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Centre to embark on new fiscal consolidation roadmap 

Dec 05, 2014 at 18:46 | Source:CNBC-TV18

In the FY16 Budget, plan expenditures would be more realistic and not as ambitious as the previous Budgets. The government aims to keep its fiscal deficit target at 3.6 percent for FY16.

15% budget cut suggested for some ministries 

Nov 27, 2014 at 20:24 | Source:PTI

The move is aimed at cutting the fiscal deficit, which the government wants to contain at 4.1 per cent of GDP, according to government sources.

India Ratings lowers growth forecast to 5.6% 

Nov 07, 2014 at 18:12 | Source:PTI

The agency pegged the final fiscal deficit print at 4.2 percent, against the budget promise of 4.1 percent, despite the 10 percent spending cut announced last week

Ratings upgrade some time away; to watch deficit: Moody's 

Nov 05, 2014 at 09:10 | Source:CNBC-TV18

Moody's will be watching out for the measures that can help reduce general deficit to around 4-5% level from current 7%. Atsi Sheth says other Baa3 rated nations have a general deficit closer to the 3 percent mark.

Higher tax refunds putting pressure on fiscal deficit: FM 

Oct 31, 2014 at 19:00 | Source:PTI

As per the official data, fiscal deficit has touched 82.6 percent of budget estimates for 2014-15 to cross Rs 4.38 lakh crore at the end of September.

Malaysia Budget Day: What to expect 

Oct 07, 2014 at 16:27 | Source:CNBC

Subsidy reforms and the implementation of a 6 percent goods and service tax (GST) are among the highlights, deemed necessary for the country`s fiscal consolidation efforts. But analysts and citizens alike are worried about a resulting spike in inflation.

Rupee range 60-62/$; 4.1% fiscal deficit doable: Federal Bk 

Oct 07, 2014 at 11:52 | Source:CNBC-TV18

Bond traders are taking fresh positions after a fall in crude prices globally with Nymex at a 17-month low and Brent at over 2-year lows. "The bond market is reacting to savings due to fall in crude prices," says Ashutosh Khajuria.

Centre maintains H2FY15 borrowing target of Rs 2.4 lakh cr 

Sep 26, 2014 at 19:00 | Source:CNBC-TV18

There will be a marginal cut in borrowing to meet the fiscal deficit target of 4.1 percent of GDP

Will meet FY15 fiscal deficit target: Finmin to Moody's 

Sep 08, 2014 at 13:23 | Source:CNBC-TV18

Finance secretary Arvind Mayaram said Moody's has noted the uptick in growth. There is an expectation that FY15 growth could be 5.7-5.9%. Due to which, post October, revenue buoyancy is expected to kick in.

FinMin echos StanC's 6% GDP, overall macro cheer sentiment 

Aug 12, 2014 at 19:00 | Source:CNBC-TV18

Clearly like every rating agency, the concerns raised by Standard & Poors in terms of the India Budget numbers are primarily on two fronts; the economic growth rate expected for current financial and how achievable is the fiscal deficit target.

Govt will meet fiscal deficit target of 4.1%: Mayaram 

Aug 04, 2014 at 14:59 | Source:PTI

The Finance Secretary said though it's a tough task, the government will be able to meet the target as there are "clear signs" of economy picking up, leading to buoyancy in revenue realisation.

Govt may achieve Fiscal Deficit of 4.1% in FY15: GEPL Cap 

Jul 15, 2014 at 12:59 |

According to GEPL Capital, the budget was positive & showed the Governments intent to achieve the Fiscal Deficit target of 4.1% in FY15 & control expenditures. Fiscal Deficit prediction is 3.6% for FY16 & 3% for FY17, says the report.

Budget introduces fiscal prudence, growth trigger: Eon Elec 

Jul 14, 2014 at 16:22 |

Reducing fiscal deficit and controlling inflation were two measures which called for immediate attention. This is exactly what the government has attempted to do in this Budget

Budget 2014 'addressed almost all concerns': Finance Secy 

Jul 12, 2014 at 17:05 | Source:CNBC-TV18

The Union Budget of 2014-15 that was presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was growth-oriented and addressed almost every concerns, Finance Secretary Arvind Mayaram said.

Govt presented realistic Budget with a set of new ideas 

Jul 11, 2014 at 21:41 |

However, the fiscal deficit target for FY15 seems difficult and the path set for fiscal consolidation for the next few years needs to be carefully looked at.

Nifty marks biggest weekly loss in 15 months; Q1 nos eyed 

Jul 11, 2014 at 19:23 |

The sharp fall was attributed to absence of subsidy rationalisation, unrealistic fiscal deficit target of 4.1 percent for FY15 set by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in his maiden Budget, not so reformist Railway Budget, fiscal crisis in Europe, issue of GAAR and unwinding of long positions, say experts.

Budget 2014: Balancing act foregoes the bitter pill, says Emkay 

Jul 11, 2014 at 19:04 |

Emkay Global Financial Services has come out with its review on budget 2014-15. The budget talks about containing fiscal deficit, it has tried to safeguard the pro-poor slant. Fiscal deficit target of 4.1% for FY15 retained, aim to bring it down to 3% by FY17, says the report.

NDA presented excellent, pragmatic Budget: Angel Broking 

Jul 11, 2014 at 17:22 |

Accepting a task of reducing fiscal deficit target to 4.1% of the GDP in the current year followed by 3.6% for 2015-16 and 3% for 2016-17 indicates fiscal prudence and consolidation through various policy measures.

Govt to reduce fiscal deficit to 4.1% for FY15: Way2Wealth 

Jul 11, 2014 at 16:20 |

Way2Wealth has come out with its review on budget 2014-15. According to the research firm, the Government has targeted to reduce fiscal deficit to 4.1% for FY14-15.

Budget 2014: Aim to achieve 7-8% economic growth rate in next 3-4 years 

Jul 11, 2014 at 15:33 |

Religare Retail Research has come out with its highlights on Union Budget 2014-15. According to the research firm, the govt. Aim to achieve 7-8% economic growth rate in next 3-4 years. However, Aiming Fiscal Deficit of 3% in FY16-17.

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