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Niti Kiran
January 13, 2021
The funding of the deficit is primarily going to be via market borrowing, National Small Savings Funds (NSSF), short term borrowings and drawdown of cash balances


PTI
January 13, 2021
The amount under litigation includes Rs 4.05 lakh crore in corporation tax, Rs 3.97 lakh crore stuck in income tax cases and another Rs 1.54 lakh crore on account of commodities and services tax, the note said


BusinessToday.In
January 7, 2021
Experts expect that further rally in the market may need the economy to regain its mojo for which the Union Budget will prove to be a ideal platform


Team BT
New Delhi, January 6, 2021
How the FM can make it a 'never before' Budget. Top experts weigh in


PTI
January 4, 2021
The share of indirect taxes, which mainly comprise of levy on goods and services as well as import duty, has risen while that of direct taxes - made up of corporate and personal income tax - has gone down in 2020


Dipak Mondal
December 31, 2020
Even if the government manages to collect the same tax amount in the last four months of FY21 as it did last fiscal, the total tax collection would be around Rs 18.6 lakh crore, almost 6 lakh crore lower than the budgeted estimate


Prasanna Mohanty
December 23, 2020
Several studies throw up structural, logistical and financial challenges to the growth of crop insurance in India, jeopardised by apparent profiteering by insurance companies


BusinessToday.In
December 17, 2020
Subbarao mentioned that previously, finance ministers were advised to cut spending. However, in Sitharaman's case, the advice has always been to \"spend more\", still leading to an ironic result of a slumped economy


BusinessToday.In
December 17, 2020
Subbarao mentioned that previously, finance ministers were advised to cut spending. However, in Sitharaman's case, the advice has always been to \"spend more\", still leading to an ironic result of a slumped economy


BusinessToday.In
December 4, 2020
RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das says MPC voted unanimously to keep policy repo rate unchanged at 4 per cent; changes its FY21 real GDP target to 7.5 per cent as compared to 9.5% contraction projected earlier


BusinessToday.In
December 2, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: HDFC twins, Reliance Industries were among the top losers and Tata Steel, Titan and Asian Paints were among the top gainers


Dipak Mondal
November 30, 2020
A sharp increase in government expenditure in proportion to revenue collection, though, is not because govt has increased spending but because of poor revenue and disinvestment collections


BusinessToday.In
November 27, 2020
Traders said market participants awaited Q2 GDP data to be released later in the day


BusinessToday.In
November 27, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: ICICI Bank, Airtel, Infosys, M&M were among the top losers today. On the other hand, Kotak Bank, NTPC, Maruti were among the top gainers


Prasanna Mohanty
November 19, 2020
While India is firmly focused on AatmaNirbhar Bharat for a V-shaped recovery, its key fiscal numbers show the economy is slipping with falling capital expenditure, muted consumption and higher precautionary savings


BusinessToday.In
November 17, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: Global equities were buoyed today as positive macroeconomic data flow and hopes of a COVID-19 vaccine boosted investor sentiment


Prasanna Mohanty
November 17, 2020
As India marches from one economic disaster to another, policy and planning appear to be victims of whims and fancies as and when they strike


Prasanna Mohanty
November 14, 2020
This is a nebulous idea designed to mean anything and everything under the sun without the burden of economic logic, facts and evidence


BusinessToday.In
November 12, 2020
India Stock Market News Updates Today: SBI, IndusInd Bank and Kotak Bank were among the top Sensex losers today. On the other hand, HUL, ITC and L&T shares ended in green


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, November 10, 2020
The Modern Monetary Theory Or MMT is the most talked about prescription for saving the world economy in a post pandemic world. The proponents of MMT theory suggest that the government should resort to printing more money to create full employment and not worry about fiscal deficit and higher debt levels. India's economic conditions or fiscal parameters, with fiscal deficit, trade deficit and current account deficit, are just not right to venture into something like MMT, to create full employment or  support growth. The higher debt under MMT will come back to haunt everyone in the form of higher inflation or taxes. Watch as Anand Adhikari, Executive Editor, Business Today, explains. Watch: Guarding against persistently low interest ratesWatch More: Time to regulate new -age NBFCs like Fintech and P2P players


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