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I expect GDP to rise from 5% to 10% in 2020: @N_Hiranandani, President @ASSOCHAM4India tells Heena Gambhir on Budget Roundtable 2020. | #BigBangBudget
Small and mid-caps outperformed despite the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) below 5 percent India GDP forecast for 2019-20 and subdued banking sector results which triggered profit-taking on D-Street and pushed benchmark indices lower.
In 2018 Inventory addition is down to 1.8 % of GDP. In 2018 Incremental Bank credit dropped to 0.86 times incremental GDP. Lower working capital financing resulted in lower inventory additions which resulted in lower production and lower GDP growth.
Inventory additions from 2006 to 2012 was between 4-5 % GDP. I.e GDP growth was higher as more goods were produced for Inventory additions. Most inventory is financed by Bank & NBFC credit. Incremental Bank credit in 2014 was 1.44 times incremental GDP.
IMF cuts India's GDP to 4.8%; Mumbai readies itself to open 24x7. That & more in #ThisWeekIn100Seconds
Survey reveals what Indians think about $5 trillion economy target. #inflation #indianeconomy #economy #economicslowdown #onionprice #WEF2020 #Davos2020 #moodofthenation #NSO #GDP Watch here:
This will be a record FDI year for India: @investindia CEO @DeepakBagla_ at @Davos. #WEF2020 #Davos2020 #WorldEconomicForum #economy #economyslowdown #indianeconomy #fdi #foreigndirectinvestment #GDP #india Watch here:
Natixis - OECD countries: The tension surrounding the increase in capital intensity: Capital intensity (the capital-to-GDP ratio or capital-to-employment ratio) has increased in OECD countries since the turn of the century. It is normal that an increase…
One of India's fastest growing cities, Hyderabad has risen as world's most dynamic city among 130 cities across the globe, scoring high on a range of economic indicators such as GDP growth, retail sales & airport passenger growth @TelanganaCMO @KTRTRS
If @VodaIdea_NEWS shuts,@narendramodi will get flak for 🔽investment climate;from 31.3% in FY14,investment-GDP is 28.8% now Banks lose Rs49,000cr,govt Rs220,000cr Since Voda/Idea can't recoup $51bn investment,best time to push Modi to scrap license fee etc
#JustIn | India can end up with five per cent real GDP growth this fiscal: PTI quotes Bibek Debroy, chairman of PM's Economic Advisory Council