 2020-21 and 6.8 per cent of GDP in 2021-22 crosses the level of global financial crisis. In fact, the numbers are much above the market expectations


BusinessToday.In
February 1, 2021
Sensex, Nifty Highlights on Budget day, February 1: Almost all the sectors closed in green territory today, rising in the range of 3-6%, except for pharma index


Aprajita Sharma
January 29, 2021
The Economic Survey estimated real GDP growth for FY22 at 11 per cent and nominal GDP (which accounts for inflation) at 15.4 per cent. This would mark the highest GDP growth since independence


BusinessToday.In
January 15, 2021
Raghuram Rajan said prioritising spending is important as it would help the government focus on what is essential, such as relief to poor households and small businesses


Prasanna Mohanty
September 14, 2020
Not only India's relief packages are grossly inadequate it is not even spending enough to revive demand in the crisis-hit economy; what is needed is clear: more fiscal spending, not \"keeping the power dry\" for future stimulus or unrealistic claim of a V-shaped recovery


BusinessToday.In
February 1, 2020
Budget 2020: In today's speech, the FM broke her own record and delivered the longest Union Budget speech, which was 159 minutes long


BusinessToday.In
July 5, 2019
Sensex Live Today: Sensex and Nifty closed on a negative note, as market participants turned cautious post the outcome of Union Budget 2019 amid globally weakened markets.


Reuters
New Delhi, January 18, 2019
Much of the cost of the extra spending or revenue losses would have to be borne by the government that will take charge after the election due by May.


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