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Industrial production contracts for the 2nd month in a row, IIP in Sep shrinks by 4.3% with manufacturing, consumer durables, power generation & mining taking the worst hit. Govt sources say #GDP growth in Q2 could be below 5%. Details at 9 pm on India Biz Hour | @ShereenBhan
CEEMarketWatch - Budget deficit narrows 7% y/y to EGP 78bn in Jul-Aug: - Fiscal gap narrows to 1.3% of full-year GDP, as strong economic growth continues - Tax revenues drop y/y due to lower CBE receipts and stronger pound, finmin says - Debt service…
Almost certain Q2 GDP will be below 5%. Q2 GDP below 5% to impact annual GDP forecast further; expect improvement from Q3 onwards: Govt sources tell @Sapna_CNBC
Given the dismal IIP data building risk of sub 5% Q2/FY20 GDP growth, most stakeholders anticipate Repo rate trend down in LAF corridor deep below 5% & already in excess system liquidity! Don’t see this kind of dynamics elsewhere!
GDP (PPP) per capita growth since 1998. Russia: 216% Poland: 203% Ireland: 201% Turkey: 173% Hungary: 141% Sweden: 104% Finland: 90% Germany: 90% Netherlands: 88% Spain: 87% UK: 87% Belgium: 80% Switzerland: 74% France: 74% Portugal: 70% Norway: 67% Greece: 58% Italy: 49%
Heteronomics - UK: GDP slowdown exaggerated by BoE: - UK GDP growth rebounded by 0.3% q-o-q in 3Q19. That was slightly softer than expected, mainly owing to a revision and unfavourable rounding. Services output remains much healthier than the…
Q2 GDP Growth Rate will not even 5% #NirmalaSitharaman
DnB Markets - Weekly FX: Norwegain GDP, Swedish CPI and risk sentiment key for NOK this week: Weekly FX: Norwegain GDP, Swedish CPI and risk sentiment key for NOK this week (2 pages)
Sberbank - Commodities Daily - November 11, 2019: > Oil still being driven by US-China trade deal developments and OPEC market view. Today's calendar is almost empty apart from a heavy day for UK macro data that includes GDP, industrial production and…
It's U.K. GDP day – here's what to
#OnCNBCTV18 | Sonal Varma, MD & Chief India Economist, @Nomura says #FY20 #GDP #growth target has been revised to 4.9% vs 6% earler. Also tells @latha_venkatesh & @_soniashenoy that there has been a big pick up in government spending in September quarter
Many are now predicting GDP growth of below 5% for Q2 and no one is talking of 8-10% growth over the long run that is needed to get to $5T economy by 2024!!
We can expect the GDP number to reach 6% by year-end, says Mark Matthews, Head of Investment Research, @juliusbaer. Tune in for his views on the market rally, divestment, privatisation and more!
India’s GDP growth rate at 6.1% in 2019 and rising to 7% in 2020. "As India's potential growth rate remains unchanged, assessment by IMF and other multilateral organisations continue to underline a positive outlook on India," it said. #MOMarketUpdates