Fiscal Deficit Budget 2010

Union Budget Series: Bridging the deficit 

Mar 03, 2017 at 14:11 |

The fiscal deficit is a measure of the governments annual borrowing. The government borrows because its expenses, like those of a household, often exceed income. It raises loans from the market; issues treasury bills and borrows from small savers.

Union Budget Series: Finance ministers and their Budget speeches 

Mar 03, 2017 at 14:11 |

Finance in their Budget speeches have often quoted poets, saints, economists and litterateurs to buttress a given political social and economic context.

Union Budget Series: Key takeaway from economic survey 

Mar 03, 2017 at 14:11 |

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presented the economic survey, authored by the chief economic adviser, on Tuesday January 31, 2017. It is an official report on the economy and sets the tone for the Union Budget.

Union Budget Series: Key terms in the Budget 

Mar 03, 2017 at 14:11 |

Financial year and assessment year. Financial year (FY) runs from April 1 to March 31 of the next year; assessment year (AY) is the year following the FY. Tax on income earned in an FY is paid during the AY.

Union Budget Series: Parliamentary process 

Mar 03, 2017 at 14:11 |

It all begins with the finance ministers speech in the Lok Sabha. The Budget is then tabled in parliament. Discussions on the economy and broad Budget measures take place without voting. The parliament then breaks for a three-week recess. Parliamentary Standing Committees give reports on ministries estimates or demands for grants.

Union Budget Series: Making of Budget 

Mar 03, 2017 at 14:11 |

The exercise to make the Budget is a long-drawn one. It juggles political pressures, economys priorities and utmost secrecy. Budget work begins in August with a circular to ministries and departments. They reply with details of funds they need.

Fiscal Deficit: April-Jan deficit at 105% of FY17 estimate, at Rs 5.64 lakh cr 

Feb 28, 2017 at 17:12 |

The fiscal deficit for April top January period came at 5.64 lakh crore as against Rs 5.32 lakh crore year-on-year (YoY). The fiscal deficit for the period is 105.7 percent of the FY17 Budget estimate.

Negative impact of note ban on economy reversing: S&P 

Feb 23, 2017 at 09:14 | Source:PTI

In its APAC Economic Snapshots, S&P also said that fiscal deficit target of 3.2 percent for the next financial year announced in Budget is "reasonably ambitious".

3.2% fiscal deficit target realistic; revenues to improve: Das 

Feb 08, 2017 at 15:00 | Source:PTI

"Revenue if at all can exceed because people are pointing out that you have not taken into account windfall you will get from RBI because of demonetisation," he told PTI in an interview.

This is how Tally CFO decodes Budget 2017 

Feb 07, 2017 at 21:48 |

The best thing Mr. Jaitley has done is he has not tinkered too much, especially with indirect taxes and has gone with the flow which have made the markets buoyant. Overall, the economy is going in the right direction with a fiscal deficit of 3.2%.

Arun Jaitley to address RBI, Sebi boards on February 11 

Feb 07, 2017 at 15:12 | Source:PTI

The customary post-Budget address of the Finance Minister before the boards of the two regulators comes against the backdrop of the government pegging fiscal deficit at 3.2 percent of GDP for the financial year ending March 2018.

Union Budget 2017-2018 Review: Yes Securities 

Feb 03, 2017 at 12:22 |

Government projects fiscal deficit target of 3.2%, in line with market consensus. FY18 Revenue deficit pegged at 1.9%, below FRBM mandated level of 2.0%. Focus of the Budget on Investment and Consumption revival

Union Budget 2017-2018 Review: Maximus Securities 

Feb 03, 2017 at 12:22 |

GDP for Budget Estimate (BE) 2017-2018 has been projected at Rs 1,68,47,455 cr assuming 11.75% growth over the Revised Estimates (RE) of 2016-2017 (Rs 1,50,75,429 crore). Fiscal deficit for 2017-18 is targeted at 3.2% of GDP and the government remains committed to achieve 3% in the following year

Union Budget 2017-2018 Review: ICRA 

Feb 03, 2017 at 12:22 |

In its BE for FY2017, the GoI had pegged its fiscal deficit at Rs. 5.3 lakh crore (3.5% of GDP; based on the assumption that nominal GDP for FY2017 would be Rs. 150.7 lakh crore).

Union Budget 2017-18: 'Affordable housing positive for developers & banks' 

Feb 03, 2017 at 08:22 |

Affordable housing being given Infrastructure status is a welcome move and will help in the Housing to all by 2022 mission it is a big and positive move for developers, banks and housing finance companies.

Budget 2017 to boost consumer demand in B2B & B2C market 

Feb 02, 2017 at 15:48 |

The Budget has a positive tone and is in the right direction. The focus on the infrastructure and manufacturing sector will benefit lubricant manufacturers, since we expect this to boost consumer demand in the B2B and B2C market segments.

Budget 2017 may encourage fresh inflows in debt: Avnish Jain 

Feb 02, 2017 at 15:16 |

The Union Budget has undertaken a fine balance between fiscal prudence and spending by slightly increasing the fiscal deficit target to 3.2 percent of GDP for FY18.

Budget sent positive signals to investors: Experts 

Feb 02, 2017 at 15:16 | Source:PTI

Along with experts interpreting the budget, Girija Pande, chairman of the Singapore-based Apex Avalon Consulting Pte Ltd, also applauded the decision to abolish Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB), saying it had "long outlived its utility and was a hurdle to large foreign investments into India".

Budget 2017 is optimistic and realistic: Raghupati Singhania 

Feb 02, 2017 at 15:14 |

From a macro point of view, the Budget presented by the Finance Minister is a growth-oriented one with special focus on rural, agriculture and infra sectors.

Union Budget 2017-18: Revival of real estate needs continued support, says Emaar India 

Feb 02, 2017 at 15:01 |

The Budget presented today focusses on ramping up spending on infrastructure, provides the necessary impetus to Housing for All program and continues the structural reforms initiated couple of years ago.

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