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India's GDP growth: Economists cut their forecasts
Tue, Dec 05, 2017
Fitch alone is not disappointed by the country's current growth rate, CRISIL too has projected India's GDP at 6.8% with downside bias from previous 7% for FY18.
RBI may hold rates in December policy;citing inflation worries: Icra
Sun, Dec 03, 2017
Rating agency Icra said although the CPI inflation for October is lower than the range of 4.2-4.6% for the second half of FY18 that the MPC had forecast in its previous review, and the recent revision in GST rates would ease price pressures, certain inflation risks persist.
Will India's GDP reverse course in Q2FY18?
Wed, Nov 29, 2017
Niti Aayog's Vice-Chairman Rajiv Kumar earlier expressed his confidence stating that India's economic growth in Q2FY18 is expected to soar between 7% and 7.5%. Considering an economist's forecast, this number was a higher projection.
India's GVA growth can inch up to 6.3% in Q2FY18
Tue, Nov 21, 2017
"We expect GVA growth at basic prices to record a sequential recovery to 6.3% in the second quarter from 5.6% in the first quarter, led by a broad-based pick up in industrial growth, even as agriculture, forestry and fishing and services are likely to moderate," rating agency Icra said in a report today.
Rate Cut or No; RBI may lower India's growth forecast for FY18
Wed, Oct 04, 2017
RBI has kept forecast for GVA growth unchanged at 7.3% in August 2017 policy compared to June policy. Analysts expect the forecast for this indicator to be lowered for coming quarters of FY18.
RBI's task gets complicated as analysts lower India's GDP forecast
Mon, Sep 04, 2017
India's GDP growth came in at 5.7% above market expectation of 6.6% compared to 6.1% in Q4FY17 and 7.9% in Q1FY17.
Demonetisation, GST were not the only reasons for three-year low GDP in Q1FY18
Fri, Sep 01, 2017
India's GDP for first quarter of financial year 2017-18 (Q1FY18) came in at 5.7% below market expectation of 6.6%. This has resulted in Indian economy at three-year low.
Three charts that show what changed India's GDP in Q1 FY18
Thu, Aug 31, 2017
Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation on Thursday released the GDP data for Q1 FY18. The growth of the gross domestic product (GDP) slowed in the first quarter of the current financial year to 5.7%. India's GDP stood at 6.1% for January - March 201
Positive GDP number, new IIP series to put RBI under pressure, says SBI report
Mon, May 29, 2017
GDP numbers: Crisil blames divergent growth dataprints for WPI-CPI variance
Thu, Mar 16, 2017
According to a report formulated by Crisil chief economist Dharmadikari Joshi and his team, "The main reason for the faster growth in manufacturing GDP is that growth in the value of inputs used for production has been slower than the value of the final output."
Gap between India's GDP and GVA widens further
Thu, Mar 02, 2017
Teresa John of Nirmal Bang in a report said, “Our earlier estimates had assumed no significant difference between GVA and GDP as both had exhibited a converging trend in the earlier quarters. However, the CSO believes that higher indirect tax collection and lower subsidies have pushed up the indirect tax component of GDP, resulting in divergence between GVA and GDP. “
India's GDP growth is likely to be 5.8% in third quarter of FY17, says SBI
Wed, Feb 22, 2017
SBI's chief economic adviser Dr Soumya Kanti Ghosh in its Ecowrap report has said India's GDP will be at 5.8% in the third quarter (Q3) and will recover to 6.4% in the fourth quarter (Q4) of FY17.
Monetary Policy: Five reasons why RBI did not cut interest rates
Wed, Feb 08, 2017
In its sixth bi-monthly monetary policy the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) did not cut interest rates for the fifth month in a row on Wednesday. Here are a few reasons why RBI maintained status quo: 1. RBI expects inflation stickiness as broadly ‘discernible’
Limited room to reduce fiscal deficit to 3% in FY18: Moody's
Mon, Jan 16, 2017
The government is likely to achieve its fiscal deficit target of 3.5% of GDP in the current fiscal but higher infrastructure spending will limit the room to reduce it further to 3% in 2017-18, Moody's said on Monday.
7.1% GDP estimate erroneous, says Icra
Sat, Jan 07, 2017
"Given the impact of demonetisation on actual activity from mid-November 2016 onward, projecting GDP growth for the full year by extrapolating the trends up to October 2016 for several sectors, may introduce more errors than in earlier years. This would be particularly apt for cash intensive sectors such as construction," Icra said in a statement.