Current Account Deficit (cad)

Feb 05, 2016 at 20:22 | Source: PTI
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Jan 26, 2016 at 11:52 | Source: PTI
The US-based rating agency expects the current account deficit (CAD), which is the difference between inflow and outflow of foreign exchange, to remain at a modest level of 1.4 per cent at the end of current fiscal and would continue at similar level till 2018.
Jan 24, 2016 at 14:21 | Source: PTI
Exports of half of the sectors out of the 30 closely monitored by the Commerce Ministry were in the negative zone in December due to a fall in global prices and demand.
Jan 20, 2016 at 18:59 | Source: PTI
India's current account deficit may narrow to 0.5 percent of GDP in 2016 from 0.7 percent in 2015 owing to lower commodity prices, particularly oil, says a report.
Jan 18, 2016 at 15:11 | Source: PTI
In December 2014, gold imports stood at USD 1.36 billion, according to Commerce Ministry data. The figure for December 2015 is the highest in the last three months.
Jan 15, 2016 at 15:26 | Source: PTI
The government, Economic Affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das said, will stick to the fiscal deficit roadmap for this year as well as the next. "Finance Ministry and RBI keeping close watch on currency movements. Current Account Deficit expected to be in the range of 1-1.3 percent in current year. Well under control," Das tweeted.
Dec 26, 2015 at 15:57 | Source: CNBC-TV18
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Dec 22, 2015 at 17:25 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
The country's current account deficit (CAD), or the difference in the value of goods and services exported and imported, widened from USD 6.2 billion in the first quarter (1.2 percent of gross domestic product) of the fiscal year to USD 8.2 billion (1.6 percent of GDP) in the second.
Nov 26, 2015 at 13:26 | Source: CNBC-TV18
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Nov 26, 2015 at 09:52 | Source: PTI
Gold imports more than doubled to USD 4.95 billion in August. But it started declining in September and October. Higher import of the yellow metal has adverse bearing on India's current account deficit (CAD).
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-FRIENDLINESS GOOD GOVERNANCE  One could expect the same traits in Modi‟s plan for India India‟s Trade Deficit For May Came At $11.23bn; Exports Up 12.4% To $28 Bn India‟s Current Account Deficit (CAD) Narrowed Sharply To US$ 1.2bn (0.2% Of GDP) As On May 30, 2014 India had $312.38 Bn Of Forex Reserves INR Has

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-FRIENDLINESS GOOD GOVERNANCE  One could expect the same traits in Modi‟s plan for India India‟s Trade Deficit For May Came At $11.23bn; Exports Up 12.4% To $28 Bn India‟s Current Account Deficit (CAD) Narrowed Sharply To US$ 1.2bn (0.2% Of GDP) As On May 30, 2014 India had $312.38 Bn Of Forex Reserves INR Has

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-FRIENDLINESS GOOD GOVERNANCE  One could expect the same traits in Modi‟s plan for India India‟s Trade Deficit For May Came At $11.23bn; Exports Up 12.4% To $28 Bn India‟s Current Account Deficit (CAD) Narrowed Sharply To US$ 1.2bn (0.2% Of GDP) As On May 30, 2014 India had $312.38 Bn Of Forex Reserves INR Has

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-FRIENDLINESS GOOD GOVERNANCE  One could expect the same traits in Modi‟s plan for India India‟s Trade Deficit For May Came At $11.23bn; Exports Up 12.4% To $28 Bn India‟s Current Account Deficit (CAD) Narrowed Sharply To US$ 1.2bn (0.2% Of GDP) As On May 30, 2014 India had $312.38 Bn Of Forex Reserves INR Has

10.57 AM Jun 19th 2014

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due to rupee gains, but he believes, and as pointed by economists, that hardening of the “currency will not take place because the current account deficit (CAD) is bound to increase with greater investment going in”. In the long-term he doesn’t see rupee hardening beyond a point. “You may at best see

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, is this industry finding bigger market and whether the hardening of rupee is a blip or a secular trend? I do believe that most economists feel that hardening of the currency will not take place because the current account deficit (CAD) is bound to increase with greater investment going in. Yes, it will be offset

10.59 AM Jun 4th 2014

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, the value falls. This is why external factors matter. They cause traders and investors to buy or sell a currency. Here are three factors that may help the rupee remain stable: • Current account deficit: CAD was the key reason why the rupee fell to 69-to-a-dollar levels. A current account deficit is when

10.41 AM May 31st 2014

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Source:Economic Times - C Rangarajan India`s balance of payments (BoP) has shown several twists and turns in the last few years. The good news is that after a sharp increase to 4.8% of GDP in 2012-13 from 2.8% in 2009-10, the current account deficit (CAD) is estimated to decline dramatically to 2

11.52 AM Apr 1st 2014

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global crisis erupts. This is despite the cloud enveloping small silver linings here and there. Some good news is certainly at hand. The current account deficit (CAD) came in at a four-year low of 0.9 percent in the October-December 2013 quarter. But it’s not so good news, as we shall see later. Headline

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account deficit (CAD) makes India look safer to FIIs than before – and the rupee could well see some strengthening with the return of economic optimism after the elections. It would take an economic and political catastrophe to keep stocks down this year and the next. Barring funds that need safety (for

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