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BusinessToday.In
May 11, 2021
The union finance ministry also said last week that the ongoing second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic will have a muted economic impact in comparison to the first wave. Major brokerages have, however, downgraded the Indian GDP projections for the current financial year


Ashutosh Kumar
May 7, 2021
The Finance Ministry report said that the fiscal position of the government has witnessed improvement with revival in the economic activities during the second half of 2020-21


PTI
May 4, 2021
India's GDP growth had been on the decline even before the pandemic struck earlier last year


Joe C. Mathew & Ashutosh Kumar
New Delhi, April 29, 2021
With India firmly in the grip of the second Covid wave, the much-expected catapult from a buoyant Q1 is unlikely. How should the Centre steer a slowing economy?


PTI
April 6, 2021
UBS Securities India chief economist Tanvee Gupta-Jain on Tuesday retained the earlier house view of 11.5 per cent GDP growth this fiscal, saying the second wave has come as they were planning to upwardly revise growth forecast


BusinessToday.In
January 21, 2021
The slowdown in spending by Indian households through the lockdowns has resulted in $200 billion extra net savings in financial assets


PTI
January 20, 2021
The country has the lowest manufacturing costs among peers, even though China retains significant ecosystem advantages and despite that India and Vietnam appear most likely to benefit from a shift out of China


Prasanna Mohanty
October 20, 2020
A study by two multinational giants UBS and PwC says \"huge fiscal and quantitative easing packages\" given by governments around the world drove a V-shaped recovery of stock markets and billionaires' wealth surged to $10.2 trillion by the end of July 2020


BusinessToday.In
April 1, 2020
Sensex, Nifty Live News Today: In March month, Sensex and Nifty have declined by 25%. The coronavirus is guaranteed to throw the world into recession, and economists are becoming less convinced about the potential for a strong snapback in growth.


BusinessToday.In
March 25, 2020
Sensex, Nifty Live News Today: Indian indices were the top laggards amongst the key global indices, since the average peak achieved in February 2020. Since then, Brazil index has fallen 40%, followed by India, where the decline stands at 36%. Compared to this, other key indices average decline stands around 31-28% from peak.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 17, 2020
The spread of coronavirus is not just a medical challenge; it poses an equally serious economic threat


BusinessToday.In
March 16, 2020
Share Market Update: Sensex ended 2,713 points lower at 31,390 and Nifty closed 756 points lower at 9,199.


BusinessToday.In
February 19, 2020
India's gross savings fell to 30.1 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) in FY19 from 34.6 per cent of GDP in FY12. The last low was in financial year 2003-04, when gross savings were pegged at 29 per cent


Joe C Mathew
April 18, 2019
Another component of the report looked at the job losses and estimated that India might have lost 50 lakh jobs between 2016 and 2018


PTI
November 4, 2018
With global crude prices remaining elevated, the rupee is likely to be under pressure, and may touch the 76 levels against the US currency over the next three months.


Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, September 25, 2018
India has been struggling to convert its high rates of economic growth into good jobs.


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, August 6, 2018
India's macroeconomic parameters are sliding at a time when the world is staring at a full-blown trade and currency war.


BT Online
January 24, 2017
The world could see its first trillionaire in the next 25 years, and it is not difficult to guess that it could be Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.


PTI
November 6, 2015



BT Online
New Delhi, February 5, 2016
\"Impact of CPC on Central government's fiscal is likely 0.4 per cent of GDP, which many investors viewed as not a big deal. The impact is however much bigger on states (over 1.1 per cent of GDP),\" said UBS in a report.


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