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India remains fastest growing G20 economy under PM Modi

India remains fastest growing G20 economy under PM Modi

Economic growth is projected to remain strong and India will remain the fastest growing G20 economy, according to the latest edition of the OECD`s economic outlook report on India."Growth remains strong. 

 

Manmohan Singh attacks Centre over ''GDP slump'', blames demonetisation

Manmohan Singh attacks Centre over ''GDP slump'', blames demonetisation

"The Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) has released the GDP GVA figures for 2016-17. Finally, the bluff of the Government is called. 

South Korea draws up $10 billion extra budget to create jobs

The stimulus package is subject to approval by parliament where the ruling party controls 120 out of 300 seats.

US praises PM Narendra Modi's call for freedom of navigation for peace

US praises PM Narendra Modi's call for freedom of navigation for peace

The US on Saturday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's emphasis on having freedom of navigation and adhering to the international norms for peace and economic growth, amidst China flexing its muscles in the disputed South China Sea.

Euro zone stability risk contained but rising - ECB

Financial stability risks in the euro zone are contained but remain significant and have even increased in some areas over the past six months, the European Central Bank said in a regular stability review on Wednesday.

Indian firms expect moderate economic expansion in 2017: Survey

Driven by positive economic sentiment, more than three-fourths (77 percent) of senior finance executives of Indian companies expect moderate to substantial economic expansion in 2017, a survey said here on Thursday.

Euro zone businesses started 2017 on a six-year high

Euro zone businesses started 2017 on a six-year high

The output price sub-index jumped to a near six-year high of 53.1 from 52.2.

Protectionist tendencies will shrink GDP, warns Arun Jaitley

Protectionist tendencies will shrink GDP, warns Arun Jaitley

With protectionist trend emerging in developed economies, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley tonight warned that economies will become more inefficient and GDP will shrink if such a move were to impact trade and movement of goods and people.

India will be world’s fastest growing economy in next 5 years: US think-tank

India will be world’s fastest growing economy in next 5 years: US think-tank

India will be the world’s fastest growing economy during the next five years, a top US intelligence think-tank has said while underlining that Pakistan, unable to match India’s economic prowess, will seek “other methods” to maintain even a semblance of balance.

Drugs, despair, decline fuel demand for change in Punjab

Drugs, despair, decline fuel demand for change in Punjab

The statistical reality is that Punjab, home of the green revolution, has failed to grow its economy or prepare its young for the future.

 

Economic Survey 2017: Low GDP growth to be 6.5% in FY17; call for tax cuts

With corporate profitability likely to remain subdued owing to note-ban and global developments, overseas investors are expected to pump in a moderate USD 15-20 billion, during the next fiscal, says a ICRA report.

India is fastest growing economy, to grow by 7.7% in FY 2017: UN report

India is fastest growing economy, to grow by 7.7% in FY 2017: UN report

This report of the UN comes a day after the IMF cut India's growth rate for the current fiscal year to 6.6 percent from its previous estimate of 7.6 percent due to the "temporary negative consumption shock" of demonetisation.

PM Narendra Modi at Niti Aayog meeting: Five takeaways

PM Narendra Modi at Niti Aayog meeting: Five takeaways

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday met government officials, experts and economists at Niti Aayog discussing various aspects to improve the economic condition of the country.

India's economic recovery still patchy, demand outlook subdued: Kotak

India's economic recovery still patchy, demand outlook subdued: Kotak

According to the report by Kotak Institutional Equities, the ongoing results season has not provided any signs of an incipient economic recovery, and management outlook on demand for the next 2-3 quarters is generally subdued.

Ministry of External Affairs also contributed to 53% FDI growth: Sushma Swaraj

Ministry of External Affairs also contributed to 53% FDI growth: Sushma Swaraj

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Sunday that the role of her ministry is undergoing transformation, as apart from diplomatic functions, now it is also acting as a catalyst to national development.

India and China only countries that can drive economic growth across globe: Sri Lankan PM

India and China only countries that can drive economic growth across globe: Sri Lankan PM

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe marked out India and China as the only countries that can drive economic growth across the globe and manufacturing companies have no other place to go.

Indian economy to grow at slower pace, 8% growth not before 2018-19: Fitch

Indian economy to grow at slower pace, 8% growth not before 2018-19: Fitch

Fitch also said that RBI, led by its new Governor Urjit Patel, is expected to cut its policy rate by 25 basis points to 6.25 percent before the end of 2016, followed by one more rate cut in 2017.

Oversupply in crude may lead to pressure on its price

Oversupply in crude may lead to pressure on its price. Watch this special segment and get to know more here.

State Bank of India mulls 0.25% interest rate cut

State Bank of India mulls 0.25% interest rate cut

State Bank of India (SBI) Chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya says a 25 basis points cut in interest rates was in the offing and that an improvement in the financial health of India`s banking sector was closely linked to the overall performance of the economy.

Slowdown in Islamic finance to run into 2017: S&P

The slowdown in Islamic finance growth is likely to continue through 2017 due to low oil prices and lack of regulation, Standard and Poor`s Global Ratings said Monday.